An abstract mural is just one of the vivid features that Amber Road and Lymesmith have incorporated in the extensive overhaul of this Sydney home , which has been finished in a variety of “joyful” colours.
the cabin is located in a rural setting and stands as an urban form in contrast to its surroundings. The post AB architects constructs a compact mobile workspace in lebanon appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
This week on Dezeen, the Creative Industries Federation, Norman Foster and David Chipperfield signed a letter calling for a People’s Vote , and Opposite Office imagined Buckingham Palace as a co-living space. Read more
Industrial designers Marco Maturo and Alessio Roscini from Studio Klass have created a collection of geometric rugs informed by Italian Renaissance paintings. Read more
appearing both introvert and extrovert, the asymmetrical shell of technicon’s yacht mixes sculptural shapes on one side and softer surfaces on the other. The post technicon designs carat 187 superyacht’s exterior with split personalities appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
Volvo Living Seawall – made of tiles designed to mimic the root structure of mangrove trees this seawall turns into a viable marine habitat that attract filter-feeding organisms. Fifty have been installed in Sydney Harbour to combat urbanisation and pollution
‘nexus world housing’ packs 24 individual residences in two blocks. The post japanese housing complex designed by OMA in 1991 is now on sale appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
Mood board: Since arriving at the label, Jason Basmajian has nurtured the idea of a tailored jacket with a sportier flair. His clothes have an intergenerational appeal. Inspiration for A/W 2019 came from a visit to the Oceania exhibition at the Royal Academy in London late last year which marked 250 years since Captain James Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific.
‘My goal with this show was to use the new work and the old work to show that I’ve been doing the same thing for 40 years,’ says Roy McMakin, whose work ranges from full-scale houses to dressers he’s bought in vintage stores to bronze casts of vases found decades ago to photographs (sometimes of dressers) to other photographs (of other stuff) to drawings (frequently of dressers) to a general sense that he’s up to something deeply profound. The conceptual artist is talking from his San Diego home about his recently opened New York exhibition at Garth Greenan Gallery.
Mood board: Husband-and-wife designers Luke and Lucie Meier looked to create balance, pairing sharp tailoring with a softened approach to building a modern wardrobe. The cerebral minimalism of the label’s founder has been through a few hands in the last decade and its current gatekeepers are closer to defining their own epoch