british designer tom dixon spoke to designboom about the Y chair, his design influences and creative process, and what’s coming up next.
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This baguette shop in Warsaw, Poland, by architects MFRMGR is modelled on market booths and stalls set up in the city during the 1990s (+ slideshow). (more…)
the winged luminaire has thin OLED panels mounted on movable frames that flex up and down and are controlled remotely via a bluetooth paired app on a smartphone or tablet device.
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Russian product designer Ilya Tkach has created a simple desk lamp featuring a light source that snaps onto its stem with a magnet. (more…)
the rustic design fully embraces the region’s fondness for outdoor living, featuring a external barbecue area the same size as the dining room.
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the outlines of ancient vases and bowls are inserted into the glass vessels, combining a sense of history with objects that can be used in daily life.
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The revamps of two major public spaces – Place de la République in Paris and Times Square in New York – completed this week. Our Dezeen Music Project track of the week plus more architecture and design news follow. (more…)
Studio Gang gives Chicago’s latest boathouse a fresh, modern look.
The boathouse has been long due for an upgrade. So many of the structures designed to shelter boats evoke the ambiance of a 19th-century oil painting, with little regard for fitting in with a bustling 21st-century metropolis. Which is what makes Chicago’s newest boathouse, designed by Studio Gang Architects, feel so fresh.
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With Fantasia, you can repurpose just about anything baton-shaped, be it a broom handle or a carrot, into a lamp.
Early Disney fans will remember the scene in Fantasia where the brooms start to multiply and take over, nearly trampling the magician’s assistant with their anthropomorphic legs. The Fantasia lamps, from Italian design studio MID, aren’t nearly as menacing. But they do possess some Disney magic in the way they can turn nearly any baton-shaped item–broom handles, carrots, spoons–into a standing lamp.
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