Milan designers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti have collaborated with bathroom brand Roca to create a combined toilet and wash basin called 'W+W', where waste water from the sink is used to fill the toilet cistern.
Kengo Kuma Associates realised this renovation of the Hoshakuji Station north of Tokyo. Parts of the station are made from re-used Oya stone which was left over from an old warehouse that existed in this area.
Presso by Patrick Hunt of is an eco-friendly espresso machine that only requires the amount of energy to boil water and human force to operate the press. The product is made out of 100% recyclable aluminum.
Swiss watchmakers Hublot's F1 King. The watch is based on the King Power model, with everything blacked out for a sleek, matte look. Only 500 numbered items will be on offer before Hublot unveils its next Formula 1 edition.
A Collection A Day: A blog documenting a project that will span exactly one year, from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010. On each of those 365 days, one collection will be photographed or drawn (and occasionally painted).
The Type-Cube made of vat paper consists of eight movable cubes, which are connected together. A fragment of a letter is engraved on each side of the cubes. Turning the cubes in different directions several combinations are offered.
DESIGNING SLOW LIFE Conference 24-25 March 2010 in Lahti brings together international experts of design, service design and wellness to talk and develop services with main theme of better, slower and more meaningful life.
Suspended in air, the (Doll)house inside Calvin Klein’s Madison Avenue store nevertheless contains a kernel of an idea for accommodating growth in rapidly-densifying cities. The project was designed by REX.
Macquarie's One Shelley Street balances mobility, transparency, tailor-made settings, destination work plazas, follow-me technology, and carbon neutral systems. By Clive Wilkinson architects and fitzpatrick+partners.
The project is a residence for two artists. Inspired by geometric arrangements of interlocking polygons, the new residence takes the form of a heptagonal figure. Design by Michael Maltzan Architecture.