• Posts Tagged ‘design’

    Chocolate makers Mast Brothers, well known for the graphic wrappers that cover its flavored chocolates, had Brooklyn company Calico Wallpaper design the packaging for its Sea Salt Collection. Each bar of chocolate contains its own kind of salt. Taking the signature ingredient of each individual bar, Calico employed a...

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    Toyota’s first appearance at Milan Design Week had the company pulling up to 31 via Tortona with an exquisite car made of various shades of wood. Its Setsuna concept car, fully functional but not legally road friendly, had Japanese cedar for the exterior panels, selected for its flexibility and distinctive grain, and...

    People have used bamboo from the earliest civilization in Asia, where these giant grasses originated. We see them in traditional architecture in Southeast Asia: People in Indonesia use bamboo stilts to create their rice carriages, and many Filipinos in the north of the Philippines construct little houses out of bamboo...

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    Dine in Detroit area restaurants such as Blu Fin Sushi or Public House and you’ll find yourself “eating off the floor.” Former floor beams are reborn as table slats thanks to Workshop Detroit, one of several international design studios into the cycle of sustainability. Already known as an eco-friendly material,...

    LEED- and BIM-savvy consultant firm for services in acoustics, audiovisual, telecommunications and security, the San Francisco-based Charles M. Salter Associates, Inc. offers “sound” advice. Its in-house presentation studio simulates acoustical environments, allowing clients a better understanding. One of the largest...

    Telling Tales, a collection of illuminated stories, comes down to an amazing communication campaign idea launched by LZF for 2016. Together with Masquespacio Studio, they’ve created stories and brought them to life through perfectly colored images, each presenting one of their handmade wooden lights. “Mariví Calvo...

    Designer sisters Faye and Erica Toogood at London-based Studio Toogood united their objects, clothes and sculptures within an interior space for the first time during London Design Festival 2015. Their installation The Drawing Room at Somerset House welcomed visitors into a space where the translucent plastic sheets...

    “The play element is not a product of culture. It is rather the source of culture.” Dutch philosopher and historian Johan Huizinga in his book Homo Ludens (1938). The Japanese design duo that launched YOY in 2011 follows this philosophy to the T. A year later they introduced their PEEL lamp, an illusion that the...

    “I don’t know if I can say anything,” says Hans Hornemann, designer at Normann Copenhagen, to ArchiExpo back in February 2016. “It’s a surprise.” Hornemann, Normann Copenhagen’s highlight for 2016, presented a new furniture line in Milan during the Salone del Mobile. We’ve been waiting to see him unveil his secret,...

    Here’s an ensemble of amazing designs and installations we saw during this year’s Milan Design Week. Sensorial Recycling The conceptual design studio Sinestesia created a DIY stereo loudspeaker, Giacinto, from foldable recycled leather. The 4ohm- 5 W speakers produce the ‘Giacinto voice,’ and the leather skin acts as...

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