Archive pour avril, 2017

Le nouveau design d’une boutique Camper à Tokyo

The Japanese architects from Schemata Architects studio have come up with a new minimalist and functional design for a Camper shop in Tokyo. They are part of the current global trend in design that is committed to exploring new ways of thinking space, to live, to recycle, giving birth to an urban aesthetic without frills, idea developed in the concept « Urban Rough From the FRONT theme of our Influences and Design Fall Winter 18-19 notebook.

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Kniterate, la nouvelle machine à tricoter digitale

C’est en constatant la difficulté des élèves en école de mode à manier des machines à tricoter traditionnelles que Gerard Rubio et Triambak Saxena ont conçu le projet Kniterate : une machine à tricoter qui opère selon la même méthode que les imprimantes 3D, où la pièce est conçue sur un logiciel intégré à la machine. 

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Le robot Puffer, un grand pas pour l’homme

C’est un petit robot, mais un grand pas pour l’humanité. Afin d’explorer Mars dans de meilleures conditions, la Nasa vient en effet de mettre au point un micro robot pliant baptisé Puffer, censé venir en aide aux machines que sont Curiosity ou the Mars 2020 Rover.

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La distillerie Javornik

Where stood an old farm of 19 th century, in the village of Javornik Czech Republic, the architects of ADR Studio has invented a new space to create the Javornik distillery. The authors of this site between tradition and modernity have redesigned the place so as to preserve its original strengths and charms, while adding a touch of design using raw materials with clean lines.

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Le design textile expérimental d’Aleksandra Gaca

At the crossroads between architecture and textiles, Aleksandra Gaca invents a new world in which materials become alive by gaining volume. A vision made possible by modern technologies, as well as an artistic sensibility that has improved during studies in the Netherlands.

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Quand les palettes de bois se font design responsable

And if the best way to invent the design of tomorrow was to reuse yesterday’s materials to create new ones? This is at least the responsible approach adopted by the Korean creative studio Craft Combine which, with its chairs made from used wood pallets, is part of the upcycling movement followed today by many of them. engaged designers.

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Refik Anadol nous plonge dans un univers parallèle

On the initiative of the artist Refik Anadol, the Austin SXSW festival in Texas, proposed at the end of March an immersion in an experimental universe conducive to daydreaming. Named « Infinity Room », its audio and visual installation offers a dive into an artificial world that evokes a parallel universe, beyond the physical.

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