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The ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ Chocolates Are Miniature Geometric Sculptures

The ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ Chocolates Are Miniature Geometric Sculptures | Communication design | Scoop.it

Japanese design firm Nendo, recently declared Maison&Objet’s “Designer of the Year”, was invited to design a lounge for visitors at the furniture and design show—for the occasion, they have also created nine pieces of chocolates that Fast Co. Design has described as the “world’s most beautiful”. 


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Amazing Sculptures Made From Recycled Plactic by Aurora Robson

Amazing Sculptures Made From Recycled Plactic by Aurora Robson | Communication design | Scoop.it

New York-based Canadian artist Aurora Robson makes some amazing sculptures and installations. Described as a “subtle yet determined environmental activist”, her work is made from everyday waste such as junk mail and discarded plastic bottles.

 

 


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Kinetic Sculpture: London's Fan-like Footbridge

Kinetic Sculpture: London's Fan-like Footbridge | Communication design | Scoop.it
Knight Architects and AKT II have completed a moving bridge in Paddington, London, that opens and closes like the blades of a traditional hand-held fan.

Consisting of five steel beams that rise and fall using hydraulic jacks, Merchant Square footbridge by Knight Architects and AKT II spans a 20-metre width of the Grand Union Canal in Paddington Basin, close to Thomas Heatherwick's Rolling Bridge that curls into a ball.


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Triangular Series: a site-specific lighting installation for Design Miami/ Basel

Triangular Series: a site-specific lighting installation for Design Miami/ Basel | Communication design | Scoop.it

Suspended from the ceiling of the entrance hall of the Herzog & De Meuron designed Basel Exhibition Centre, the forms that make up Jamie Zigelbaum’s Triangular Series resemble evolved stalactites. Pulsing with light and responding with a unique sensitivity to the people sharing the space with them, 59 large, suspended tetrahedra of varying sizes will be scattered throughout the space to create an all-encompassing, immersive environment for visitors as they arrive and depart the fair.


Constructed from translucent acrylic, a synthesis of custom electronics, including high-power LEDs, advanced sensors and software that allow forms to communicate with individuals in the space, and each other. Each has a luminous respiratory system, and as visitors approach each object, their respiration changes and the forms react. The tetrahedrals also communicate with each other, synchronizing rhythms of illumination through a digitally mediated dialogue. While each form is itself an individual, synthetic organism, together they act as one — an emergent presence that transcends each’s individuality...


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