Discover the Center Pompidou-Metz, in France. With architecture signed by Shigeru Ban Architects Europe with Jean de Gastines, Paris, Centre Pompidou-Metz includes 5020 square meters of exhibition space.
Share-a-chair (limited "tho/net" edition) by Laszlo Rozsnoki, is made of a second-hand "Thonet"-chair sawn in two, with additional legs added for support. The halves can stand side by side, permitting the chair to be shared.
Peter Marigold’s new collection – MAN MADE. Each piece of furniture is cut from a single piece of wood using successively smaller L-profiles thus maintaining structure while obtaining as much useful material as possible.
Cryptids of The United States. Did you know you might have a Skunk Ape—or is it Batsquatch—in your backyard? Don’t be confused! Now with your trusty cryptozoology map you will be able to identify and place these rare creatures.
Liu Lecture Series in Design at Stanford, May 3rd: Four designers discuss morality of Design in the future. Gadi Amit (NewDealDesign), Robbert Brunner (Ammunition), Valerie Casey (The Designers Accord) and Dan Harden (Whipsaw).
Marco Fulle is a professional photographer based in Italy specializing in nature (volcano) photography. Marco’s photographic expeditions have taken him to the ends of the earth in search of amazing photographs of active volcanoes.
Reminiscent of snow-covered stumps, wood for these stools were harvested from a fallen maple tree. White leather upholstery and copper tacks over organic latex foam. Small, nearly-invisible feet 'levitate' them ever off the ground.
This "basket tree" was created by arbor-sculptor Axel Erlandson more than half a century ago. It's part of "Tree Circus " opened in 1947 in California. Read the amazing story and see the rest of the "circus trees"
OSLOOM (short for OPEN SOURCE LOOM) is a project aimed at creating an open source electromechanical thread-controlled floor loom that will affordable for the studio weaver to make as a DIY project. By Margarita Benitez.
A living face mask that filters away bacteria, captures carbon dioxide and grows plants! Robert Ortega's Green Screen was one of five finalist in Project Greenway, organized by Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture.