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created by sasank gopinathan, the concept has won a coveted gold A' design award.  The post lie back and relax in your own zen garden with the dhyan chaise lounge concept appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the panels are inspired by modern japonisme, woven image’s contemporary take on the clean-lined, minimal, refined aesthetic long associated with japan. The post japonisme-inspired woven image zen and ion acoustic wall panels appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the japanese designer and artist has found a way to spend her mornings creatively while on lockdown. The post manami sasaki creates edible version of a zen japanese rock garden on toast appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
industrial design students byounghoon woo and suhyun bang propose a new aesthetic alternative to existing DJ equipment. The post ‘whiteout’ is a simplified DJ console inspired by japanese zen gardens appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Sometimes you know about two things in completely different parts of your brain, and then one day, for no reason, you put them together and your head explodes — a cascade of understandings like the last scene in “Usual Suspects”. After 40 years of taking pictures, that happened to me. One idea changed me overnight. And if you have a camera it will change you, too.There is absolutely no doubt that
the curved concrete upper level encloses an open plan living area bathed in natural light. The post zen architects transforms existing house in melbourne with concrete + charred wood appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
like an hourglass, the timepiece uses sand to represent the passing of time, in this case with a rake that crosses the bed leaving ripples behind. The post studio ayaskan’s zen garden clock rakes sand to illustrate the passing of time appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
jo fairfax's animated drawing machines reflect a dialogue of natural and mechanical forces, and activate with viewers' movements. The post mechanical artwork by jo fairfax generates japanese zen gardens appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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