Revitalized alleyway in Vancouver brings community together
Locals are now socializing and shooting hoops in Alley-Oop, a laneway that HCMA Architecture + Design fixed up and brightened up.
LOOPED IN — ISA
ISA - Interface Studio Architects Looped In is an unconventional bench that uses materials such as black locust lumber and powder coated steel. It has been in many locations in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Social Seating This winning competition entry for a pop-up social seating system plays with the normative language of urban park benches, amplifying it into something unexpected. Looping canopies provide shade and encourage differing levels of…
MEET ME! Seating by Ligita Brege
Ligita Brege's MEET ME! is a modular public seating system with different levels and functions that can be customized for the space it occupies.
Gallery of The Best Student Work Worldwide: ArchDaily Readers Show Us their Studio Projects - 17
Image 17 of 152 from gallery of The Best Student Work Worldwide: ArchDaily Readers Show Us their Studio Projects. Courtesy of College of DuPage
Five of the best installations to see at this year's Clerkenwell Design Week
Office furniture company Buzzispace has enlisted the help of interior designer and architect Jonas Van Put to create an installation that "challenges the traditional confines of the workplace".
Kellenberger-White’s multicoloured Alphabet chairs can be used to spell out words - Dr Wong - Emporium of Tings. Web Magazine.
Kellenberger-White’s multicoloured Alphabet chairs can be used to spell out words Style, sneakers, art, design, news, music, gadgets, gear, technology, vehicles. Tings we drool about.
Urban furniture by Izabela Bołoz – Famous Last Words
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Intersections at the sea side | Studio Izabela Boloz | Archinect
Permanent public space installation from the series of work Intersections.The installation functions as a meeting spot, play sculpture and a playful bench in the urban landscape.As each module slides into the other, like two combs, form and colour meet and interweave. Together the shapes create a...