• Theme: Furniture and Decoration

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    Fancy taking a seat on a mighty steel structure straight out of a science-fiction flick? Or sitting on a wicker recliner with wheels? How about being scooped up by a mobile butterfly chair? ArchiExpo has spotted these unique pieces that will rock your perception of lounging and relaxing.   The Etazin Chair The Etazin...

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    Accommodating the perpetual shift of contemporary working styles, the Dekleva Gregorič architects innovated the (un)curtain office in 2014. Dekleva Gregorič architects were commissioned in 2013 to transform 350 square meters into an office space (See also “The workspace via architect Michele De Lucchi’s Milan 2015...

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    Hues reflect various finishes depending on the materials applied. Dark teal shines differently from thread on fabrics and paint on wood. Walking into the paint-splattered restaurant Pracownia by Polish designer Karina Wiciak for Wamhouse or witnessing Stellar Works’ performance of painting on ceramic tableware revives...

    Postwar Modernism in the United States was not a female friendly movement. There was little room for women atop the pedestals in architecture, fine art, and industrial design. To be sure, in the art world there were prominent women artists practicing, but public acclaim was to come later; during the 1950s, they...

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    Russian broadcasting company NTV launched the reality show “Cottage Solution”. The company selects a Russian cottage house in need of a spruce, hires professional interior designers and architects and starts the camera rolling. In an old house in Moscow suburbs, a grandmother lives with her two grandchildren of 18 and...

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    I still remember vividly the first time I came across 3D printing in 2004. It was an online video, and it blew my mind. I [designer Michaella Janse van Vuuren] enrolled in a post doctorate in medical implant design, the only way I could access rapid prototyping at the time in South Africa. I believed I needed a...

    Paris design duo HeHe, Heiko Hansen and Helen Evans revived history with the M-Blem, an autonomous vehicle that ran on the world’s first recognizable modern inter-city railway, the Liverpool and Manchester. During the AND (Abandon Normal Devices) festival in 2012, the M-Blem awaited ticket holders, two passengers at a...

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    Polish born, Denmark-based textile designer Martyna Barbara Golik recently developed a collection of textile objects that strive to translate the experience of taste into touch. TOUCH THAT TASTE! approaches the five main taste sensations: umami, sweet, salty, bitter and sour as five tangible and functional,...

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    Given today’s advances in 3-D printing technology, it is already possible to print eyes, noses and internal organs. We will send 3-D printers capable of printing other printers to Mars to build a new colony. Synthetic biological materials will be printed in the form of self-repairing tissue. Even food will be produced...

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    “The story of the bubble.” Dutch designer and artist Nienke Sybrandy links present to future and temporal to enduring through her work with soap and bubbles. Having launched Studio Sybrandy in 2006, Sybrandy plays with textile and object motifs, such as printing bubbles onto fabric and blowing bubbles onto...

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