Dutch design studio Ontwerpduo have completed the interior of a high loft in The Hague. The space is four meters high, and with that in mind, ontwerpduo designed a huge shelf-wall with adjustable colour accents. The living room and bedroom were completely designed in this concept. You can watch a short video of the project on YouTube – here. .
Inspired by mid-engine sports cars, the 84 feet open motor yacht concept SENTORI 84 features a large stern section and a bow-oriented greenhouse, aiming to enhance the living spaces with a formal innovative approach. The concept attains a moving sculpture appearance through its convex and concave surfaces, optically combined with the hull and the greenhouse. The sliding doors along with the foldable comings of the midship salon lounge offers the boarders stunning views of the surrounding sea, w
The Four Seasons by Mia by sabine7 / December 30, 2009 Pop surrealist Mia's eerie fairytale-gone-bad settings take a turn for the darker. The LA-based artist adds a heavy dose of gore to some of her more recent paintings, which are still based on stories in the collective consciousness. The female subject is always of much importance, as Mia tries to inject more complexity into characters that might otherwise remain two-dimensional. It is no surpri
An entry at the Fiat Design, the Italian way competition, the “Panda Splash” by Italian designer Federico Weber is an advanced vehicle that makes use of bionic technology to enhance your riding experience. Designed in collaboration with Danilo Mangini, the hatchback car integrates two flexible interfaces, which move left and right freely on the dashboard to allow easy information management. Featuring a lotus-leaf-inspired interior to improve the management of all the components and functions
© Marco ZantaArchitects: mzc architettura Location: Treviso, Italy Project Team: Mario Marchetti, Fabio Zampiero, Giuseppe Cangialosi Collaborators: Andrea Gemin, Vittorio Massimo Project Year: 2005-2007 Photographs: Marco Zanta An ancient house inside the historical city.A four floors house.© Marco Zantafloor plansThe principal theme from outside is the section on the facade and the non-colour.The theme inside is the function linked to a colour.© Marco ZantaWhite is the internal surface: whi
Introducing the three-dimensional pixelated image to the classical game of chess, designer Scott Cruz has devised an innovative chess set that features the pieces based on a single 3D pixel. The smallest piece in the chess set, the pawn, is a single cube (1.5″ x 1.5″), while each piece further in the hierarchy doubles in cube height. Presenting small pixel details on the face of each piece to represent the potential moves of that individual piece, the chess set measuring 16 x 16 x
Concept cars is what everybody needs in the future. You bet. This right here is a futuristic vision of the Audi cell car set up on independent axles and center turning drive shafts. All of the insides hidden in a fabulously eye-meltingly nice carbon body. Transport you and you loved ones around in style and safety. It’s a must. You think Audi’d market this fabulous auto? Electric motors inside the wheels, L:4220mm, W:1980mm, H:1350mm. Airflow around the wheel body work and axle engi
Architect Bruce Bolander has shared with us a house he has designed in Malibu, California. Visit Bruce Bolander’s website – here. . .
The cassette vehicle concept is a compact, lightweight and simple futuristic transportation solution that can quickly and efficiently transport a person to his or her destination. The concept is consisting of two parts, the electric vehicle itself and the monorail like carrier, which is actually acting as a hub of the vehicles. While, these carriers are a place where the vehicles can get charged, they can be transported too through air suction technique from one center to another. The transport
Chiaroscuro Case by Nick Falzone by Mike / December 30, 2009 Via @designboom, a case mod inspired by the 2008 Olympics Beijing Digital Center building. More at Nick Falzone.
Table by Toshinori Kamiya by Mike / December 30, 2009 Via Spoon & Tomago, "Toshinori Kamiya's humorous attempt at creating the most literal interpretation of a table EVER, had me smiling."
Next up: the five most popular Dezeen stories from July 2009. In first place was Ink Calendar by Spanish designer Oscar Diaz, which uses the capillary action of ink spreading across paper to display the date. House in Nagoya by Japanese studio Suppose Design Office, incorporating a room dedicated to plants, was at number two. In third place was a range of polo shirts created by Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana for fashion brand Lacoste. Office for Metropolitan Architecture