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Mazda revamping dealers with ‘Retail Evolution’

Filed under: Design/Style, Mazda, Car Dealers Mazda introduces its new dealership design language called Retail Evolution, focusing on a more upscale feel and open-plan spaces. Continue reading Mazda revamping dealers with ‘Retail Evolution’ Mazda revamping dealers with ‘Retail Evolution’ originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 30 Aug 2015 11:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for [...]

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Études Studio x NEW TENDENCY for Paris Design Week

Creative Paris/New York based collective Études Studios has teamed up with interdisciplinary Berlin design company NEW TENDENCY in light of this year’s forthcoming Paris Design Week. Characterized by a mutual understanding for contemporary design, the latest release takes the form of a regionally crafted META side table and follows its usual functional form while being [...]

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Snow Peak Food-Grade Silicon Cups

Snow Peak is offering its own take on the silicon cup — an unbreakable and flexible material making it the perfect versatile drinking solution. Straying away from its usual materials of wood and titanium, the silicon is of course food-grade and safe to use with any beverage — even hot ones. Available now at Snow Peak’s [...]

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The Best Operations Security Propaganda Posters From World War II

“Loose tweets destroy fleets.” That’s the slogan of the United States Air Force’s latest operations security (OPSEC) campaign, and if the phrase sounds familiar, don’t be surprised. We collected 50 propaganda posters from World War II that show an age when keeping military secrets was a matter of life or death. Read more… Continue Reading [...]

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velonia “Viks” Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Bicycle company velonia is known for its innovative carbon fiber cycling products. Its latest design updates the popular ‘Viks’ model with a custom built Slovenian carbon fiber frame. The lightweight bike weighs only four kilograms (approximately nine pounds), much lighter than the standard stainless steel ones that weight seven kilos. The model also features a gates carbon belt drive, [...]

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OPTIMEDIA Media Offices by Nefa Architects

Moscow-based OPTIMEDIA has just redesigned its office space in the city courtesy of compatriot design agency Nefa Architects. For the project, Nefa’s lead designer Dmitry Ovcharov explains that the concept of the design harkens back to the organizational structure of art galleries – putting each individual workspace on display. A sense of privacy is still [...]

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Formerly Yes Store in Los Angeles

Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles is Formerly Yes, a husband-and-wife-helmed minimal home store. Right across from the ACE Hotel, Formerly Yes aims to offer items for the space-conscious individual. The couple first lived on a sailboat after getting married, bestowing upon them a sense of space conservation and how to best use space [...]

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These Candles Cry but Are Still Adorable

New Korean company The Jacks has designed some candles that perfectly tread the line between macabre and cute. Shaped like ears, antlers or brains, the candles slowly melt through the ceramic holder’s eyes to create a dripping/crying effect. The Jacks was founded by a group of friends who met at Hongik University in Seoul, consisting of [...]

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HYPEBEAST Spaces: blueprint Hong Kong

Situated on the 16th and 17th floors of Cornwall House in Quarry Bay, we explored the inner works of blueprint. The two-floor, 10,000-square-foot space brings originality in concept and design dedicated to building a tech community like no other. With aims of providing a workspace that enables selected start-ups access to professional support and interaction [...]

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