German artist Tobias Rehberger has created a temporary replica of his favourite Frankfurt bar in a New York hotel and covered the entire thing in bold geometric stripes.The patterns are based on the concept of “dazzle camouflage”, a tactic employed during World War I to make it difficult for soldiers to pinpoint a target.
With Solar Floating Resort (SFR) we enter a new era of advanced construction techniques, based on industrial design rather than traditional architecture. SFR uses advanced materials, systems and techniques that have been applied successfully in the car and naval industries.
Pupa Pavilion by Liam Hopkins of Lazarium, is made by cardboard, which came in damp bales so it had to be pulped and re-fabricated locally. Nearly four thousand triangular components were assembled by folding strips to make triangular frames and inserting with fill pieces. The cells were glued together using a parametric computational map.
Origo, by Lama Architectura, is a coffee shop by day and a cocktail bar by night.The massiveness of the bar is contrasting with the 276 cups installation that is floating above, a very aery, white line, an reinterpretation of the manner that glasses are hanged over the bar.
There are six physical Nike Barbershop locations in Buenos Aires, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan and Paris where the latest styles can be fixed for real. Check the interior of one of the barbershops and think of who’s of the ten most famous footballers iconic styles hairdo would you try ?(choosing from the Neymar, the Sakho and the Ramos among others)
This hair salon in Berlin by German studio Karhard Architektur + Design is constructed from a combination of black steel and oxidised stainless steel, and has mirrors curve down from the ceiling. Project name: Viktor Leske International. Check it out!