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Dezeen Showroom: Italian brand Lualdi and architect Piero Lissoni have added to their L7 door system design with L7 Edit, a line featuring new glass textures and graphic metal framing details. Read more
Architect and restauranteur Elly Ward has opened the low-impact restaurant Edit in London, drawing inspiration from its vegan, minimal-waste menu to create an interior filled with reused and recycled materials. Read more
Researchers in Spain have resurrected ancient CRISPR proteins from millions and even billions of years ago. Not only can they still edit human cells, but they’re more versatile than modern versions, paving the way for new and improved synthetic CRISPR gene-editing tools.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: CRISPR, Genetic engineering, Genetics, Evolution, Microbes, Bacteria, Enzyme, Sp
presented by very simple kitchen and la pietra compattata, the pastel-toned design recalls the ambiance of traditional italian lunches. The post serena confalonieri’s checkered installation at edit napoli honors the spirit of emilian cuisine appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Back when Nigel Danson shot with film, he spent a lot of time in the darkroom dodging and burning to brighten and darken parts of his prints selectively. Long before the days of Photoshop, there was a lot that photographers could do to edit their analog images by hand. With digital cameras and modern editing apps like Adobe Lightroom, tasks that used to be very difficult to perform in a darkroom
Alongside DxO PhotoLab 6, DxO has also announced DxO ViewPoint 4. If you're not familiar with ViewPoint, it's DxO's app for fixing geometry and perspective. The new version includes a powerful new ReShape tool that lets you manually perfect and adjust individual parts of any photo. DxO ViewPoint 4 is available as a standalone app and as a palette within DxO PhotoLab 6. You can also

EDITECTURE has collaborated with EDIT THE BRAND to create a mahjong set composed of 28% of fabric offcuts. The post EDIT MAHJONG is a 100% biodegradable set made from fashion waste appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In its latest educational online class, Apple collaborated with photographer Mark Clennon to show how to direct, shoot, and edit powerful portraits using an iPhone.The New York-based Clennon’s work — with a motto of “less is more” — focuses on editorial, commercial, and documentary projects, and he has worked with numerous clients, such as Vogue, Netflix, Nike, Pepsi is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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