each plate from the collection features various black and white drawings, which take on the personality of a frame from a manga anime. read more
‘split’ configures, like a well-organized student’s set of supplies, allowing users to take out the things they need and use, such as a mouse, keyboard, pen etc. read more
the 1st place-winning design for one of the leading technical universities of russia includes housing for 10,000 students, seven departments, several research institutes and a number of other leisure and academic facilities. read more
‘frame book’ allows users to multitask by enlarging various window layers on their PC according to application through touch pad gesture recognizing sensors which are on the sides of the frames. read more
for what would be his 100th birthday, the john lautner foundation is presenting an exhibition on the radical and innovative designs of the iconic american architect. read more
reminiscent of the way objects are presented in galleries around the world, the series features three hand-crafted vessels that are displayed as if they were of social and historical importance.
Having previously worked together to produce the “ Divis Table ,” San Francisco-based studio Mike & Maaike and design company Council have teamed up again to create this accompanying seat. Made from ash and poplar, the “Divis Bench” has been finished in a number of colors, including white and natural wood, and is intended to be used either on its own or in combination with the table as a complete set. Read more at “Divis Bench” by Mike & Maaike for Council