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february 19, 2019


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alessandro mendini: remarkable projects that will continue to influence the design world


from a tram stop in germany to a smiling corkscrew named ‘anna g.’, we take a look at some of the late designer's most celebrated work.

by philip stevens


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dozendots unveils the INKI motorized ballpoint pen with rapidly moving tip


different shapes can be created depending on the angle of the pen and the pressure that is applied.

by lynne myers


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dehlin brattgård designs 'robust machine' for fast-changing, experimental exhibitions


'boxen', housed inside a chain-link wire mesh structure, intended as a robust machine for fast-changing, experimental exhibitions.

by kieron marchese


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iconic fashion designer karl lagerfeld dies aged 85


his death comes after missing his end-of-show-bow during the chanel show at paris fashion week in january because he was unable to attend.

by juliana neira


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designer conserves soured milk in textiles repeating bacterial patterns


'wanderer' is a series of fabrics with different patterns designed by xijing xu, conceived in the visual style of certain cultures where the receipts come from.

by Xijing XU


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panerai submersible luna rossa pairs timepiece design with sailing


the watch enhances a high-performing carbon fiber composite material - carbotech - that references the hull of the luna rossa sailing boat.

by tim spears


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alessandro mendini passes away aged 87


in honor of his life and work, we revisit our conversation back in 2000, where he spoke about the media, the internet, his fears, and his favorite projects.

by nina azzarello


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LEVS architecten and flux create nature-inclusive residential tower in the hague


'binck blocks' is designed as a hub for biodiversity by offering space for flora and fauna in the façades and balconies.

by LEVS


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strange 'crop circles' appearing in japan are the result of 1973 experiment


aerial photos reveal groups of sugi (japanese cedar) trees swell toward the sky, creating the mysterious circular forests.

by kieron marchese


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simone bossi captures the concrete austerity of tadao ando's paris meditation space


the raw materiality of the tadao ando meditation space in paris has been revitalized through the lens of photographer simone bossi.

by kat barandy


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lynching memorial and legacy museum examine america's history of racial injustice


the memorial was conceived with the hope of creating a sober, meaningful site where people can gather and reflect.

by philip stevens


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baranowitz & goldberg forms pastel curves for bridal boutique in tel-aviv


the interior design uses delicate shades of powder pink with natural wood to complement the bridal dresses.

by Jessica Levin


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ETH zurich + PUCP students' structure explores artifacts emerging from digs in peru


'a room for archaeologists and kids' project was the culmination of a half-year collaboration between studio tom emerson of d-arch and taller 5 of the facultad de arquitectura y urbanismo.

by maria erman


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in conversation: stefano boeri on la triennale di milano's expansive plans and new identity


designboom met architect stefano boeri, who was recently elected president of la triennale di milano, to investigate how he and his team of curators intend to bring the institution back to its traditional, celebrated roots.

by juliana neira


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moon hoon's vibrant 'view folly' overlooks the south korean city of gwangju


moon hoon view folly is characterized by vibrant, contrasting colors and rhythmic, directional patterning projected onto the exposed structure.

by kat barandy


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