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Chinese studio 0321 has inserted a rose-tinted box into the front of this restaurant-cum-flower shop in Dongguan, China, allowing diners and passers-by a glimpse of the blooms inside. Read more
the moto rocker, designed by felix monza, is for little, engine-enthused dreamers. The post would your toddler prefer a cafe racer, brat, or track bike? appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
an arrangement of sliding doors in the lateral facade allows a natural crossed ventilation, that apart from lowering the temperature, promotes an opening of the interior to the urban set. The post ANTNA’S ‘un cuarto mas’ expansion prototype aims to solve the housing crisis in mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the series illustrates the team's exploration of the possibility to propose unique objects by standardizing only the process and integrating this concept to the ecological idea of upcycling old and unwanted. The post small tables and light on a rock collection by QTA at milan design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
comprising a dining armchair, sofas and side tables, the vimini collection takes cues from nanna ditzel's basket chair, finished with traditional braiding. The post patricia urquiola combines traditional techniques and modernist forms for kettal appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Architecture firm Studio Saxe has stepped a series of pavilion-like guest rooms down a slope facing the Pacific Ocean, creating a hotel in a Costa Rican beach town. Read more
Austrian designer Thomas Feichtner has collaborated with a group of craftspeople to create a wire chair with a technique more commonly used to manufacture wire fences. Read more
Children aged six and over can now own cryptocurrency using an app called Pigzbe, which functions as a digital piggy bank. Read more
it is said that inside this pavilion, visitors experience the cleanest, purest air in the entire city. The post panasonic installs a ‘water-drop pavilion’ within milan’s pinacoteca di brera appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dark green suede and brass details were used by Alain Carle Architecte to make this store for skincare brand Aesop feel like a jazz club. Read more

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