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Student Artists Wanted for Space Tourist Emblem Fantastic Design 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Student Artists Wanted for Space Tourist Emblem Fantastic Design 2020

The clock is ticking for young artists hoping to draw up an emblem for the next paying tourist to visit the International Space Station (ISS). American computer game developer Richard Garriott, a multimillionaire training to launch toward the space station this fall, is looking for an original design that could serve as a student mission patch or […]

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Amazing Green Design from Singapore 2020

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Green Design from Singapore 2020

Green design, also known as eco-design, uses design to include economic, social and ecological sustainability. Green design can be used for the microcosm and macrocosm in the scheme of daily living. Green design uses renewable resources. It reminds people about recycling to save the environment. Green design is sustainable design as it is sustained by […]

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Amazing Industrial Design – Public Shelters 2020

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Industrial Design – Public Shelters 2020

These photographs show a public walkway in-between a building that makes pewter wares and a row of shop houses. This street, named River Valley Road, is in Singapore, a small island state in Southeast Asia. The pewter factory, The “Royal Selangor“, needs a covered space to organize mass participation activities. It is part and parcel […]

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Proven Rejoicing in Aluminum Design: The Donald Judd Boxes at David Zwirner Gallery 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Proven Rejoicing in Aluminum Design: The Donald Judd Boxes at David Zwirner Gallery 2020

The boxes of Donald Judd have returned to Chelsea! There should be much rejoicing. For its final show of the Spring season and to inaugurate the gallery’s exclusive representation of Judd Foundation, David Zwirner has beautifully and respectfully installed twelve works of late Judd. Pulled from the larger 1989 exhibition at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany, the current show […]

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Feng Shui at the World’s Tallest Twin Towers Proven Design 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Feng Shui at the World’s Tallest Twin Towers Proven Design 2020

Let Feng Shui bring you barrows of luck and money. Feng Shui are Chinese words for Wind and Water. It is the practice of using spatial arrangements to accomplish harmony in the environment and thus bring you good health, wealth and happiness. Feng Shui needs co-operation from architecture design, interior furnishings and decorations in order […]

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The Powerful Art: Wine. Artist Style. Design. 2020

| October 11, 2020 | 0 Comments
The Powerful Art: Wine. Artist Style. Design. 2020

A fusion of two great things, wine and art. Street artist, urban art warfare specialist, and fellow Obama supporter Shepard Fairey has created an awesome wine label for Kenwood Vineyards in California. When I’m at my local QFC, picking up the city’s finest in boxed wine, I do always enjoy looking at the labels, and I’ve got to say […]

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Seven Impressive Finalists in “Time to Care” Sustainable Design Contest 2020

| October 10, 2020 | 0 Comments
Seven Impressive Finalists in “Time to Care” Sustainable Design Contest 2020

An interesting sustainable design contest is currently ongoing, sponsored by Victorinox–the company that makes Swiss Army knives.  Time to Care is an international student competition, with a goal of promoting new solutions to environmental problems through design innovation. A jury of 15 noted designers recently chose seven projects as finalists. Now a public voting process, running throughout the summer, […]

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Floating Pool Design Would Improve Filter NY River Water for Surprising Swimmers 2020

| October 10, 2020 | 0 Comments
Floating Pool Design Would Improve Filter NY River Water for Surprising Swimmers 2020

Here’s one the coolest, wettest, and most ambitious Kickstarter proposals we’ve seen. Family and Playlab want to design and build a big, floating public swimming pool in one of New York’s rivers. The pool would be filled with river water–the same stuff it floats in–made sparkling clean by multiple layers of filtration and purification.  The project already has attracted a […]

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Drenched in Minimalism Proven Design 2020

| October 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
Drenched in Minimalism Proven Design 2020

Rebelling against standard shower design, the Pluviae, currently in production, designed by Matteo Thun and Partners brings elegance and minimalism to your showering experience. The curvaceous overhead shower design combines form and function, resulting in the sleekest looking shower I’ve seen in a long time. Minimalism Design 2020

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Healing by Official Design The Anatomy of a Modern Hospital 2020

| October 7, 2020 | 0 Comments
Healing by Official Design The Anatomy of a Modern Hospital 2020

August 24th 2008 was a red letter day in the Eastern Fraser Valley, BC, Canada. The first new-build hospital for more than thirty years, the Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre (ARHCC), opened its doors. As the old MSA hospital (built over fifty years ago and showing its every year) closed it’s doors for the last time, […]

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