The NYtimes meets artist Syndey Albertini.
Bank of Moscow’s offices in central Moscow’s Kuznetsky Most area with interiors by Alexey Kuzmin.
Core77 review of '1000 Product Designs' by Eric Chan of ECCO Design.
The Finnish Blood in Me collection by Sami Kallio.
Print from Jer Thorp visualizing 20 years of The New York Times.
MTV's Berlin headquarters rebranded by Dan Pearlman.
Konkreet Performer lets you create techno soundscapes on your iPad.
Spring Edition! Mango Lime Cider with cute packaging from Division.
Kodály Centre by Hungarian architects Építész Stúdió contains a concert hall and conference centre in Pécs, Hungary.
Stunning neon artwork from Dianne Harris at the 2011 Kinetica Art Fair.
Evolver, a spiral shaped viewing platform in Zermatt, Siwtzerland from Alice Studio (students from Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne).
'Out of the Strong' by McChesney Architects for the atrium of the Angel Building for Derwent London.
What Happens When, a New York restaurant from vaunted NYC chef John Fraser that will change its look and menu every month.
2 Place de l’Opéra, a bank concept store for BNP Paribas in Paris, created by Paris-based architect Fabrice Ausset of Zoevox
Nest Chair from Markus Johansson.
Enjoy a bit of midweek indulgence with this sumptuous roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Are you paying the same amount for smaller products? Infographic collaboration between GOOD and Bradley R. Hughes for Consumer Reports.
Orange Cube by Jacob + Macfarlane Architects in Quai Rambaud, Lyon.
Polar Composition, a cute wall graphic from A Modern Eden (of the iPhone apps and from creative firm FORGE) by Blik.
Cute t-shirt packaging in cans by Karoly Kiralyfalvi.
Beautiful, simple package design for Glow by Neumeister.
Ridiculously cute and tiny Royal antelope calf born at the San Diego Zoo. These tiny antelopes stand barely a foot tall when fully grown.
Core77 takes a closer look at the Leveraged Freedom Chair by Amos Winter, Jake Childs and Jung Tak.
Another gorgeous week has flown by and here are a few of the highlights from here at NOTCOT.org.
Benoît Méléard's architectural shoes. His latest collection is a tribute to 50s American designer Beth Levine.
The Atelier Book Chair by Kana Nakanishi is a wooden children's drawing case that opens out into a stool.
The Alvi Silk Chair from the Swedish group Alvi Design.
Limited edition William Wallet from Wintercheck Factory.
French paper packaging from Charles S. Anderson Design.
Uli Westphal's Mutatoes are now available as a print!
Alexander Chen's Conductor turns the New York subway system into an interactive string instrument. The visuals are based on Massimo Vignelli’s 1972 diagram.
Portable boombox by Edifier.
Pendant glass light/ terrarium shown at the glass design studio of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague
Blotto design reduce entire books to a single page (a giant poster) with their All The World's A Page.
Beautiful set of sobering infographics about censorship of the internet using data from Reports Without Borders.
Designboom visit the studio of Odile Decq in Paris.
Bike love from Moritz Resl.
Stephen Alvarez explores the catacombs of Paris for National Geographic.
Printemps Haussmann. Beautiful corian flowers by Pascale Girardin.
Matthew Cusick makes collages from maps.
Frame Pendant lights from Iacoli & McAllister.
Robo-Rainbow is one of Akay's “Instruments of Mass Destructions”, a.k.a. “complicated technical solutions to aide in simple acts of vandalism”.
Beautiful skate videos from Juan Rayos.
The Bruno Mini Velo 20 is a gorgeous mini bicycle.
Treasury table by Lucie Koldová and produced by Process. A frosted glass surface covers a plethora of drawers.
Rachel Feinstein’s art installment at Lever House, "The Snow Queen".