Design Lifestyle Magazine

Design Lifestyle Magazine

Design Lifestyle Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Fluens

Fluens is a modern and sofisticated loveseat that breaks with our conventions and redefines the concept of design. The assimetric aesthetics (New shape in every side that we look), allows a much more pleasant, dynamic and exclusive utilization. The parametric model, suported by a mathematic model developed inside a tridimensional graphic design software, allowing us to generate unusual curves and superficies easily and with efficiency. This way the production starts with the premise - be optimized and use less material than a tradicional model, stablishing the relation with sustainable theme.

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Wuhan Pixel Box Cinema

“Pixel” is the basic element of images, designer explores relationship of movement and pixel to become the theme of this design. “Pixel” is applied in different areas of the cinema. The box office grand hall houses a tremendous curved envelop formed by over 6000 pieces of stainless steel panels. The feature display wall is decorated with huge amount of square strips protruding from the wall is presenting the glamorous name of cinema. Inside this cinema, everyone would enjoy the great atmosphere of digital world generated by the cohesion of all “Pixel” elements.

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Pebble

Pebble is designed as a healthy heating system for both indoor and outdoor places. The system is based on the heating of naturally formed and tumbled pebbles of various natural colors via an electrical resistance. The product is healthy by humudifying the air, also economical and space-saving with the wide surface area in a small volume. The product, as a natural heating system is both functional with its mobility and visually appealing with a sculpture like look.

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Infinite Steel Stool

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Le Cube

A modular sofa, constructed from small cubes, which can be adjusted in height by simply adding or removing cubes. With a small adjustment, the sofa can be given a completely different look. You can play about with the seat height, seat depth, place the seating individually or collectively, give it a relaxed look or an active look. Each cube can be ordered with its own upholstery and with a hard top cover which can be used as a table surface.

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Kyoto Silk

This project was to convert "Machiya", a Japanese traditional wooden townhouse, in the centre of Kyoto, into a small shop. The original wooden frames were reinforced with steel frames because the original building was dilapidated. I focused on the way accommodating necessary functions of a beauty cosmetic shop within the space limitations of the original "Machiya".

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