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Bjarke Ingels Group returns to the National Building Museum with unprecedented exhibition installation that shows their Hot to Cold projects all around the globe.
Five ways of living in the world, three projects of food design and a suggestion for an exhibition to visit in the weekend among the stories of the Best of #January.
Born from the collaboration between Tsinghua University & Studio Link-Arc, the Chinese Pavilion for Expo 2015 embodies a “land of hope” through its undulating roof form.
Leaos Solar E-Bike is a “self-sufficient” bicycle, that integrates solar panels in the carbon frame, trasforming them into a design elements with aesthetic values.
Benjamin Hubert has launched Beacon, a pendant and desk light that celebrates purity of form and shows how light itself can be used an integral element to the design.
With the porcelain objects of Plantantion Polish designer Alicja Patanowska try to answer to the need to find a remarkable, almost symbolic use of what has been abandoned.
With her brand Sensoree, future concepts designer Kristin Neidlinger developed a brain animating fashion that maps thoughts and exhibits brain states with color.
The chair Kali, designed by Jasper Morrison, is part of Offecct’s collaboration with an organisation who works towards developing an orphanage in northern Tanzania.
Using golden anodized perforated aluminum, CUT architectures wrapped an existing community centre in Montreuil in a precious cocoon.
Naoto Fukasawa designed for the Japanese telecommunications company KDDI a new Infobar model with elegant design that is comfortable to hold.
Pocket Living – a housing developer for affordable homes – has unveiled Henley Halebrown Rorrison’s Pocket Rotunda scheme, a Palladian model for contemporary affordable housing.
Alessandra Baldereschi created for Seletti a screen to give shape to your own Secret Garden, a safe corner hidden among the trees presented at Maison&Objet.