When walking the terrains of the world one can come across quite an array of colors... today we're taking a look at some terrain that may be unfavorable to cross, hence its name 'badlands,' it's certainly favorable for color watching.
Hiromitsu Konishi designed a display table for a paper store. The design of the table received last year’s Kyoto Design Award. This project was to create display furniture using 140 years old established Japanese paper craft techniques in Kyoto.
While some animals are so dangerous that they don't require hiding their presence, others rely on deception and camouflage to prevent themselves from meeting a fateful end at the hands (or the jaws) of one of their predators.
You’re a big wine drinker and have plenty of leftover wine bottles? What do you do with them? Do you put them in a recycle bin and let them disappear in a furnace? I’m sure we can do more than that and we can transform them in ...
Entirely made of the type of paper honeycomb that is used in Chinese lanterns, this chair starts out flat, just like a lantern. Once peeled open, accordion-style, it accepts the impression of the body of whoever first sits on it. The honeycomb cells in the outermost layer compress and become a skin that shapes the chair’s final form.