A game which uses new game mechanics and it's built around the premise of guiding Ida, a silent Princess, through mysterious architectural landscapes leading her through monuments, hidden thresholds and turning stairs all the while avoiding the enigmatic Crow People.
We don't have to travel to the stars to enjoy futuristic architecture. There are plenty of bold, bizarre, contemporary buildings right here on earth that look like they belong on the set of a sci-fi movie.
Have you heard of the “band” Pendulum? They’re totally insane. You could listen to them on these. These are super speakers. Super speakers indeed. Just look at them! It’s a 3 way loudspeaker system inspired by the sounds they’re about to play. The woofer is shaped to a sphere, while the acoustic base is a horn shape. One located above the other with the tweeter on top. The sound shall flow naturally! The designer of this project describes this as a user sensation project, as it’s meant to give the user the sensation of a full volume speaker when the actual volume is actually much smaller than it seems. What you see is what you hear. Wowies. Designer: Omer Sagiv
Re-styling of the traditional piggybank. ‘Dos pavos’ it is made of a cylindrical solid base of wood, that acts as coin stopper and, a ceramic piece that rises in height as the piggybank is filled in with coins. This would be an indicator of how much money we have in each moment. It is designed to store 2 euros coins.
DESCRIPTION Materials: Ceramic, beechwood. Measures: 12,5 x 12,5 x 20 cm Made in Valencia, Spain, in collaboration with Domanises
If you like spending hours on Google Maps looking at the Earth from space, then you’re going to fall in love with a new website called The Daily Overview – an online initiative featuring breathtaking satellite images of our cities and the impact human activity has on our planet.
Known for being science-sceptical but also for strongly criticizing society’s search for utopia, South Korean artist Lee Bul creates sinister but also visual astounding works depicting the progress of humanity.
It's that time of year again where we get to work with one of our favoritea agencies, The Marlin Network, to put together a fun teaser/invite for their event at the National Restaurant Association's annual food show. It's been a blast in years past, doing…
Architecture & Design Film Festival zooms in on LA Los Angeles Times The Los Angeles edition of the Architecture & Design Film Festival kicks off its five-day salute to art, architecture, design, fashion and urban planning Wednesday with showings...
Cloud is a glass globe pendant which provides a gradient light that is amplified downwards. The characteristic silhouette resembles a cloud and several lamps together appear asym¬metric when viewed from differ¬ent angles and distances. The concept is a development of the common pendant globe. Instead of using a strict sym¬metric shape which looks identical from all angles it has a curved shape that will change appear¬ance from different positions in a room. To avoid light from flooding the ceiling traditional globes use a wide fixture to block the top. Cloud is instead equipped with a light filter that creates a deco¬rative gradient illumination and attenuates the upward light.
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