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Jul 20, 2014
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No screws, nails or glue. Jorge Penadés designed a temporary seat for contemporary nomads that can by assembled and disassembled by hand in 5 mins. 

Read more on ArchiPanic: http://www.archipanic.com/nomadic-chair/

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Jul 18, 2014
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Need some inspiration to give your room a new look? Check our brand-new Pinterest board dedicated to our favourite design #wallpapers!http://www.pinterest.com/archipanic/wallpapers/
Need some inspiration to give your room a new look? Check our brand-new Pinterest board dedicated to our favourite design #wallpapers!

http://www.pinterest.com/archipanic/wallpapers/

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Jul 18, 2014
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With the Sister Cities wallpaper collection, Grow House Grow! links twin-towns like Chicago-Mexico City, Stockholm-La Paz and Marseille-Marrakesh with an exquisite graphic design.

Click here to read more: http://www.archipanic.com/sister-cities/


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Jul 17, 2014
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makoko:

In July 2009, I graduated from architecture school and almost instantly started working in a practice in Lagos, Nigeria. As a student, I developed a proposal for an informal settlement in Lagos called Makoko. Since then, I have experienced Makoko at varying degrees of proximity; from a distance as an architecture student, and closer as a community volunteer and designer. My project documents my personal experiences, culminating in the design of a number of interventions within the community which individually address a number of observations. 'Reductive Assumptions vs. Complex Realities’ explores the gap between design and architecture versus the idea and building and asks the question: What role does the classically trained architect play in a community of such complexity like Makoko and other informal settlements?Isi Etomi
www.makoko.org

Check also our story on Makoko floating school by Nlé at:http://www.archipanic.com/makoko-floating-school/

makoko:

In July 2009, I graduated from architecture school and almost instantly started working in a practice in Lagos, Nigeria. As a student, I developed a proposal for an informal settlement in Lagos called Makoko. Since then, I have experienced Makoko at varying degrees of proximity; from a distance as an architecture student, and closer as a community volunteer and designer. My project documents my personal experiences, culminating in the design of a number of interventions within the community which individually address a number of observations. 'Reductive Assumptions vs. Complex Realities’ explores the gap between design and architecture versus the idea and building and asks the question: What role does the classically trained architect play in a community of such complexity like Makoko and other informal settlements?


Isi Etomi

www.makoko.org

Check also our story on Makoko floating school by Nlé at:

http://www.archipanic.com/makoko-floating-school/


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Jul 17, 2014
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archatlas:

Kiddie Arts Telmo Pieper

"Digital painted creatures and stuff based on my own childhood drawings. I designed these creatures at the age of 4 and now reincarnated them with digital painting" 


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Jul 8, 2014
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Jun 21, 2014
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Helix by Open Source Workshop

Project exhibited at the 2014 Milan Design Week, HELIX is a diffuse furniture system by Open Source Workshop. It can behave just as a continuous furniture that can occupy simultaneously any vertical and horizontal surface while characterizing the spatial atmosphere. Its form recalls…


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Jun 18, 2014
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Curatored by felix._Giles_Anderson + Goad, the Australian pavilion at Venice Biennale features real-world scale virtual models of unrealized projects in the last 100 years.
http://www.archipanic.com/augmented-australia-1914-2014/

Curatored by felix._Giles_Anderson + Goad, the Australian pavilion at Venice Biennale features real-world scale virtual models of unrealized projects in the last 100 years.

http://www.archipanic.com/augmented-australia-1914-2014/


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Jun 18, 2014
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archilovers:

@DwellonDesign the America’s largest design event is coming back! http://bit.ly/1lwmsrw June 20-22, 2014

archilovers:

@DwellonDesign the America’s largest design event is coming back! http://bit.ly/1lwmsrw June 20-22, 2014


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May 23, 2014
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