Lahofer Winery by Chybik + Kristof features undulating roof with amphitheatre
by Cajsa Carlson on August 6, 2020 at 11:30 AM
Architecture studio Chybik + Kristof has topped the Lahofer Winery in the Czech Republic with a walkable roof with an open-air theatre. The concrete winery in a vineyard near the villages of Dobšice and Suchohrdly, was designed for Lahofer – one of the largest wine producers in the Czech Republic. Chybik + Kristof drew on the The post Lahofer Winery by Chybik + Kristof features undulating roof with amphitheatre appeared first on Dezeen.
Danielle Elsener develops "zero-waste" design system to reform fashion industry
by Jennifer Hahn on August 6, 2020 at 11:00 AM
Royal College of Art graduate Danielle Elsener has created a toolkit to help fashion designers reduce waste and save "an insane amount of money" through more efficient pattern cutting. The project, which was recently declared the winner of Virgil Abloh's sustainable design programme in partnership with Evian, consists of a system of tools and workshops The post Danielle Elsener develops "zero-waste" design system to reform fashion industry appeared first on Dezeen.
Accelerate sixth form students explore dichotomies in 2020 show
by India Block on August 6, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Students of Accelerate, a UK design mentorship scheme run by Open City and the Bartlett, explore the theme of dichotomies in their graduate show. Now in its seventh year, Accelerate organises workshops and mentoring sessions for a group of 30 to 40 sixth form school students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in the architecture industry. The post Accelerate sixth form students explore dichotomies in 2020 show appeared first on Dezeen.
Longhouse by Partners Hill spans 110 metres across Australian bushland
by Natasha Levy on August 6, 2020 at 9:00 AM
Architecture practice Partners Hill has designed this lengthy shed-style home in the Australian town of Daylesford, Victoria to incorporate living, cooking and agricultural facilities. Described by Partners Hill as "a study in inclusion", Longhouse contains a farm, restaurant-cum-cookery school, guest rooms and living quarters for its owners, Ronnen Goren and Trace Streeter. The practice worked The post Longhouse by Partners Hill spans 110 metres across Australian bushland appeared first on Dezeen.
Stealth is an identification gadget that grants access to devices via the roof of your mouth
by Natashah Hitti on August 6, 2020 at 8:00 AM
A team of design graduates have developed a wearable device that is hidden in the mouth as a "surveillance-proof" authentication method that could replace fingerprints and facial recognition. The device, called Stealth, would keep users' sensitive, digital information safe by replacing passwords with an authentication interface that verifies the user's identity using mouth biometrics. Sharing The post Stealth is an identification gadget that grants access to devices via the roof of your mouth appeared first on Dezeen.
Grid by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Established & Sons
by Dezeen staff on August 6, 2020 at 7:00 AM
Products fair: Established & Sons has extended its Grid collection of modular room dividers with variations designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. The expansion offers users "a base for modular seating, shelves, tables, charging stations and screens" that can be combined in various configurations to divide rooms and create multifunctional spaces. It was developed by The post Grid by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Established & Sons appeared first on Dezeen.
A6A constructs charred-wood off-grid cabin in Ustaritz
by Cajsa Carlson on August 6, 2020 at 1:00 AM
Bordeaux studio A6A has created Heva, a black pine-clad cabin designed for off-grid living, in Ustaritz, south-west France. The 22-square-metre timber cabin was designed by A6A for the studio's co-founder Michel Hardoin as a small house that could be taken anywhere. It was named Heva, which stands for "Habiter un espace de vie autonome" and translates into The post A6A constructs charred-wood off-grid cabin in Ustaritz appeared first on Dezeen.
Collective installs stage in New York ONS Clothing store
by Kristine Klein on August 5, 2020 at 5:00 PM
Architecture firm Collective has inserted a stage with a green curtain for hosting events in the back of the ONS Clothing store in New York City. The flagship location of ONS, a menswear apparel brand, is located on 201 Mulberry Street in New York's Nolita neighbourhood. It is located inside an existing structure situated 1.5 metres The post Collective installs stage in New York ONS Clothing store appeared first on Dezeen.
Arquipélago Arquitetos builds low-slung Brazilian house with rammed earth
by Bridget Cogley on August 5, 2020 at 2:00 PM
São Paulo studio Arquipélago Arquitetos has built a house with walls made of rammed earth in the countryside of Brazil. House in Cunha, or Casa em Cunha in Portuguese, is named after is location in the mountainous municipality of Cunha, which is a 2.5-hour drive from São Paulo and known for its ceramics. Arquipélago Arquitetos The post Arquipélago Arquitetos builds low-slung Brazilian house with rammed earth appeared first on Dezeen.
Last chance to enter Timber Trade Federation's Conversations about Climate Change competition
by Dezeen staff on August 5, 2020 at 1:00 PM
Dezeen promotion: there are just three weeks left to enter the Timber Trade Federation's Conversations about Climate Change design competition. The competition challenges designers and craftspeople to create innovative, playful and thought-provoking designs using sustainably sourced tropical timber, in a bid to show the importance of the natural resource. Creations can be anything from a piece The post Last chance to enter Timber Trade Federation's Conversations about Climate Change competition appeared first on Dezeen.
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