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  • Escher's work lies "between the impossible and the possible" says Nendo's Oki Sato
    by Sebastian Jordahn on January 17, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    The work of Dutch graphic artist MC Escher has influenced all designers, says Oki Sato in this exclusive video produced by Dezeen. Sato and his design studio Nendo was commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia to design an exhibition Escher's work which opened last month. Sato told Dezeen that the main theme The post Escher's work lies "between the impossible and the possible" says Nendo's Oki Sato appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Proctor and Shaw uses grooved wooden wall to divide London apartment
    by Natasha Levy on January 17, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    A grooved timber partition is the focal point of this pared-back apartment in central London, which Proctor and Shaw has decked out in ceramic-inspired hues. Situated on the third floor of a four-storey residential block in Marylebone, the apartment has been completely reconfigured by architecture studio Proctor and Shaw, with only a handful of fixed The post Proctor and Shaw uses grooved wooden wall to divide London apartment appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Five roles in graphic design including jobs at the Science Museum and Foster + Partners
    by Dezeen Jobs on January 17, 2019 at 8:30 AM

    Our selection of the best roles for architectural visualisers, graphic designers and illustrators available on Dezeen Jobs include positions with the Science Museum and Foster + Partners. Senior graphic designer at the Science Museum The Science Museum has a vacancy for a senior graphic designer to join its team in London. As part of the The post Five roles in graphic design including jobs at the Science Museum and Foster + Partners appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • David Chipperfield develops "casual" desk system for e15
    by Ali Morris on January 17, 2019 at 7:00 AM

    British architect David Chipperfield has created a modular workstation, made using traditional joinery techniques, for German furniture company e15.  Launched at this week's IMM Cologne trade show, e15 said that the Basis modular workstation is a "smart and casual" desk system designed to cater to the needs of modern living and working. The desk design is an The post David Chipperfield develops "casual" desk system for e15 appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Voids and openings provide views and sea breezes at Patio House by OOAK
    by Alyn Griffiths on January 17, 2019 at 5:00 AM

    This concrete holiday home on Greek island Karpathos cantilevers over a rocky cliff and features an open-air dining area that looks out across the Aegean Sea. Stockholm-based architecture office OOAK designed the property for a couple living in Paris, who enjoyed travelling to Greece to windsurf. The house stands on a cliffside plot with panoramic The post Voids and openings provide views and sea breezes at Patio House by OOAK appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • West Elm becomes sole retailer of Good Thing products
    by Bridget Cogley on January 16, 2019 at 9:00 PM

    Brooklyn independent design brand Good Thing has announced its homeware will now be sold exclusively by American furniture retailer West Elm. Later this year, West Elm will begin stocking products in-store and online from the range currently produced by Good Thing – a brand started in by Canadian designer Jamie Wolfond in 2014. "This ride The post West Elm becomes sole retailer of Good Thing products appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Prefabricated micro home Monocabin is fully customisable
    by Jenna McKnight on January 16, 2019 at 7:00 PM

    Milan's Mandalaki Design Studio has teamed up with American company BoutiqueHomes to offer an Italian-made prefabricated home, aiming to simplify the design and construction process. Encompassing 27 square metres (291 square feet), the Monocabin contains a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living/dining area. Designed by Milan-based Mandalaki Design Studio, the micro home recently became available for purchase The post Prefabricated micro home Monocabin is fully customisable appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Modular pavilion at Vietnamese tea farm made from 2,000 wooden crosses
    by Siufan Adey on January 16, 2019 at 5:00 PM

    Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Dang + Partners have slotted together 2,000 modular wooden elements to create a porous white pavilion for tea farmers in rural Vietnam. The pavilion is nestled amongst the Thanh An Tea Hills, a fertile region of northern central Vietnam where clusters of small islands in the Dap Cau Cau lake are cultivated for the production of The post Modular pavilion at Vietnamese tea farm made from 2,000 wooden crosses appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Tom Dixon designs retro-futurist suites for Virgin's first cruise ship
    by Natashah Hitti on January 16, 2019 at 3:46 PM

    British designer Tom Dixon brings retro-futurism to the seas with his rock-and-roll-inspired suite designs for Virgin Voyages' first cruise ship, The Scarlet Lady, due to set sail in 2020. Virgin Voyages – Virgin Group's cruise line – has revealed the visuals of the interiors for its first cruise ship, which is currently being built with an The post Tom Dixon designs retro-futurist suites for Virgin's first cruise ship appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Las Vegas chapel Til Death Do Us Part by Joshua Vides features line-drawn details
    by Eleanor Gibson on January 16, 2019 at 3:00 PM

    Graphic designer and visual artist Joshua Vides has created a chapel in a Las Vegas hotel, for couples to tie the knot in an "Instagram-worthy" setting. Vides' 800-square-foot (74.3-square-metre) installation is erected at the Palms Casino Resort. From 18 January 2019, it will be available to hire for wedding ceremonies, vow renewals and accompanying photos. The The post Las Vegas chapel Til Death Do Us Part by Joshua Vides features line-drawn details appeared first on Dezeen. […]

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