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Chairs by Architect, a book by art historian Agata Toromanoff, explores the relationship between architect’s buildings and chair designs. Here are a few excerpts from the tome.
A 3-D laser scans an amalgam of textures, creating point clouds of data from the tops of wallcoverings and interior surfaces. It transmits their exact size and shape into the computer world and reimagines them as digital three-dimensional representations.
Add texture and simultaneously absorb sounds. Fashioned in metal, wood, and felt, these acoustic solutions dampen noise and look good doing it.
Five standout architectural installations from Milan Design Week 2019
KooZA/rch and (ab)Normal put inspiration on a pedestal at Salone del Mobile
Announcing the 5th annual Best of Products Awards
OFFICE and Pieter Vermeersch debut furniture inspired by Solo House II
Sight Unseen launches its first ever rug collection with Swedish brand Kasthall
A/D/O capsule exhibit surveys the recent “cute” design trend
The founder of Colony talks the future of independent furniture design