Los Angeles-based Oyler Wu Collaborative conceived ‘The Cube’, a large-scale installation designed for the 2013 Beijing Biennale.
Artists Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley presented ‘In Orbit’, a 25-foot wheel installation where the duo are currently living and working for 10 days until March 9 at the Boiler in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Japanese studio Nendo has designed a new furniture collection for Glasitalia that will be presented during Milan Design Week 2014.
At Milan Design Week 2014, Tom Dixon will present a personal interpretation of the conventional gentleman’s club with his latest collection of furniture, lighting and accessories.
Japanese studio Nendo designed a table collection for Walt Disney Japan, based on the childhood cartoons ‘Winnie the Pooh and his friends’.
Swell is a minimalistic sofa with a playful, light-hearted feel designed by Swedish designer Jonas Wagell for Normann Copenhagen.
Product designer Hans Fex introduces via Kickstarter a project called the Mini Museum. The Mini Museum is a portable collection of curiosities that includes fossil of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of martian rock leftover from a meteor strike, coal from the Titanic, dinosaur bones, and even a piece of the Apollo 11 command module.
In the heart of Milan – a few steps from the Duomo – a new Cordusio subway station made of 190.000 Lego bricks popped up in the middle of the night.
Amsterdam-based architect Jos Blom introduces the Henk table lamp. The body of Henk consists of two birch ply parts that slide together to form a tripod. A rounded colored elastic cord connects the two white shells to this tripod. Through these white shells Henk gives a soft and comfortable light.
Prague-based firm studio deFORM designed the transmission collection, a series of glass objects realized for Czech company Kavalier.