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  • Himalayan salt block chair

    New York-based designer Gregory Beson has crafted a magnificent sculptural chair made from 76 pink Himalayan salt blocks, in an attempt to examine how humanity exploits natural resources. The piece mimics the design of Louis Kahn’s Californian research facility and modernist architectural icon, the Salk Institute. Beson was motivated to make the chair as a way to comment on our...
  • I was born – the existence of the earth

    At Rokko Meets Art 2019, Hajime Yoshida Architecture and Yoshihiro Mikami created an art installation that changes the way we see the earth. The land art piece, dubbed ‘I was born’, was created for Rokko Meets Art 2019 festival in Rokkosan, Japan. The artists cut a hole in the ground and covered it in a bold red. The installation sits...
  • Prefabricated stilt homes – Bali

    Bali-based architect Alexis Dornier has developed a concept for prefabricated homes that could easily be taken apart and reassembled in a new location. The innovative Stilt Studios are small homes on stilts, which could be erected in a variety of different places without causing any damage to the landscape. The design champions the principles of the circular economy, which calls...
  • Alpine house in Queenstown NZ

    The initial brief for this project located in Queenstown NZ, required a sanctuary from which to take in the breathtaking alpine landscape, one that could engage with view of mountain ranges to all sides while offering protection from the harsh extremes of an alpine terrace. Designed by legendary Fearon Hay architects, the scheme arranges four rectangular building forms around a...
  • The evolution of the Miss Oops

    Yovanovitch has transformed the R & Company gallery space into several domestic scenes to display the collection titled Love. He has decorate the interior to bring life to the imaginary character Miss Oops, who regularly appears in his designs. The exhibition leads guests through an unfolding narrative centred around an imaginary recurring character in the designer’s work called Miss Oops....
  • a living lab -Palm Springs

    Designed to be “simple, elegant and replicable”, the home serves as the private residence of Joel and Meelena Turkel, founders of Boston-based Turkel Design. The studio specialises in creating upscale homes using prefabricated elements. The Turkels purchased the Palm Springs property several years ago and set out to create a new home for their family that capitalises on the region’s...
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