Absurdity – that's how world-renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma describes the determination of Tokyo families to own a patch of land, no matter how small, in the world's most populated city. But it's an absurdity that results in architectural outliers: tiny yet unique family homes. Kuma's musings appear in French photographer Jérémie Souteyrat's 144-page study of Tokyo's urban landscape, titled Tokyo no Ie (Tokyo Houses)
What is the iWatch all about? It’s a little about being a wearable device, time teller, sci-fi and magic. Perhaps we are getting ahead of ourselves here, but since we are into the home stretch and the iPhone 6 will be soon announced
Traditional fashion schools are in the business of producing the runway stars of tomorrow.
the installation collects heart beat data from people during a fixed time, at a specific location and translates it into generative art The post heart bot by intel and sms audio generates artwork with cardiac rates appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
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Hand made solid walnut cluster tables by Christian Woo in Vancouver, BC. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com )
Studio Bup’s Peggy desk sports a cork and pegboard back and is designed for small workspaces and apartments.
Incredible re-arranged photographs by Vancouver-based artist Ed Spence. Ed painstakingly cuts photographs with an x-acto blade to make “pixels” and then re-arranges the pieces based on colour to make intricate patterns
This unique set of hand tools from ChauhanStudio -a London based industrial design practice founded by Tej Chauhan- are designed to turn a once industrial item into a tool that will fit in outside of the workshop. (Want more
Featured on Yanko earlier this year, we’re excited to announce that the revolutionary nCycle has move to a prototype phase… which means one step closer to you! Conceived as the ultimate expression of automotive beauty for e-bikes, the nCycle incorporates only the very essence of the vehicle itself and discards all the superfluous elements.