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the photography series re-examines the artistic medium through the relationship between movement, color, water and light. The post underwater photography by christy lee rogers evokes the beauty of baroque paintings appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the design intends to promote water as both a public asset and a basic human right. The post penda + smartvoll’s pavilion proposal for expo 2020 immerses visitors in austrian rainwater appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Sportswear brand Reebok has revealed the first product from its sustainability initiative Cotton + Corn — a pair of trainers with a bioplastic sole. Read more
dubbed SEER: simulative emotional expression robot, the humanoid head was created by japanese artist takayuki todo The post this is the most expressive robot we’ve ever seen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the module's prefabricated blocks and steel resemble a large truss. The post felipe campolina’s 40 sqm micro-habitat is a prefab refuge in the shape of a triangle appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Italian designers Francesca Perani and Claudia Manenti have illustrated 488 scale figures that they are offering for use in architectural drawings, featuring characters of different ages, skin tones and gender identities. Read more
the lume traveler no. 1 combines the joy of outdoor life with the comfort of ones home. The post this aluminum camper comes with a panoramic open roof that lets you sleep under the stars appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the tightly sealed 1999 pokémon cards container had been in the possession of the consignor since its release, decades ago. The post an unopened box of 1999 pokémon cards just sold for $56,000 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Local studio Peripheriques Marin+Trottin Architectes has completed an apartment complex on L'Ile-Saint-Denis in Paris, which features wavy balconies enclosed by a ribbon of perforated metal. Read more
in his series of full-scale cardboard figures, warren king recreates the residents of his grandparents' home village in china, one individual at a time. The post warren king uses cardboard to sculpt full-scale villagers of his ancestral chinese home appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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