An impressive building for the new headquarters of the savings bank Caja Vital Kutxa in Madrid, Spain. The exterior steel structure allows for large interior spans. By spanish architects Mozas Aguirre Arquitectos.
For the first time in wall-mounted form, comes this handy 18" x 24" chart tracking the hierarchy of the many types of beard that currently adorn the face of Man. From the Wondermark collection Beards of our Forefathers, just $12.
ORDOS 100 #1: ArchDaily is featuring the villas for this development in Inner Mongolia, curated by Ai Wei Wei with architects selected by Herzog & de Meuron. First one is the villa by chilean architect Alejandro Aravena.
Sang-Kyun Park's LightDrops is an umbrella powered by rain - as water hits a conductive membrane that is integrated into the surface of the umbrella, energy from the impact of the raindrops is transformed into power that lights up embedded LEDs.
Kjellgren Kaminsky Architects' "Silent City" proposal for the 1976 Tangshan Earthquake Memorial Park in China. The swinging lanterns are dispersed throughout the park and are a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Chinese rice lamp.
3 limited edition t-shirts will be available at The Standard Hotels in LA, NYC, and Miami... Andre Balazs has commissione contemporary legends, Natas Kaupas, Eric Haze, and Jose Parla to design these t-shirts for their respective cities!
Picnica Reusable Tote ~ that stuffs into a bunny! And when you're using it, the bunny is attached to the side... hilarious, bizarre, and strangely appealing... definitely a standout design in the reusable shopping bag space!
you can know what diseases you are most susceptible to, what your personality is like and your ancestry. All in tiny box from 23 and me. All you need to do is spit saliva and send it in. pretty darn cool. Genetics just got personal.
Nomad Light Molecule, designed by Maarten De Ceulaer. Another unique light design with the molecule atom shape where the light position is fully configurable - yes, you can change the shape of the light according to your taste.
Which Jieldé are you? Originally designed in 1950 as the “indestructible” standard for work lamps, Jieldé lamps are now available as the perfect modern accent for any room! Check out the various styles and colors.
The ‘Remains Benches’ , designed by Elyse Marks, comes in antithetical variates. The benches feature an Avant-garde motif of animals and trees... disturbing pattern of dead, skeletal animals, hanging off of even dead-er trees…