Design

A design object is designed with the intention of satisfying a specific need. The concept of intention is fundamental: design reasons by procedures, that is, it establishes a set of operations whose characteristics are determined by a precise purpose that must be clearly understood upstream of the process.

To achieve the purpose, the design object must be capable of being produced, reproduced and used by the public. Production, reproducibility, dissemination and consumption, therefore, are intrinsic phases of the design process.

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Playground for a shopping mall in China. Combination of Colours and Compositions

The Chinese Studo XL, Li Xiang, designs the Neobio Family Park on the first floor of a shopping mall, dividing the space into various thematic zones integrated with each other where the interplay is the keyword for everything designed

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Georgian residence in England. Handicraft furniture customized to give new life to a house with an ancient soul

A Georgian townhouse has been extended by Studio De Rosee Sa, in collaboration with Belgian designer Lionel Jadot: their creativity has given rise to a house with rich and tactile interiors.

Design and playground in Madrid. A colourful child-friendly city where you can discover free play

The Aberrant Architecture Studio with Landscape for Play is on its second exhibition space project dedicated to free play. In an old abattoir in Madrid, a playground is created which is based on free time and moves the forms of the surrounding city into an interior space

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Playful design for a hotel in China. Coloured graphics become the protagonists of the spaces

X + Living designs the Magic Hotel located in Huzhou, China, a place between playful and functional, where spaces are designed mainly through graphics, inspiring children's entertainment and playfulness, but also taking into account the needs of business people

The Green Varnish facility that teaches how to ignore an inconvenient reality
The Green Varnish facility that teaches how to ignore an inconvenient reality

The first significant exhibit installation at the Saint Louis Museum of Contemporary Art,which modifies and alters space, is called Green Varnish, a green fabric that floats in space, symbolically covering uncomfortable facts in society

The heart plane, pure reflection of a myriad of emotions
The heart plane, pure reflection of a myriad of emotions

The concept project "The plane of the heart" is considered the centerpiece of any residential, hospitality, care or any other space as a pure reflection of a plurality of emotions: color and textures can completely soften or invigorate the space and atmosphere

Intangible Sound, the Manifest Platform from which to observe the sea
Intangible Sound, the Manifest Platform from which to observe the sea

Why are traditional sea-viewing platforms filled with numerous fences and railings which block the scenery and limit the possibility of activity? Intangible Sound opens up completely new scenarios 

A pavilion of orange threads. United but separate to reflect on the historical moment we are living in
A pavilion of orange threads. United but separate to reflect on the historical moment we are living in

Installed in a community building in Denmark during Trekanfest, this pavilion has been the location for many events, exhibitions and meetings. An installation that stems from Behin Ha studio's desire to make people reflect on the conflict between the human desire to come together on one hand and the epidemiological need to maintain separation on the other

Among the volcanoes of Lanzarote, a windmill-turbine combination of poetry and technology
Among the volcanoes of Lanzarote, a windmill-turbine combination of poetry and technology

Inspired by the island of volcanoes, the artist Vincent Leroy designs an elegant and smooth membrane as a propeller to be grafted onto the material base of an ancient mill, creating a new type of wind turbine

Architecture and sculpture: the space designed between the lines
Architecture and sculpture: the space designed between the lines

"To talk about" the currents" is to talk about public space and at the same time to look at the landscape. Working between architecture and sculpture, between landscape and art, offers a frontier space that needs both to express itself. If we are able to connect with this dialogue, then we can see them all as fragments of the journey just as one space. "Juan Correa

Light which reveals ordinary things. Contemporary handmade fabric lighting
Light which reveals ordinary things. Contemporary handmade fabric lighting

DUO is a handmade pendant lamp designed by the German-Portuguese interior design studio NEO. The design is inspired by the shape of everyday things, extracting their essence and recreating it in a minimalist way

Sunne Solar Light. The indoor light that combines art, sustainability and technology
Sunne Solar Light. The indoor light that combines art, sustainability and technology

The modern design object Sunne designed by Marjan van Aubel is a self-powered solar light that captures solar energy during the day, stores it and generates it indoors and brings the sun into the homes of the future

"Ephemeral station" a new way to produce energy and human aggregation without weighing on the planet

A futuristic tree, inspired by the huge banyan trees and capable of expanding its foliage to protect and accommodate human communities with their social and cultural activities under it. A new mobile landmark, which wants to be characterized by the aggregating meaning and at the same time green thanks to its ability to produce energy for self-supporting and for the activities that it hosts from time to time

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Renewable Energy and Architecture. The wave motion is converted and the building becomes an art gallery

The young designer Margot Krasojević designs a building for the city of Sochi, Russia, which uses the principle of the oscillating water column to exploit the energy of the waves. Inside, the Vine space is used as an art gallery.

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Temporary structures at the National Building Museum. Paper tubes and reflective colours

In the summer of 2017, Studio Gang designs one of the imaginative series of temporary structures that were part of the Summer Block Party event, a series of installations that saw the participation of various studies

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Geometric shapes and acoustic panels. The walls are lined with colourful compositions

PerezOchando designs the Pause Collection for Missana Design, creating a world of coloured acoustic panels with different geometries. Their composition which is always different creates dynamic and colourful spaces, transforming a technical solution into design.

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Copenhagen playground. Urban space for social integrity

The Danish Big studio designs an urban space to integrate the ethnic groups of a neighborhood, using objects from all over the world as furnishings, symbols that reflect the true nature of the local neighborhood.

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Artistic Lights in Turin. 100 luminous flecks become a unique form and structure

The installation created by Migliore+Servetto Architects for the Intesa Sanpaolo skyscraper in Turin on the occasion of " Artistic Lights " is a dynamic work in which light and reflections expand, making it a pulsating structure.