The City of London planned to welcome a new bridge which will be located close to Battersea Power Station to liaise between Nine Elms and Pimlico neighborhoods. A competition which involved 74 architectural firms has been launched. Here is a selection of the best proposals.
Here is Xcube a speaker conceived by designer Michael Samoriz. His cubist geometry allows to provide a 360-degree listening pleasure. Its simple but unique shape offers multi surround sound that can be refined by repositioning the sculptural unit up to any desired angle. The unit is also equipped with Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone.
Conceived in collaboration with Danish designer Cecilie Manz, B&O PLAY from Bang & Olufsen unveils an ultra flexible portable speaker. Entitled Beolit 15, the product is the logical continuation of the Beolit 12. “Less is more” are the keywords of this minimalist product featuring high performance.
Here is the Kids Museum of Glass, a museum for children created by COORDINATION ASIA and its founder Tilman Thurmer. Housed in a former workshop of 2,000 square meters, this place is a very creative and interactive environment where children can learn about all aspects of glass through countless channels such as art, design, performance, movies and games.
These plastic 3D-printed business cards recreate the graphic map of the city where the company is located. Here discover business cards of Zoom BCN, a blog giving a contemporary view of architecture, art and design in Barcelona. A project by digital production studio Studio Clam also located in Barcelona.
It’s at the top floor of a caviar warehouse from 1884 located in Manhattan that you can find this well-decorated loft. Based in New York city, architecte Andrew Franz has designed this amazing apartment featuring a terrace and garden with an unobstructed view over city. Find out more in the gallery.