Barge or a house? Both. PORT X is a bold challenge to conventional homes and houseboats. Its graceful curves are the work of designer Jerry Koza and Adam Jirkal the SAD Workshop. They are clean and functional, timeless design, and are an example of a rare harmony of natural and high-tech modern materials.
Edit Architects have imagined in a building in Prague’s Karlin neighborhood an impressive staircase structure with geometric shapes. A rendering of a high quality and very modern playing with talent and contrast between the wood floors and the pure white of the stairs.
The designer David Raffouli designed for Fabrica this beautiful “Kangaroo Clock”, which takes its name from the small “pocket” dug to place an object such as a brush or any other accessory. A nice idea made with elegance to be discovered in the article.
The French designer Leslie David imagined for TH Manufacture a collection of plates of the most beautiful effect. Called Mix and Match, this collection offers games crossed with golden and blue lines very fresh to discover in the article.
After his series of plates inspired by the graphics Adobe Photoshop, Creative Todd Borka is back with a homemade wooden game for children and adults. It consists of three wooden heads cut into several parts, made with three different wood species. The number of combinations is infinite !
Designers from Deutsche & Japaner have developed Speicher7. Harbor Hotel & Bar’s identity, located in the port of Mannheim. From the menu to the pencils, through logotype, soaps, posters and website, everything has been imagined by these very talented designers for a singular and classy hotel.
For the second best ofof the month of July, we have selected the most beautiful minimalist homes created by architects worldwide. Impressive, creative and complex architectures are created in places breathtaking.
“Frost” is a series of events taking place in Copenhagen during the month of February. The final concept for 2013 was built on the idea of the experience itself in a confined space. The experiment is performed using red and blue colored liquids, placed together or separately, each experiment provides a different result.
Dolphins agency recently completed the packaging of those pretty bottles for drinks brand well known in Greece called Ouzo. With pretty black illustrations and colorful funds, the brand managed to break away from the competition while pointing out its history with Hellas.
Marjan Van Aubel imagined “The Current Table”, a piece of furniture with simple and successful design but can also be a source of energy. Indeed, the table contains a light-sensitive panel and can subsequently reload an electronic object via a USB port. A project that combines pleasure & smart use to discover in the article.
Margaux Keller and her design studio imagined this salon for hairdresser Pascal Lancian, located in the new shopping center in Marseille called Les Terrasses du Port. Decoration perfectly thought with choices of colors and materials offering a great freshness.
Ben Butler offers stunning sculptures made from hundreds of pieces of wood arranged to compose strange and abstract shapes of most beautiful effect. A work of great detail and great beauty to discover in a selection of images in the article.
Sasha Vinogradova, based in Los Angeles, recently completed for the FYI Network a series of variations of its logo, offering 3D models look great, and sticking with the image of the chain wanting to be imaginative vector, innovation & inspiration.
The artist Crystal Morey imagines ceramic sculptures strange and fascinating. Based on different representations of human with elements from the animal world, these creations resembling totems plunge us into a world apart. More after the jump.
RM Auctions recently put up for sale a original model of the 1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series, a model that has dream all lovers of beautiful cars since its release. Limited at 50 cars for this collection, this one traveled only 537 miles and is shown in a beautiful series of images.