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Jason Bruges Studio's "Back to Front" installation creates an enjoyable and dynamic experience for park-goers.
Objects for experience
Inspired by people and believing that objects should be multifunctional, Ebrahim Assur creates furniture that experiments with both form and materials.
Tom Dixon's Tool The Mathematician is a set of maths tools, reminiscent of the elegance of a bygone era.
Packaging for sake
Simple and elegant, Nendo's packaging solution for a new Japanese wine (sake) reflects the craftsmanship that went into producing the drink.
Ron Arad's "In Reverse" exhibition at the Design Museum Holon in Israel considers the move from physical to digital... in reverse.
Tom Dixon is a self-taught product designer, based in London.
Francis Kéré's construction of an opera house in the heart of one of the poorest countries in the world seeks to uplift the community through arts and culture.
Shigeru Ban's proposal for the new Swatch and Omega Headquarters represents an assertion in brand identity.
The systematic approach to generating ideas and developing new products for various functions and applications.
TEN is a creative, digital and educational project aimed at democratising digital art. On the 10th of each month a free PSD is made available for download.
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Design Indaba at What Design Can Do
Published 09 May 2013
Design Indaba is proud to be media partners to the What Design Can Do Conference in Amsterdam.
Petting Zoo now on Android
Your Street: Welcome to Risør
2013 Most Creative Stand Award winner
The International Space Orchestra
Published 28 May 2013
Nelly Ben Hayoun wants to be an astronaut. "I’m totally serious about this", she tells me.
Gov.uk goes worldwide
Alexander Chen's musical lines
The Design Experience