16.10.17

Great Blog over at Edible Geography




I was looking for Increasing Disorder In A Dining Table and found a great site: Edible Geography here, where it says this about the image including a new attribution:

This drawing by architects Sarah Wigglesworth and Jeremy Till, titled Increasing Disorder In A Dining Table, documents the progression of a meal from a perfectly laid table, through a motion-trace palimpsest of the dinner party in action, to the wreckage of dirty dishes and crumpled napkins that confronts the host(s) after the last guest has departed. Or the other way round, if you read from left to right…

15.10.17

HYPER-REALITY from Keiichi Matsuda

HYPER-REALITY from Keiichi Matsuda

Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media. If you are interested in supporting the project, sponsoring the next work or would like to find out more, please send a hello to info@km.cx
by Keiichi Matsuda | km.cx
more at hyper-reality.co

Vitamins (Now Special Projects) | Out of the Box

Out of the box - book from Special Projects on Vimeo.

11.9.17

D Haus Table



Like the D*Haus, the D*Table by David Ben Gr├╝nberg and Daniel Woolfson of the The D*Haus Company is based on the mathematical formula calculated by Henry Dudeney that allows a square to be transformed into seven other configurations by splitting it up into four separate modules.D Haus table






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