This 1950s home purchased by furniture designer Nathan Chandler has a kitchen that sports brand new GE appliances from circa 1956. The house was never occupied and the appliances were never used.
With the rise of 3D printing and the technology about to go mainstream, Adobe has again turned its attention to 3D in Photoshop. At the 3D Printshow in New York, the company showcased three new features that will be available in a future version of Photoshop CC.
Playing around SVG (scalar vector graphics) always fascinates me. To me, providing a usable website shows the designer cares about its users and product, and SVG provides us power to do so. SVG has already taken the web by storm, and its robust feature “SVG transformations” takes its abilities to a whole new level. SVG images can be transformed easily by moving, scaling, skewing, and rotating. The process is quite useful when it comes to performing animations where scaling and rotating are deemed necessary. This is also helpful presenting vertical and diagonal text.
The transform attribute defines a series of elements that need to be transformed. All the items within the transform list can be split with the help of whitespace or commas, and applied from right to left.
inserting a mix of texture, raw materials and functional elements, SHED architecture and design merges new additions with the original industrial construction of this loft space in downtown seattle.
Would make a great office.