The landscaping appears to be based on the mullet principle: business in the front, as seen here (manicured grid lawn, with native vegetation sprouting in careful symmetry), party in the back (sunflowers and wild mountain grass growing in harmonious chaos).
The landscaping appears to be based on the mullet principle: business in the front, as seen here (manicured grid lawn, with native vegetation sprouting in careful symmetry), party in the back (sunflowers and wild mountain grass growing in harmonious chaos).
Noguchi lamp, meet the business-card-carrying ceramic monkey.
Noguchi lamp, meet the business-card-carrying ceramic monkey.
“Design is not about objects. It’s about relationships,” she said. “Design should appeal to the humanity and imagination of the viewer.” During her presentation she talked at length about her work for KLM, the Dutch Airline. In addition to creating a new business class cabin interior, she also repurposed a mountain of discarded flight attendant uniforms and respun the yarn for the carpet. She also shared her design process for establishing the new color family that would work with KLM’s established dark blue hues. “Color changes when you are above the clouds,” she said. Therefore she took a series of different swaths of fabrics onto a Lufthansa flight and tested them out—guerrilla design testing lab. Here, a model of the cabin interior, 2013.
“Design is not about objects. It’s about relationships,” she said. “Design should appeal to the humanity and imagination of the viewer.” During her presentation she talked at length about her work for KLM, the Dutch Airline. In addition to creating a new business class cabin interior, she also repurposed a mountain of discarded flight attendant uniforms and respun the yarn for the carpet. She also shared her design process for establishing the new color family that would work with KLM’s established dark blue hues. “Color changes when you are above the clouds,” she said. Therefore she took a series of different swaths of fabrics onto a Lufthansa flight and tested them out—guerrilla design testing lab. Here, a model of the cabin interior, 2013.
Scaletta (nA Nakayama Architect co.: Hokkaido, Japan)

With a box-in-box structure that recalls a Breuer home stood on its end, this sleek business complex gets plenty of notice with its thin frame.
Scaletta (nA Nakayama Architect co.: Hokkaido, Japan) With a box-in-box structure that recalls a Breuer home stood on its end, this sleek business complex gets plenty of notice with its thin frame.
Laneway, Centre Place and Flinders Lane
Laneway, Centre Place and Flinders Lane
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt