In continuation of ‘the fish feast’ Erik de Laurens created a surprising material made of 100% fish scales ( no added compound ). The fishing industry generates several circumstances where many tons of fish scales are leftover. Using this waste as resources for the production of his...
Architects: Pavel Hnilicka Architekti
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Project Year: 2007
Client: Kuprum Development, s.r.o.
Landscape Architect: Mikoláš Vav?ín
Project Area: 437.30 m²
Photographs: Courtesy of Pavel Hnilicka Architekti
Block of flats in Prague
Terrace house with 4...
The fish feast started when I was asked to design objects for the canteen of a primary school of Macassar, a township of Cape Town.
The designer decided to create a monthly event in which the pupils of one class would be brought to a fishing day on the nearby beach. Then they would go back...
Architects: Touloukian Touloukian Inc.
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina, US
Client: Susan Schwartz
Landscape Architect: Halvorson design
General Contractor: Wes Altman
Photographs: Lawrence Earley
Shade Pergolas and an Outdoor Pavilion for performance and community gathering...
Jonas Nyffenegger has created this adjustable ‘Rever’ chair which was presented as part of the graduate exhibition showcasing the final year projects from the students of the University of the Art and Design Lausanne, ECAL.
Designed by Jonas...
Architects: Colboc Franzen & Associes
Location: Lille, France
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Paul Raftery
Contracting authority: City of Lille
Cost of construction: €4,076,000 excluding all tax
Area of the plot: 2,030 m²
Usable area: 1,190 m²
Net floor area: 1,779 m²
Architects: Shigeru Ban Architects + Dean Maltz Architect
Location: 524 West 19th Street New York City, New York, US
Executive Architect: Montroy DeMarco, LLP
Structural Engineers: Robert Silman Associates, PC
Mechanical Engineers: ICOR Associates, LLC Consulting...
Peat is a product to “Educate Future Growers”. The product twinned with its supporting service aims to provide families with all the necessary information and confidence to begin growing their own food.
Fitting on to a window sill, the product hopes to remove preconceptions towards...
Architect: Yamasaki Ku Hong Associates Design Lab
Location: Nampo-dong, Jung-gu, Busan, Korea
Partner-in-charge: Tae Sun Hong, Won Jin Kim
Project Team: Jeong Yeon Lim, Dong Soo Jang, Ji Hyang Lee, Na Ra Youn
Program: Roof Garden, Observatory, Museum, Retail
Building Area: 19,835 m²
An acoustic partition system, formed out of recycled PET bottle fibre. The assembly is by the integrated high-performance magnets, wich allows easy modification and unlimited extensibility of the system.
Designed by Arihiro...
Architects: La Nouvelle Agence
Location: Pessac, France
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 450 sqm
Photographs: LNA / Benoit Schmeltz
Pessac Pavilion – La Nouvelle Agence – France
Pessac Pavilion – La Nouvelle Agence...
Location: Wola, Poland
Designer: Jakub Szczesny
Project Area: 14,5 m²
Project Year: December 2011
Project Curators: Sarmen Beglarian, Sylwia Szymaniak
Project Announcement: Wola Art Festival “CityProjectWola“
Organizers: Modern Polish Art Foundation, President...
Té.Odora is a set pieces for the tea, adding a touch of magic that makes everything come alive.
All the elements seem to be alive, move and sink into the table, breaking with the tradition of the horizontal lines and leaving aside the custom of everyday objects have to always keep the same...
Peatakana is a multifunctional and durable plastic bench for use in a yard of a private house as well as a public city space, in historical old town as well as in a sunny beach. Bench inspired by windy Tallinn can be used in three different sitting positions. Additionally the Peatakana can be...
Museum: Frankfurter Kunstverein.
Group Exhibit: abstrakt Abstrakt
The Systemized World
Curated by: Marius Watz & Eno Henze
Design Team: Michael Szivos, Carrie McKnelly, and Charlotte Vlerick
Installation: Brandt Graves
Photos: Marius Watz