Archive for November, 2017
Would this sofa be better in beige or black? Or how about this table in blue or red? No more difficult choices: Korean design studio Orijeen has designed two pieces of furniture that change colour according to the movements and position of the person looking at them.
This innovative process, which goes against the dictation of seasonal colour trends, is achieved by the use of lenticular imaging.
Japanese fibre industry leader Asahi Kasei exhibited its new ROICA™ Premium Stretch fibre at the Filo exhibition in Milan. An elasticated fibre with excellent properties, ROICA is available in several ranges and boasts innovations that caused a sensation at the latest Italian yarn and fabric event.
Mexican design studio Davidpompa, specialists in lighting, presented Ambra, its latest lamp creations, during Design Week Mexico, held from 11 to 15 October in Mexico City.
In these three cylindrical models, Davidpompa reconciles history and modernity with a bold alliance of copper and pink cantera stone.
In celebration of Goa as a cultural capital representative of the picturesque and unique topography of this Indian state, artist Sudarshan Shetty has joined forces with architect Nuru Karim in designing a project that involves the use of 2,304 hollow boxes to create a pavilion for the school of arts and crafts.
How to rethink an object as simple in its functionality as the zipper? Japanese design studio Nendo does not just offer one, but five reinventions of this everyday object in partnership with YKK, the world leader in fastener and closure manufacturing.
Two years after their first collaboration, American outdoor clothing leader The North Face and iconic trainer brand Vans have once again joined forces to create a new collection, set to be released this winter. For the upcoming season, Supreme’s two historic partners have designed shoes that use The North Face’s innovative Scotchguard® technology.