In the world today there are 10 million classrooms in need of repair. Architecture for Humanity thinks we can do better. They are sponsoring the 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: to design the classroom of the future.
Peter Urban is 21 years old and Coup de Soup is one of the items in his portfolio that he used when he applied to The Graphic Arts Institute in Copenhagen.
Not until May will know if he's been admitted or not. Keep your fingers crossed!
Patrick Dougherty creates wonderful large scale sculptures made from twigs and branches. Whether they are wrapped around trees, or bundled together to look like castles, his sculptures, are simplistic and beautiful.
Phase I of WePC is coming to a close, but already ideas from our suggestions and dream PCs are coming to life... dual screen laptop and an air like netbook with a tilted keyboard and voice activation and more!
VinylPulse has a look behind the scenes of Amanda Visell's upcoming release: her hand-painted Birthday Dragon resin figures [ed. of 25] on her birthday -- this Thursday, March 26th, 2009 [7 PM] at the Switcheroo workshop.
Kohler Karbon ~ only having seen the Karbon faucet at trade fairs, it was exciting to geek out about it when it was on Numb3rs in a Smart House where it was not only fully articulated but robotic as well!
Enola Fruit is a ceramic fruit bowl, a mini-domestic apocalypse, inspired by the atomic mushroom cloud. Edited by Superego editions (TO) in a limited editons of 50 pieces will be on display at Hotel Nhow (MI) during Milan design week 09.