The FireFly by GeoSpace Studio, an all weather, self-illuminated, human powered vehicle. The FireFly shell connects to the front boom of a recumbent trike to create a cycling experience that provides a high level of visibility and protection for any kind of weather.
Drawing inspiration from the Japanese tea ceremony, ‘Bloom’ explores the art of domestic bread making as a living process. It embraces the performance of bread making by emphasizing the temporal and physical kitchen ceremonies involved in baking. ‘Bloom’ celebrates these subtle processes and recovers the lost rituals of our daily bread.
Designer: Max Phillips
Bergmeister Wolf Architekten designed Nella roccia, vigili del fuoco magré in Magré,Italy
Onion have designed the Bear House in Cha-Am beach, Thailand
Bear House is on Cha-Am Beach, a famous seaside resort town in central Thailand, three hours drive from Bangkok. Miniature fixtures and oversize furniture are the features of Bear House. Lamps and pillows are oversize so that the inhabitants may feel smaller than they actually are. The house has four sizes of doorknobs, customised for different size of doors. They are sometimes too big for a child’s hand and too small for an adult’s hand. The ladder that seems too high is one of the living area’s decorative elements. It leads the gaze high up to square skylights, oversize voids, and windows of different scale. Every room on the upper floors overlook the hall of living area.
Guy Batey (2009)
1. A Fragile Hold
2. The Melancholy of Objects
Quincy Station, 1946
Watercolor on paper, 22x30”
Jacob van Loon
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