Light artist Bruce Munro creates an ethereal, Arctic-inspired treat
Artist Bruce Munro has a real talent for using light to create ethereal, other worldly installations and we've seen before how well he works in "traditional surroundings.":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/bruce-munro-field-of-light His latest piece _Cantus Arcticus_ is inspired by a piece of music of the same name by Finnish composer Einohujani Rautavaara and features shimmering curtains of light which reference the Northern lights and the silhouettes of circling birds. With clever use of…
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StickingSticks by Kawamura-Ganjavian | Dezeen
Milan 2011: These screens made of sticks covered in Velcro by designers Kawamura-Ganjavian will be used to divide exhibition stands at Designjunction in Milan next month. Called StickingSticks, the product was designed in collaboration with hook-and-loop fastening company Velcro and is now being developed by British design brand Modus. Designjunction will take place 12-17 April as
HSBC Private Bank Lounge by Campana Brothers | Dezeen
Design Miami 08: here are some photos of the HSBC Private Bank lounge designed by Humberto and Fernando Campana for Design Miami earlier this month. The Brazilian designers intended the lounge to create the atmosphere of a traditional communal dwelling from the Amazonian forest. A video interview with the Campanas (winners of the Designer of
Semitranslucent Room Dividers: Separating Space without Confining It
Dividing space to create distinct areas for working, sleeping and relaxing is essential for the human psyche. This becomes challenging when you live in a small apartment and don’t have the luxury of multiple rooms.In the past, standing room dividers, often made of wood, provided a literal line separating one space from another. The unfortunate side effect of these solid dividers is that they confined space as they defined it.