This amazing piece of design by Graft of Berlin is stunningly beautiful. The clean, simple lines and striking angles give it a futuristic look, yet the walnut panelling juxtaposes a more classic style.
Xavier Segers made a tribute to Yves Klein his Antropometrie. Instead of painting naked women blue and using them as stamps against a wall, he pressed naked people against a wall and used a themal camera to capture the transferred bodytemperature.
Dune Hotel is a physical-digital solution that is made possible through internet and a network of host capsules that are installed anywhere in the world, appropriating the underused spaces with tourism potential.
The cutest iteration of Daft Punk yet! These sassy little characters are "Les Robots", part of the “KING PANPAN,” project: 365 days with a new vector-based super-lovely bear illustration every single day! - by Julius Santiago.
The Porsche Garden was part of the Royal Horticultural Society Show at Hampton Court back in July of 2008. This stylish automobile storage system (or off-street parking solution) was part of Flemond Warland’s garden design installation which won Gold.
Paolo Capello's Otto is a wooden based, glass topped table designed for Miniforms that can be both used in office or living room. Its organic shaped glass top and the improbably unstable legs reinterpret our use of tables.
On Pont Neuf, Paris, Henry the IV has been resurrected by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac with a blue Lightsaber and white neon box. Astronomy Domine commemorates 400 years since Henri IV’s death. It will remain up until July 14th.
Miller High Life hopes to recapture the aspiring beer connoisseur market. The new packaging features the Miller Girl in the Moon, giving the case a sort of vintage aesthetic, while the bottles stick with a simple, classic design.
Another clever yet simple design for space-saving furniture. The Twin Chair was designed by French designer Philippe Nigro. Based on the idea of two-in-one, these twin chairs remain functional even when stacked.
Boxes in the house. The idea of this project from Progettospore is really simple, it consists of using the perimeter walls of the house (including the attic) as the physical limit within which boxes will be introduced.