Posted on May 20th 2013, 10:00 AM
El sentido en el que más confiamos es el que menos revela acerca de nosotros. El sentido que nos pondrá en contacto directo con la vida es el que menos usamos. El primer sentido es la vista. Creemos en lo que vemos, pero es aquello que no podemos ver lo que encierra...
Posted on May 20th 2013, 09:00 AM
The following post is brought to you by Arper. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.
Arper has long been one of my favorite Italian design companies because of their consistency and simple modernism. With the introduction of new products in Milan 2013 this year, they surprised me with their colorful upholstery and whimsical wall storage.
Ply is a series of tables and stools with a triangular shape and engineered to create a continuous line from top through legs.
Dizzie is a demonstration of something that may seem obvious but can have unexpectedly pleasing results: a sole change in color or material can radically alter appearance and attitude.
New fabrics and covers for Catifa 46-53 are now available. Learn more about the Catifa collection here. Available in Kvadrat fabrics, these cushions are designed for both comfort and warmth.
The Aava chair was born from Arper’s first collaboration with Finnish designer Antti Kotilainen, takes this chair form into wood. It also includes a stool version. He explains that “structure-wise the aim of the collection was to compose a seat component that would work perfectly with a whole range of different bodyworks––technically as well as aesthetically.” Read an interview with Antti Kotilainen here.
Posted on May 20th 2013, 09:00 AM
Arquitectos: Estudio Puyol / Meinardy
Ubicación: San José del Rincón. Santa Fe, Argentina
Arquitecto A Cargo: Meinardy Gervasio, Puyol Ma. Dolores, Virginia Fabre
Colaboradoras: Reinante Milagros, Echarte Alejandrina
Fotografías: Federico Cairoli
Ubicada en el tranquilo barrio de Villa California de la localidad de San José del Rincón, con características de villa suburbana, calles de arena, donde la arboleda frondosa y añeja con timbúes, eucaliptus...
Posted on May 20th 2013, 08:57 AM
Those crazy boys.
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Over a thousand ghostly white shoes protrude from the walls of this New York store for shoe brand Camper, designed by Japanese studio Nendo (+ slideshow)....
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The IE Master in Work Space Design presents the Online Master Classes series.
Introducing: “Codesigning Workspace: The future for collaborative environments” with Oliver Marlow from Studio Tilt.
Collaboration is by its very definition about people, and about transforming their relationships with one another. Using space as a way to transform these relationships is at the heart of a collaborative environment: It needs to be open, inspiring, collegiate and creative. Designing workspace is changing too, to keep up. Without the user at the heart of workspace design a space will suffer in its conception. But fostering and harnessing these values as the space evolves is the crucial next step to the environment of the future, remaining adaptable, interactive, and iterative. How do we do...
Posted on May 20th 2013, 08:15 AM
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Designed by Bohuon Bertic Architectes, “Les Amandiers” Housing is located along the street are inspired by this initial step. It is a kind of respect towards the scenery which reminds massive urban boulevards. The project begins by building the main limits of the site. The both sides of the central place are connected to the parc and the environment. “In order to have houses privacy we need to keep the public space at a distance. The possibility of taking a space covers the need for withdrawing. The attractive picture of the single-storey seduces because it protects, it creates this distance. In the project, the housing position allows to create thick limits against streets. These spaces wind around themselves, open themselves to the sky and expend the private space. Therefore,...