What would you do with a kilomater of wood?
Designers, architects, carpenters and everybody else who had an idea what to do with unlimited amounts of wood and screws was invited to realise their proposals within three days...
Here's a first look at the 2009 Showtime House where 14 designers turn 2 NY penthouses into homes inspired by the 6 original Showtime series; Californication, Dexter, Nurse Jackie, the Tudors, United States of Tara & Weeds
Great Britain’s first living wall has died after three years shading the front facade of a DSDHA-designed £1.5 million children’s center. The 30 species of flora growing are now just a “host of brown, wilting plants.”
Hotel V was designed by studio OFF with an idea of roughness as a metaphor. The wall finished with a special mosaic expression tile to give different visual expressions in different weather conditions and viewing angles.
Truck Farm is a living, mobile garden inside the bed of a 1986 Dodge half-ton pickup truck which grows tomatoes, broccoli, arugula, and parsley. As a bonus all the Truck Farm activity is being recorded for TV too.
The Xeros residence in Phoenix, Arizona, is a experimental housing typology for dry environments. The materials used age during time, blending the structure with the landscape. Designed by BLANK Studio.
Detractors call the design to an “outhouse” and allege that the tower intrudes on the rural landscape of Hamarøy, the village where Hamsun spent much of his life. The architect describes the concept of “building as a body.”
The Swedish architects Tham & Videgård Hansson unveiled one of their newest projects, the ‘Garden House’ in Södermanland, Sweden. Triangular, two storey core of the house is completely covered by a wooden trellis.
Probably one of the best new music videos I've seen for ages. Director Anthony Dickenson latest for band Miike Snow's - Animal single. Projections and sculptures using a mixture of animation and band performance footage.
An existing array of conduit electrical tubes inspired Stanley Saitowitz on the interior design for Conduit, a stylish restaurant in San Francisco. The lines generated with the tubes help enclose the space without requiring walls.