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Neal Aronowitz crafts a new table collection entitled Concrete Canvas

Neal Aronowitz crafts a new table collection entitled Concrete Canvas. The collection is essentially concrete cloth on a roll – a revolutionary material offering endless design possibilities. Amongst those exploring such possibilities is Portland-based artist Neal Aronowitz, who has used the material to craft his ‘Concrete Canvas’ furniture collection. Concrete Canvas consists…

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Moon-Like vases made from layered wax by we+

Moon-Like vases made from layered wax by we+  is a series of orb-shaped vases. The Disguise series was created layer by layer with wax, rotating around and distributing the wax on the interior surface. The results are textured on the inside and when filled with water, rippled light appears as the…

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Colorful hanging screens play with the space in Telaviv

Colorful hanging screens play with the space in Telaviv; they both emphasize and contrast the building’s high ceilings in a lively way. Mesh screens in contrasting colours hang above the heads of diners at Tel Aviv’s Ya Pan bistro, designed by local architects Pitsou Kedem, Irene Goldberg and Sigal Baranowitz. The 70-square-metre…

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The Mygdal Plant Lamps is both a light and a plant

The Mygdal Plant Lamps , as its name implies, is both a light and a plant. This piece, created by the German studio Nui, has been designed based on the idea of the ever increasing importance that plants play in our day to day lives in the urban environment and the clever…

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“Supersymmetry” is the last anamorphic artwork by Truly

“Supersymmetry” is the last anamorphic artwork by Truly | Urban Artists for the opening of the Collegio Carlo Alberto new headquarters. Collegio Carlo Alberto is one of the most prestigious institutions for economic study and research in Torino. It recently moved in its new headquarters, a historical palace located in the…

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A new technology for 3D printing floors

A new technology for 3D printing floors has been developed by the Dutch company Aectual. Aectual uses huge robotic 3D printers to create the framework for its sustainable floors, which it infills with terrazzo. As a result, these floors can be customised to fit spaces of any shape and size and in an endless variety of…

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Japanese collective teamLab brought the ocean indoor

Japanese collective teamLab brought the ocean indoor. The triennial of contemporary art and design is underway at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) and a responsive digital installation by teamLab, “Moving Creates Vortices and Vortices Create Movement”, is once again, stirring up something otherworldly. Those interacting in the dark, mirrored space…

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Zhu Ohmu explores the relationship between human and nature in her art

Zhu Ohmu explores the relationship between human and nature in her art. The Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist Rose Wei — who works under the pseudonym Zhu Ohmu — unveils a unique interpretation of machine methods. For the ceramic “Plantsukuroi” collection, the process of the 3D printer has been mimicked by hand. Ceramic vessels…

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Design objects with wireless-charging technology by Pesi

This series of design objects with wireless-charging technology, created by PESI, charges your electronic goods. Together with Samsung, the Seoul-based studio has created “Composition” a series of thoughtful objects that combine a built-in battery at their base —  enabling them to exist more as design pieces that blend in with the home,…