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Felipe Pantone Creates a Series of Limited-Edition Skate Deck Designs

Felipe Pantone has recently taken his tech-motivated graphic creations over to the skate culture community — forging a range of limited-edition skate decks. Skateboard manufacturer Miller Division and multidisciplinary art platform Ink and Movement have joined forces to create a signature series designed in cooperation with a choice selection of contemporary artists. The very first […]

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Sinot Presents a 120 Meter-long “Nature” Yacht Concept

Exclusive yacht design company Sinot presents a 120 meter-long concept yacht/vessel called “Nature.” The enormous yacht has a lush inner garden that utilizes climate control technology. It has an upper deck observatory that creates a one-of-a-kind platform to see the open waters. Other features include a luxurious VIP room, spa deck, gym and swimming pool. […]

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MAD Architects Proposes Turning Paris’s Tour Montparnasse Into a Giant Mirror

Beijing-based firm MAD Architects has announced a mind-boggling proposal for the Tour Montparnasse skyscraper in Paris, France. The surreal renovation scheme focuses on creating a monumental lighting installation that portrays an upturned reflection of the French capital including the world-renowned Eiffel Tower — a mirror effect of sorts. The design itself consists of differently-angled glass […]

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This House Is a Slice of L.A. Living Brought to Kuala Lumpur

Fabian Tan Architects’ latest project has been to rework the Eigent House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,  revitalized by the studio with a brief to modernize the home whilst preserving its existing layout and form. This was achieved through extending certain rooms, creating continuity via color and making openings in the double-height dining area for the appearance of spaciousness. […]

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This House Is a Slice of L.A. Living Brought to Kuala Lumpur

Fabian Tan Architects’ latest project has been to rework the Eigent House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,  revitalized by the studio with a brief to modernize the home whilst preserving its existing layout and form. This was achieved through extending certain rooms, creating continuity via color and making openings in the double-height dining area for the appearance of spaciousness. […]

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Brandalism & Medicom’s New ‘Bomb Hugger’ Toy Honors Banksy’s Original Stencil

UK anti-advertising imprint Brandalism has partnered once again with Medicom on new figurine spotlighting Banksy’s iconic Bomb Hugger artwork. The anti-war piece portrays a young girl wrapping her arms around a nuclear missile — first debuted by London’s Pictures on Walls in 2003 as a limited edition print. The latest sculpture marks the second polystone iteration from […]

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This Minimal Japanese House Mixes Modernity With Tradition

Situated in the Japanese hillside village of Ohue, this house mixes its minimal and modern design aesthetic with a picturesque location and more traditional architecture. “House in Ohue” is divided into three sections, each of which has a sloped roof that aims to harmonise with the surrounding houses and the nearby mountain ridgeline. While the roof […]

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Porsche Introduces Its First Hybrid Superyacht, the GTT 115

Last week, Rolls-Royce revealed plans for an autonomous ship that could be utilized for key naval operations like military surveillance, patrolling and mine detection. Now, another respected luxury vehicle manufacturer is going beyond land and exploring the market that dominates the world’s oceans. Following last month’s announcement concerning the Cayenne SUV, Porsche has introduced a […]

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HOPE Celebrates the 25th-Anniversary of Lammhults Campus Chair

Storied furniture purveyor, Lammhults, recently teamed up with Stockholm-based fashion label HOPE to celebrate the 25th-anniversary of the Campus chair. Designed by famed Danish design duo Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen in 1992, since its release the Campus chair design has served as a representation of impeccable subtle functional Scandinavian design. In honor of the […]

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A Historic Silo Has Been Transformed Into South Africa’s Biggest Art Museum

Divisive British designer Thomas Heatherwick, shortlisted earlier this year for the World Building of 2017 Award, has now turned his talents to the South African art scene. Beginning with a historic, disused, grain silo Heatherwick has created a network of 80 gallery spaces and transformed the building into the country’s biggest art museum — Zeitz MOCAA. […]

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Inside the Hotel Bringing Brutalist Design to an Italian Mountainscape

Brutalist architecture is more commonly associated with inner-city locations than the foot of picturesque Italian mountains. The Ballguthof Hotel at the base of Monte Viglio in Northern Italy — opened earlier this year and designed by Italian architects Bergmeisterwolf — with its concrete exterior and clean lines, however, is an architectural rally against its rural location. Despite its […]

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