fatinely-yours asked: I asked you abt the human dimension collage because in first year, I was asked to take dimensions of my body in those same dimensions, it was the first project ever. It was in relation with the Modulor of Le Corbusier. Is it the same for you?
Turner Duckworth: Diet Coke Fall 2011 →
Diet Coke has revealed its new fall aluminum cans designed by Turner Duckworth, which will be in US stores for only the next two months. Is this design turning anyone else on? So sexy!
Finally, studio has begun! It feels so good to be back. I have sweet locker, desk setup.
Paris In Fall by LaPointe Productions
MEETING BOWLS IN TIMES SQUARE →
The Times Square Alliance has partnered with Spanish collaborative mmmm… as part of an experiment in urban furniture design. The result, Meeting Bowls, is a series of three over-sized semi-spherical capsules that provide seating for up to eight people. Over the course of the next month, these exaggerated forms will invite engaging social interactions along Broadway Boulevard in Times Square....
ARCHITECTURE IN THE STREETS →
It’s time to get to work transforming our cities’ public spaces.
Three seasons of Dr. Who in three days. Fuck, that...
In addressing a task, one almost always has several possible options, sometimes...– Arne Jacobsen
THE EAST RIVER WATERFRONT ESPLANADE →
With all eyes fixed on everything coming up roses on the West Side’s High Line, City Planning has been concentrating on the East. The long-term goal of connecting the lushly-landscaped promenades and bike paths of the West Side to the heavily trafficked spaghetti of the East Side moved a step closer with the opening on July 14 of the section from Pier 11 at Wall Street to Pier 15 at South Street...
Smart’s Miniature Billboards →
The Smart miniature billboard campaign not only shows off Smart’s trademark (tiny cars), but also uses the same mentality for advertising. At a fraction of the costs of a normal billboard campaign, Smart has gained itself massive exposure, both offline and online.
Yoshiaki Oyabu Architects: Urban Woods →
Japanese practice Yoshiaki Oyabu Architects has shared with us images of ‘Urban Woods’, a parasitic installation ad renovation project in Osaka, Japan. Situated adjacent to an exceptionally wide and busy road in the city, the design seeks to reintroduce the concept of nature into the urban fabric while raising commercial appeal to the tenant building.
Profile on Danish architect Bjarke Ingels as part of series #2 of DESIGNER PEOPLE
MOMENTS WITH ALOE BLACC, MIKI AND JAYBO: “I NEED A DOLLAR”
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.– Leonardo da Vinci
Hourai 1111 by Touhoku University of Arts and... →
Undulating timber panels line the walls and ceiling of a Japanese hotel room renovated by Touhoku University students.