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so beautifully simple and clever - troika: bent light archway

'i-city' curated by sergei tchoban for the russian pavilion at the 2012 architecture biennale in venice

Atelier Brückner, an architecture and exhibition design studio based in Germany, designed the GS Caltex Pavilion for the 2012 Korea Expo in Yeosu, South Korea. The structure, commissioned by Korean oil company GS Caltex, bears programmed blades as the main feature that mimic various weather/natural conditions, such as rain, waves, fire, lightning and wind. The blades light up by touch to represent each of the elements.

David Trubridge, industrial designer from New Zealand displayed a light installation as part of Milan Design Week. The installation called The Three Baskets Of Knowledge is composed from three hammock like baskets, each made from different material, playing with light and creating an illusion of transparency of a solid form, a signature feature of David Trubridge’s designs

"Help yourself, 1" Outdoor Advert for Cvv by Leo Burnett Brasil, Sao Paulo

Hockerbankstuhl - wonderful!

Designer Garth Britzman of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle.

Delightful - Marni’s collection of chairs (Milan Design Week) made by ex-prisoners in Colombia. The project aims to help to reintegrate its participants into social and working life after their time in prison, and to preserve local skills and craftsmanship. via design-milk.com

neat! - raw edges (yael mer & shay akalay): deskbox for arco

this is not an umbrella! by rakso naibaf - homage to rene magritte - wonderful!

superb combination of materials - wood & aluminium - from israel-based product designer hilla shamia. would love one/some of these tables/stools

interesting, a bottle you can eat after you finish whats inside! now thats recycling

Type Connection - the perfect type match maker