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New York designer Marc Thorpe is behind the interiors of a clubhouse for classic car enthusiasts at Manhattan's Pier 76, where members can show off their vehicles and drink at an industrial-looking bar. Read more
pointy-eared, wide-eyed, and bearing a baby-carrying pouch. but why? The post anatomist designs the ‘perfect’ human body without evolutionary flaws appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dutch firm UNStudio has revealed designs for a 1,500 metre-long cable car across the across the river IJ in Amsterdam. Read more
Belarusian designer Andrey Avgust has turned American banknotes 90 degrees and created graphics for the new format, in this conceptual take on the country's currency. Read more
the volume in contact with the ground is designed as an open concept floor promoting flexibility of use of space,  generating infinite solutions and responding to the house social uses. The post mano de santo designs flexible concrete house in valencia with unique vista to the sea appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Björk looked to classic Icelandic paintings and summer nights when designing the sets and costumes for her Utopia world tour, she explains in an exclusive interview with Dezeen.  Read more
New York design studio Jumbo has created a dark purple chair and three matching lamps, all from curved tubes of steel. Read more
lighting is mostly dimmed to accentuate the stage and performers with accents of blue as part of the jazz club branding. The post chiasmus designs spacious blue note jazz club in beijing inspired by chinese hutongs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the show was held at the historically conserved bunsho-kan of dazaifu-tenmangu, japan, a large tatami room open to the garden in front of its wooden structure. The post CASE-REAL designs a photo exhibition space in historical tatami room in fukuoka appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
when users deposited a plastic plate into the recycling station, they were rewarded with light pulses through sixteen large beacons, spanning the entire 160 meters of the festival grounds. The post kollision designs an interactive lighting installation for danish northside festival appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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