posts tagged ‘architecture

June 30, 2015

Future primitive

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For this year’s Design at Large program at the Miami/ Basel design fair, Dutch studio Atelier Van Lieshout has premiered its latest addition to New Tribal Labyrinth, an ongoing series of work imaging design for a future marked by over-consumption and limited raw materials. The new sculpture, The Original Dwelling, is a hybrid home and […]

Modern offices, especially in the tech sector, have become known as adult playgrounds that foster creativity and collaboration. The image of millennials playing ping pong at work is its own meme in the age of The Social Network. And there’s a prevailing idea that the younger the workforce, the more cutting edge and productive the […]

At last week’s Sight Unseen Offsite event in New York, Ford partnered with indie design studio The Principals to create the “Dynamic Sanctuary.” The sanctuary is a sculptural space made out of plastic, Plexiglas and LED lights that connect to a heart rate monitor and fade in and out based on the wearer’s pulse. The […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -An FT special report takes a look at The World in 2014, from economics and politics to health care and architecture. -In line with Mindful Living, one of our 10 Trends for […]

“Good digital, these days, you can hear something two miles away. But it doesn’t do the analog thing, which is warm and beautiful,” observed Lou Reed at a Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity session on Thursday. His wide-ranging conversation with Grey Group worldwide creative director Tim Mellors covered the icon’s music, photography, poetry and […]


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