San Francisco based practice Iwamoto Scott recently completed the PS House in North Beach. The project generates a new openness behind an old Edwardian building, bringing light and fresh air to the interiors.
Super fun site for Broken Bells. Each little planet has its own URL that's a mix of the letters in "broken bells" and plays a song. Reminds me of Super Mario Galaxy! And check out the lyrics view.. like designer karaoke!
Behind the scenes at Parisian atelier 180g, a creative studio/shop that will hand paint virtually any article of clothing in your color choice. You may recall seeing 180g's collaboration with Nike last Fall right here on NotCot.
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark are allowing the public to take a look around their new Amalienborg residence before they move in. An apartment full of modern art in a Castle from the 1700's . 4500 square m!
Nike’s recent football related headlines continue with the announcement of a special (PRODUCT)RED™ ball that has been released as part of the ‘Lace Up, Save Lives’ partnership between the two entities.
Fresh air from rural and coastal locations around the country captured in jars by the NationalTrust – given out to reduce stress. Collected from Lake Windermere in Cumbria, Stourhead in Wiltshire and Box Hill, Surrey
Alle, a new chair designed by Luca Nichetto for Skitsch will be presented during next Salone del Mobile. The preview will take place in occasion of the opening of Skitsch Brompton Road shop in London at the end of march.
Frank and Franco in the wardrobe - I met Frank Gehry at the 'scandalous' house in Santa Monica: had wanted to interview him for Modo magazine back in the 80's. The interview is finally coming out in Abitare.
Mile Aldriges worked with Lavazza for their 2010 calendar. Their 18th calendar visually interprets six Italian classic songs: "Va' Pensiero", "Guarda Che Luna", "'O Sole Mio", "Con Te Partirò", "Baciami Piccina" and "Nessun Dorma".
Architects Eat recently has completed the ELM & Willow House. The U-shaped plan which to provide a series of visual layering between the spaces, while also creating a better relationship between inside and outside.
Genevieve Côté was very busy in developing those pretty triangular prisms for a large number of spices known and less known. The result is striking and the modular boxes allow very interesting geometrical configurations.