Artecnica Fall 2009 Collection
This week, Los Angeles-design firm Artecnica launched its Fall 2009 Collection at the New York International Gift Fair. Reuniting with whimsical Dutch designer Tord Boontje and introducing new collaborations with Brooklyn-based designer Karl Zahn and global advertising agency TBWA, the collection offers pretty and practical products for affordable prices.
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- Perhaps the most beloved prefix these days for events and design projects -- aside from 'eco-' of course -- is 'pop-up.' Where there used to be only pop-up books and greeting cards in the olden days…
- What is a paper engineer? Something like an architect—but for paper. (Think pop-up books and origami, not bridges and skyscrapers.)
- Earth Day has come and gone, but the celebration continues in New York. Sustainability is here to stay. And so is good design. And shopping. And home supplies.
- Eager for public space, communities re-create their streets as temporary cafes, playgrounds, and bike lanes.
- Dwell on Design 2013 will again host the A+R Pop-Up Shop, now in its fifth year.
- Picture this: You’re standing on the subway. The train begins to fill, begins to move, it lurches forward and the man standing next to you grabs the bar, right above your hand.
Heavy metal gets the light touch with this delicate votive holder. It’s a micro-fireplace that eschews fancy pyrotechnics for a simple, single flame. All Bright Times takes is a simple pull to transform the flat patterned sheet into a 3-D shrine to shine. After that it’s a modern shadow show: Just light a candle, sit back, and watch its lo-fi effects transform your darkened walls.
- I'm not sure whether “pop-up” is just a buzz word or a new trend, but the "pop-up" label has been slapped on sorts of events and venues across the British capital during London…