Kendall Buster creates huge sculptural works inspired by the molecular world
Aside from having a great name, Kendall Buster’s work has the advantage of coming from one of the great fodder-generators for this here blog, Neil, who I will from now on refer to as my frien…
michael hansmeyer at gwangju design biennale 2011
architect and programmer michael hansmeyer has shared with us images of 'the sixth order', his latest project conceived for the gwangju design biennale 2011 in korea.
KERF PAVILION – MIT
If you find yourself in the streets of Boston and wondering around MIT you may come across the Kerf Pavilion by Brian Hoffer, Christopher Mackey, Tyler Crain, and Dave Miranowski. The pavilion is …
Movie: Lawrence Lek at Designers in Residence 2012
Movie of Lawrence Lek discussing Designers in Residence at the Design Museum, filmed by Alice Masters.
Collage Tiles, Randomly Composed Art Wall Covering W/acoustical Benefits.
These collage tiles are composed randomly from recycled wood remnants and when installed bathe any space with warm feeling and texture which is meditative, sanded to a soft finish and protected with lacquer and wax. The works convey an energized tranquility, a chaotic Brutalism from accidental beginnings. PRICED by the square foot, these hardwood panels function both as decorative art and acoustic baffles for large spaces. No two panels are alike, each is a random collage and they can be…
Articles about visionary architecture chris bosse cloud city on Dwell.com
When German architect and LAVA co-founder Chris Bosse was asked to conceive The City of the Future for the CUSP: Designing Into the Next Decade exhibition at the Australian Design Center, it was like letting a racehorse out of the gates. Even before his visionary work on the unforgettable Watercube of Beijing Olympics fame, Bosse had been applying his Frei Otto sensibilities to lightweight, revolutionary, futurist architecture with signature glam and vigor. The City of the Future brings the…
Inflatable Architecture That Doesn't Blow
What does the future of architecture look like? For four young designers living in Providence, it’s time to blow everything up.