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visualvibs:

Block by Joel Plosz Twitter: @Trendgrafeed
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nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
nirtober:

Shaz Madani / LCC Summer Shows Exhibition
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arquicomics:

superarchitects:

SUBMISSION FOR 1407 BROADWAY COMPETITION
FIRST PLACE, JURY PRIZE 
CAIO BARBOZA, caio.cbarboza@gmail.com
JOSEPH KENNEDY, jhk247@cornell.edu
NATALIE KWEE, natkwee@gmail.com
A new method of spatial organization and information presentation for the workplace of the (near) future, (Print Screen) is a commercial product that can be purchased, shipped and installed in the structural grid of any open floor plan. The package includes a kit of large format industrial printers attached vertically to columns that uses a high-strength, lightweight and soundproof paper (patent pending!) that users can print on and arrange to partition and create spaces that accommodate a variety of uses.
(Print Screen) aims to bring the built environment up to speed with current technologies and create a full integration between architecture and information. (Print Screen) confronts the indeterminacy of the growing business with an adaptable nature that is able to accommodate short term growth and the specific needs of the work environment without sacrificing the ability to personalize one’s own space.
Rather than pinning up paper to a wall, information is printed directly onto the surfaces of the workspace as they are created and deployed. Got an important meeting with several clients? No problem! Just press (Print Screen) and the walls of the conference room are printed with the information for presentation with the space scaled to accommodate it.  When the meeting is over, the walls of the conference room can be taken down and recycled, allowing for different uses to occur in the same space on an abbreviated cycle. With a quick click of the mouse, an entire space can transform from a series of individual cubicles to an open space for a fashion show or event.
(Print Screen) adapts the workspace to respond to the fast flow and instant gratification of information, combining flexible open space with the need for privacy and enclosure at the push of a button.

Nice!
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pricebullington:

Marcel Dzama
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designaemporter:


Andrew Adams
designaemporter:


Andrew Adams
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Andrew Adams
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design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
design-is-fine:

Peter Dixon, in-house design for Sainsbury’s packaging, 1960s-70s. England. Cola 1966, Biscuits 1967, Crackers 1968, Peas 1970, Cornflakes 1976, Milk 1978. Via creativereview
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cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
cross-connect:

Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009. 
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
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nemfrog:

Fig. 646. Dissection of head of horse. 1914.
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inspiredbyme:

I’ll meet you here.
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eviecahir:

View out the window/Hanging Plants. 
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Kuwaii Sandals/Socks. 
eviecahir:

View out the window/Hanging Plants. 
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Kuwaii Sandals/Socks. 
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Lady Planter
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