From 14 to 19 April 2015, Philippe Malouin has installed swings in the lobby of the Palazzo Serbelloni Milan. The designer has achieved such a facility as a means of presenting various shades of Ceasarstone. Visitors were able to advantage of these swing seats designed with these different materials.
“Tennino” is a table tennis cardboard that can self-assembly in minutes with the pre-folded cardboard pieces. Designed by German designers Kickpack, the game table has been designed for offices and allow for moments of relaxation and fun at work. Accompanied by two balls, this product is available for € 59.90 on their website.
The french designer Elise Siegwald has decided to give a steampunk look to a Gameboy by replacing the case and adding threads, acrylic paint and clock’s machinery. It gives an original object with an appearance of collector’s piece.
Built under Waterloo Station in London, the House of Vans is the result of the work of designers Pete Hellicar, Tim Greatrex and Black Sparrow Presents. This place has been designed as an art gallery, a skatepark, a creative space with “Vans Labs”, a concert hall for 850 people, a bar and a cinema. This...
Bjarke Ingels Group have designed a labyrinth inside the National Building Museum in Washington as part of a major exhibition. The concept is simple: get lost in a place blending design and interactivity. More images of this project on the site and the dedicated section.