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The Harbin Opera House Is a Vision From the Distant Future

Situated in China’s northernmost Heilongjiang province, Harbin is an industrial city set amongst a bitterly unforgiving landscape. The last place, therefore, that you would expect to find the sumptuous, sweeping curves of the Harbin Opera House. Designed by MAD Architects, the Opera House seems misplaced from a cityscape of the distant future, featuring a biologically-inspired aluminum exterior […]

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Shinola taps Natas Kaupas for Skateboard Deck Range

Detroit-based lifestyle brand, Shinola prides itself for manufacturing its goods in America, and therefore creating new jobs. Keeping true to its local roots, Shinola has partnered with Santa Monica skateboarder, Natas Kaupas for its latest project; a limited run of 100 skateboard decks which will showcase original artworks, and Kaupas’ signature, vibrant illustrations. The decks will be available at Shinola’s […]

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Elio Motors completes ‘final’ design stage

Filed under: Green, Plants/Manufacturing, Fuel Efficiency, Green Automakers High-MPG trike maker Elio Motors says it can start testing prototype for ride, safety. Continue reading Elio Motors completes ‘final’ design stage Elio Motors completes ‘final’ design stage originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 28 Apr 2016 18:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. […]

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Buckminster Fuller’s Biosphere Dome Might Get a Twin Made of Plants

Montreal’s Expo 67 was the most successful World’s Fair in history, a vision of the future laced with monorails and space-age architecture. Its stunning centerpiece was the Biosphere, a 250-foot tall geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller, which remained on the site after the fair left town. For the 50th anniversary of the Expo, one […]

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It’s About Time Someone Redesigned Crutches to Be Comfortable

Using a set of crutches while recovering from an injury is a minor inconvenience. But for anyone with physical challenges that require longterm crutch use, the devices can be a major barrier. This well-done redesign finally makes crutches more comfortable to use, and gives the user more freedom of movement. Read more… Continue Reading from […]

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The Vard 1 – 08 Kilkea Superyacht That Knows No Bounds

Merging luxury aesthetic with extreme performance, Shackleton Superyachts & International Shipbuilders Vard have teamed up with the stylists at Bannenberg & Rowell Design to deliver the Vard 1 – 08 Kilkea superyacht. Unlike most yachts which are typically designed for fairly comfortable waters like those of the Caribbean and Mediterranean, this yacht is designed to […]

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IKEA Taps Katie Eary for Its Inaugural Fashion Collection

IKEA has launched a new collection of furnishings in partnership with menswear designer, Katie Eary. Titled Giltig, the London-based designer who is known for her loud and psychedelic prints takes us away from the minimal Swedish aesthetic we’re accustomed to, and introduces us to a world where brightly colored fish and eyeballs are used as all-over prints. Inspired […]

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Felipe Pantone x Hoonigan 2016 Capsule Collection

Two visions from kinetic street art and race car backgrounds are brought together for Hoonigan‘s Racing Division team this year. The motorsports-lifestyle brand has linked pro driver and DC Shoes co-founder Ken Block and artist Felipe Pantone together to create a series of artwork across eight canvases at Hoonigan HQ, which was transformed into Block’s 2016 race livery and his Ford Focus RS […]

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Graphic Designer Recreates Streetwear Brand Logos with Google Maps

Milan-based graphic designer Corrado Grilli has created an awesome series of Google Maps screenshots titled “Branded Cities.” The iconic logos from A Bathing Ape, Palace, Jordan, Supreme, GARÇONS PLAY and Carhartt have been recreated using the app’s blue direction router across the maps of various cities. Check it out above and head over to the artist’s website […]

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Modern Dutch Bicycles by Mokumono

For over a century, cycling has been a major part of day-to-day life for the Dutch. Whether for work, shopping or leisure, almost everyone including the Prime Minister rides a bike. Though the Netherlands has been at at the forefront of bike manufacturing for quite some time, not many locals have innovated the two-wheeler past its customary […]

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These Scandinavian-Style Star Wars Lamps Could Vanquish the Dark Side

Designer Eyal Rosenthal has imagined what a line of Star Wars-inspired home lamps might look like. The project started off as an April Fools’ joke, with Rosenthal premiering the Boba Fett-, Darth Maul- and Vader-inspired fixtures as part of a minimalist Scandinavian-style lookbook, complete with umlaut-heavy names and product descriptions sourced from the respective characters’ […]

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