Saturday 21st October 2017,

Browsing the "Design" Category

Hexi from Thibault SLD

Hexi from Thibault SLD

Canadian designer Thibault SLD Hexi is an interactive array of 60 hexagonal modules embedded with mechanical servos that use data from a nearby depth camera to physically respond to nearby motion just like a moving wallpaper. [...]

March 4, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art, Design 0

Dean O’Callaghan’s Handcrafted Structure That Mimics The Raindrop Effect Hitting Water

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Dean O’Callaghan created this wooden automated structure in an effort to mimic the effect of water drop as it hits a body of water. Obviously there is a connection of this structure with the design of the round wave sculpture by Reuben Margolin. [...]

March 4, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Design 0

Spectral Apartment by Raphaël Bétillon and Nicolas Dorval‐Bory

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When asked by a client to refurbish tiny Parisian studio apartment, architects Raphaël Bétillon and Nicolas Dorval‐Bory came up with a design that required them to pay particular attention to interior lighting. Hampered by a lack of natural daylight in the apartment, Bétillon/Dorval-Bory set about researching the colour rendering index [...]

May 30, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Design 0

Baby Quilt Blanket by Celine Kim

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Celine Kim managed to sew this Baby Quilt Blanket after being inspired by Pia Wallen Cross Blanket and this ombre sweater from Erica Smith’s Pinterest page. Featured photo shows details from the back of the quilt as light passes through, if I was a baby then I would surely love [...]

May 8, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Design 0

Louis Vuitton Summer Fling from Atelier Oï

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This is no ordinary summer fling. It was designed by Atelier Oï for Louis Vitton in 2012. This hammock is made by woven leather and gold rivets and will make your bank account(if any) $30,000 lighter. Spoiler: Who said that best things in life come are free? [...]

May 7, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Design 0

Learn Chinese using pictograms by ShaoLan and Chineasy

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Chinese language having an alphabet of 37 letters and 4 different tones(it was created as a phonetic alphabet that makes up the sound of the character alone) is considered to be one of the most difficult but interesting languages for someone to learn. A female designer ShaoLan from Taiwan developed [...]

May 2, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Design 0