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HYPEBEAST Studio Visit: YOSHIROTTEN

When scrolling through YOSHIROTTEN’s website it’s difficult to determine a common underlying theme behind all of his works. What quickly becomes clear, though, is that the Tokyo-based artist’s discerning eye for combining futuristic and natural elements is equally obscure as it is beautiful. In recent years his undeniable talent has caught the attention of the likes of Boys Boize, DJ Hell, Tiga […]

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Designer Jongha Choi Creates Furniture That Collapses Into Two-Dimensional Art

Those that live in a small apartment are quite familiar with beds, tables, stoves and other tailor-made furniture made to collapse and disappear. However, rarely do these pieces ever make a statement when they are tucked away. Korean designer Jongha Choi has taken the concept of collapsable furniture in a new direction designing a line […]

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Bare All Your Belongings With the Crumpler Vis-A-Vis Transparent Suitcase

The Crunpler Vis-A-Vis luggage is surely an interesting choice for any traveler. While most globetrotters would opt to keep their belongings private, this particular carry case bares it all with a transparent durable polycarbonate shell. The luggage is divided by a heavy duty zipper and bold straps, and also features an integrated TSA lock, cushioned […]

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Zaha Hadid Design Teams up with Porcelanosa for a Luxe Bathroom Collection of the Finest Quality

Zaha Hadid Design joined forces with Porcelanosa to release their Vitae bathroom line that consists of nine pieces, including: a bidet, toilet, faucets, shelving washbasins, mirrors and a bathtub. The Spanish manufacturer meticulously made each piece using the finest porcelain while taking design cues from famed architect Zaha Hadid‘s iconic structures. The most notable product […]

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Faraday Future’s upcoming EV could look like a Toyota

Filed under: Green,Toyota,Green Automakers,Concept Cars,Electric,Future What does it mean? Perhaps that Faraday’s future is a bit more normal looking than the FFZERO1 concept. Continue reading Faraday Future’s upcoming EV could look like a Toyota Faraday Future’s upcoming EV could look like a Toyota originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 25 Jul 2016 17:32:00 EDT. Please […]

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Beijing Bridge Inspired By Olympic Rings

Ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, architecture studio Penda has designed a new bridge connecting Beijing and neighboring city Zhangjiakou where some of the outdoor Olympic games are slated to take place. Inspired by the five Olympic rings, the structure consists of a series of overlapping arcs made from tubular stainless-steel struts. The […]

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This “Kaleidoscopic” Carpet Let’s You Interact With Abstract Art

Artist Miguel Chevalier, who is renowned for his colorful digital works was recently commissioned by the 2016 Milton Keynes International Festival for an installation that would be placed in the town’s Middleton Hall. The project is a “magic carpet” that encompasses a large section of the Hall’s floor, and in true nature of Chevalier’s art, […]

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Elephant Grounds Debuts an Airy Nature-Inspired Space in the Heart of Hong Kong’s Concrete Jungle

CLOT’s co-founder and multi-hyphenate entrepreneur Kevin Poon’s coffee establishment Elephant Grounds has been making its mark in Hong Kong’s F&B scene in a big and bold way. The café/restaurant concept recently debuted a new 1,120-square-foot flagship space in Hong Kong’s trendy Star Street Precinct, solidifying its mark as a hotspot for locals. Designed by JJA […]

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This Wall-Less Hotel Shows Ultimate Panoramic Views of the Swiss Alps

Luxury boutique hotel Null Stern was named after the Swiss phrase for “Zero Stars,” branded as the “world’s first zero-star hotel.” Located inside a former nuclear bunker nestled in the mountains of Graubünden 6,460 feet above sea level, the hotel first opened its doors in 2008 to provide unique mountain-living stays for guests visiting the Swiss Alps. We take a […]

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alt-native Reimagines Kanye West’s Seventh Album with ‘So Help Me God’ Conceptual Release

Before revealing the name of his seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo, Kanye West initially had other titles in mind for the record, such as: So Help Me God, SWISH and WAVES. Although the moniker wasn’t chosen by Yeezy, design collective alt-native elected itself to create a sleek conceptual release for So Help Me God […]

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NYC’s Subway to Receive Much-Needed Upgrades

New York governor Andrew Cuomo has announced plans to upgrade and revamp New York City’s busy public transit system, including some vital and much-needed updates to the city’s subway. The extensive five-year plan includes the rollout of 1,025 new subway cars, including 750 newly-designed “Open Car End”-style trains that swap out doors between cars for an […]

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STÜSSY Livin’ GENERAL STORE Taps Modernica for a Fiberglass Arm Shell Chair

Nobody churns out solid collaborative releases like Stüssy. Having already joined forces with the likes of Champion, Klean Kanteen, Coleman, Medicom Toy, Porter and Kuumba, the iconic streetwear stalwart is back with yet another summertime endeavor. Appearing under Stüssy’s Livin’ GENERAL STORE banner this time around, the new drop comes as an addition to the […]

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