Design // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Architecture studio A2arquitectos has taken everyobody's favorite toy and/or psychedelic experience and inspired a real-life children's play area at Hotel Castell De Hams in Porto Cristo, Spain. Hexagonal reflective tunnels 9 meters long by 2 meters high reflect external views and bring natural light to the children playing in them. The rest of the space looks pretty neat too...
Design // Friday, May 01, 2015
Designed by Japanese artist and architect Kengo Kuma, this bar-restaurant located in Kichijoji outside Tokyo is adorned withheaps of colored recycled cables. "We applied recycled LAN cables, which we call Mojamoja – to describe its shaggy, wooly look – and what is called acrylic ball (left-over melted acrylic byproduct pieces) to everything from interior materials to furniture. As the result, some amazing interior emerged, where form becomes invisible and only materiality and various colors appear as if floating in the air.
Design // Monday, March 09, 2015
Considered one of Denmark's, not to mention the world's most influential 20th century furniture and interior designers, Verner Panton created innovative, funky and futuristic designs. We particularly love the "Visiona II" room he designed for an exhibition in Cologne in 1970...
Juxtapoz // Monday, October 17, 2011
You are likely familiar with Roy Lichtenstein's work, Lichtenstein being one of the most influential pop artist alongside Warhol. During the early and mid 1990's, he produced a variety of interior spaces that are rendered in his trademark, comic book-inspired style.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Robert Williams may be proud of us with this one. As you may or may not know, Juxtapoz was founded with a bit of car culture (we even made a book) and car art in our roots, and when we saw this Ferrari Factory Tour, we couldn't help but think that there was nothing more appropriate on the car culture front than this.
Juxtapoz // Monday, June 06, 2011
Pieke Bergmans makes these amazing "light blubs," although she calls them lamps, because we think you are buying the whole thing here. Not a light bulb, a light blub. As she says, "Infected by the dreaded Design Virus, these Blubs have taken on all kinds of forms and sizes you wouldn’t expect from such well behaving and reliable little products."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 05, 2011
Dutch motion graphics outfit Mr.Beam created this amazing "3D video-mapping experience by turing a white living room into a spacious 360° projection area." With two projectors, they altered colors, patterns and textures of the furniture, wallpapers and carpet.