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apr 20, 2016

vincent coste inks japanese restaurant in france with yakuza tattoo motifs

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the eatery is clad with large monochromatic illustrations that depict japanese koi fish.

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apr 20, 2016

peter zimmermann floods freiburg museum with glossy pools of resin

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within the museum für neue kunst in freiburg, the artist has radically transformed the gallery rooms into a »

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apr 18, 2016

herbst architects builds K valley house in new zealand from recycled materials

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the building's small mass has been condensed into a singular geometric form that contains all of the home's »

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apr 20, 2016

i! arquitectura tops madrid apartment renovation with rooftop pool

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the project sees the renovation of a top floor apartment in the heart of the city with a 360 degree view of »

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apr 20, 2016

alien bonsaïs: an extra-terrestrial tree species by chaotic atmospheres

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each of the creations have been given fictional personalities that correspond to a family/genus and home »

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apr 19, 2016

daniel warnecke 3D prints modern day depictions of classic portraits

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the artist creates a dialog between history and modernity by reinventing these figures through a contemporary »

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apr 20, 2016

GE aviation begins testing world's largest commercial jet engine

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‘GE9X’ engine program will be outfitted on boeing’s largest commercial aircraft, the ‘777X’.

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apr 18, 2016

luca agnelli hand builds electric bicycles with vintage 1950s pieces

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showcased at the stone island ‘craftworks’ exhibition for milan design week 2016, each bicycle is put »

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apr 20, 2016

chanel boutique by MVRDV features a façade made entirely from glass

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now open in amsterdam, the 'crystal houses' scheme has been conceived as an exploration into the possible »

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apr 20, 2016

marc sadler creates italian-made luggage collection for FPM from recycled aluminum

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designboom spoke to marc sadler about his new collection, his design approach, the future of local »