Miss Hipolyte, a French designer, has created a paper in relief called Tropical Jungle. Like a painting, this wall installation measuring 2 meters on 1,10 meter is full of colorful animals and plants galore: exotic birds, a black panther with piercing eyes and a green gradient.
Innovation Imperative is the source of an original office concept. Indeed, the geometric creation called Tetra Shed, made of wood and covered with a black rubber coating is a desktop that can be moved to create another piece in the room in which you want to work for a real space and environment.
The Nairone Parisian artist, well known for his detailed and colored compositions was commissioned by the Nutella to style the famous spread jar. Titled “L’Atelier”, is developed into three typographic illustrations made by Nairone and then applied on the jar.
Shift the design firm, based in Mexico, started the U32 collection of lamps for LampsLite brand. The first model, U32-1, was built with metal and explores the concept of geometry, tension and in the modern urban landscape structure. Inspired by icosaedric shapes to build an angular and complex geometry.
Kodama Zomes is a hanging seat, the structure was designed and patented by Richie Duncan engineer. It can be attached or suspended in a metal frame. The Kodama Zomes can be a seat or a bed to sleep outdoor during summer nights.
Semi-Permanent conference about design will be held in Sydney, Auckland and Mumbai. A video presenting the date of Sydney, created by Raoul Marks, declared with a original way the names of the artists who will participate. We follow a cosmonaut during his descent in a particular universe, reminding “Interstellar” movie, names come one after another with his travel.
The designer James Dieter imagined a new customizable hanging lamp that explores the flexibility and geometric shapes. Made of aluminum and brass, the “Mobi Lamp” can be adjusted in various figures that allow for wide and narrow configurations, according to our desires.
Each year, as part of the Architecture & Urban Design program, Pratt Institute students design installations that explore the possibilities of digital manufacturing. This year, the students’ work was exhibited by Michael Szivos and Ryan Whitby from New York design SOFTlab studio. It’s a suspension of 800 laser-cut panels undulating in a colors gradation.
Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who likes to create optical illusions. His recent exhibition “La Villette In Suites,” which takes place in Paris until September 13, combines geometric figures he painted on the street or in rooms with an anamorphic effect. His works are like puzzles that fit together when the visitor is at...