Neostudio's family house in Garby, Poland. The traditional gable roof with asymmetrical openings on two ends, which are proportioned with high and large windows, connecting the interior spaces with the surrounding landscape.
Berlin-based artist Hans Hemmert (famous for his work with balloons) threw a party where guests wore shoe-extenders to make them all 2m tall. "Level" (1997) was part of the Personal Absurdities show at the Galerie Gebauer Berlin.
Cut & Paste, by Kiki Van Eijk, at Secondome design gallery, Rome. The pieces show Kiki’s big love for materials, experimentation, tactility, research, sketches, context, settings, proportions, curiosities and every-day beauty.
Erez Bar-am of Shenkar College of Engineering & Design created Tea = time + Sugar = time. Sugar = time are sugar bubbles which are designed to float and dissolve slowly, creating little bubbles on the surface of your tea.
The Bufa Chair from MOWOstudio is inspired by attire and tailoring detail: puff and pleat. It is an attempt to find furniture pattern and a search of the new solution to replace the traditional upholstery.
Sneak preview of 'the castiglioni effect', a show that Italian furniture company, de padova didi gnocchi, in collaboration with studio museo achille castiglioni, curates this exhibition of achille castiglioni's work.
German designer Konstantin Grcic added a container series for magis. A plastic drawer unit swivels out from a vertical pole to open. This 360° container is available with five or ten drawers and comes in various colours.
Samyn and Partners designed this building- Milly Film with curved and vegetalised facades from north to south that are very private. In contrast, the west facade is entirely glass-walled as if it were one huge window.
The Shrub Table, designed by Zhili Liu for Belgian company Quinze & Milan, was inspired by shrubs where each leg branches to create various support points for the table, allowing you to maintain a surface 6mm thick.