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Leo Fender's first solid-body electric guitar design, penned in the late 40s, was an absolute plank of a thing. You could row a boat or dig a hole with a Telecaster; heck, you still can, since they remain among the most popular designs in the world. It was a hole-in-one the first time he stepped up to the tee, especially for a man who famously never played guitar himself.Continue ReadingCategory:
infusing new meaning to terracotta, widely associated with historic construction and earthen crafts, eleven poses sustainable structural alternatives. The post sahel alhiyari’s fluted terracotta columns at design doha are an ode to classical antiquity appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the house is a scattered assembly of individual pavilion-style structures, each elevated to about three meters above the ground on steel stilts. The post PAT.’s stilted falcon house is an ode to tropical modernism on kenya’s manda island appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a blend of shapes derived from 60s TV such as curved glass frames, TV sets, and poles present a novel twist on the era's iconic aesthetics. The post taste space’s retro-futuristic bangkok bar is an ode to 60s cinema  appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
raw, unembellished concrete walls, coffered ceilings, and staircase sculptures blend with bold colors within the brutalist environment of the university. The post ode to brutalism: david altrath captures concrete landscape of HAW university in germany appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
warmly-lit and finished in subtle woodsy tone, the sushi bar marks kengo kuma's debut commercial project in singapore. The post kengo kuma’s bamboo-lined SUZUKI sushi bar in singapore is an ode to the japanese forest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the german pavilion presents ‘open for maintenance’    Venice Architecture Biennale 2023: This year, the German Pavilion presents ‘Open for Maintenance’, an inspiring concept dedicated to matters of care, repair, and upkeep. Curated by ARCH+, SUMMACUMFEMMER, and Büro Juliane Greb, the pavilion is squatted in the Giardini through a series of maintenance works
Norwegian knife maker Helle crafts some of the most beautiful knives the world over. Its latest is particularly special, celebrating the past while making a call to action for the future. The new limited-edition Rein knife honors the company's heritage and favorite animal: the reindeer. The knife features an ornate handle crafted from reindeer antler, dark oak and leather and serves as a reminder
the design celebrates the union of faith, spirituality, and community through simple yet dramatic strokes recalling brasilia's urban landscape. The post ARQBR’s strikingly modernist concrete church is an ode to the endless brazilian horizon appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. 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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