"Le Pavillion du Bonheur Provisoire" was positioned to face the Brussels's iconic ‘Atomium’ building. Plastic beer crate is used as a generic element - like bricks, but deployed beyond its individual characteristics.
Part of London Design Festival, The Applounge is a new retail concept. Offering a well-curated selection of physical product alongside Apps, eBooks and MP3s - in a social, lounge environment with cocktails at hand...
BMW has always embraced Apple products and BMWs will soon feature iPad docking bays on back seats, which swivel and rotate. Using ConnectedDrive, the car will act as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, allowing iPads and other devices to connect online.
Favorite part of the Bogusky Tell All ~ Each key card to the FearLess Cottage carries this text: "The recipients of this card have demonstrated that they are capable of pushing aside fear in pursuit of doing the right thing."
Bompas & Parr have created an installation for London Fashion Week - a Jules Verne adventure where sugar crystals are exploded to an architectural scale & used to display the work of designers such as House of Flora and Aase
"Woodsman Axe Coffee table" by London designer Chris Duffy. Together with the "Brothers Grimm", his work is inspired by the Little Red Cap tale and will be exhibited at 100% Design during London Design Week.
Bazaltbor winery by Plant Architect Sutdio from Badacsony, Hungary. The cellar founding father, Dr József Laposa, and his son, Bence, today harvest from over 20 hectares local and international wine varieties.
What a gorgeous week! There’s plenty to love in this week’s NOTCOT.org roundup, whether you’re after the taxonomy of rap names, avian-inspired musical numbers, piglet speakers or Ostrich leathered cameras.