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Read the best design articles from around the internet, or watch the most insightful design videos from platforms like Youtube, Vimeo or leading design publishers like Dezeen, Design Taxi, Design You Can Trust, Deisgnboom and many more.

The Beautiful Island Of San Serriffe, The Most Elaborate April Fool’s Joke Ever Printed

The Beautiful Island Of San Serriffe, The Most Elaborate April Fool’s Joke Ever Printed

Design, History, Media

The Guardian’s seven-page feature on the island of San Serriffe looked like any travel feature that newspapers were printing at the time. But not all was as it seemed. The feature was an elaborate April Fool’s Day joke. The island of San Serriffe did not exist and everything was completely fabricated.

XTU Architects Imagines Offshore Oil Rigs Transformed Into Radical Housing Of The Future

XTU Architects Imagines Offshore Oil Rigs Transformed Into Radical Housing Of The Future

Architecture, Design, Innovation

No stranger to an unconventional project, XTU Architects presents their latest fantastical proposal titled ‘x_lands’. The concept looks at life after oil, and in particular, what to do with all the offshore platforms that have been built in the last century to drill for the earth’s natural resources.

Smart Frames For Growing Plants In The City

Smart Frames For Growing Plants In The City

Cities, Design, Innovation

French company, Urban Canopee, has developed lightweight, adaptable and flexible frames, which serve as support for climbing plants — both in isolation or in groups — and to create a verdant canopy. The company hopes the easy-to-use frames will be used to grow plants on the roofs of buildings and other public spaces.

Coroflot Mobile Work Unit, Where Mobility And Creative Talent Come Together

Coroflot Mobile Work Unit, Where Mobility And Creative Talent Come Together

Architecture, Design

Coroflot, a website dedicated to connecting designers with creative professional opportunities, is excited to introduce the Mobile Work Unit (MWU). The concept for the trailer-office grew from a desire to create a space solution that referenced both the mobility and creative talent of the Coroflot community.

Tony Menias

Inspiration
Tony Menias
The House That 'Parasite' Built (From Scratch)

The House That 'Parasite' Built (From Scratch)

Architecture, Design, Media

What’s in a house? Much of the shock and thrill in Bong Joon Ho’s genre-flexible movie Parasite — nominated for six Oscars including Best Production Design — hinges on the fictional house built by a fictional architect owned by the wealthy Park family.

Ripples Of Time Sand Clock By Studio Ayaskan

Ripples Of Time Sand Clock By Studio Ayaskan

Art, Design, Innovation, Videos

The Ripples of Time Sand Clock allows natural materials to be shaped by time, reminding us of its presence. The installation consists of two complementary clocks; Sand and Water. Sand, inspired by Zen Gardens, is the gradual formation and flattening of a ripple pattern over a period of twelve-hour cycles.

The Golden Ratio: Design’s Biggest Myth

The Golden Ratio: Design’s Biggest Myth

Architecture, Design

In the world of art, architecture, and design, the golden ratio has earned a tremendous reputation. The Parthenon, the Pyramids at Giza, the paintings of Michelangelo, the Mona Lisa, even the Apple logo are all said to incorporate it. The golden ratio’s aesthetic bona fides are an urban legend, a myth, a design unicorn.

TRS Studio Envisions Shipping Containers As Affordable Housing In Peru

TRS Studio Envisions Shipping Containers As Affordable Housing In Peru

Architecture, Design

Two shipping containers are joined together and topped by an angular polycarbonate extension in this conceptual design for low-cost housing by Peruvian firm TRS Studio. TRS Studio designed the speculative dwellings for communities that struggle with housing issues and lack resources to devote to buying construction materials.

Natalie Foss

Inspiration
Natalie Foss
The Ever-Growing Car: Why Do They Keep Getting Wider?

The Ever-Growing Car: Why Do They Keep Getting Wider?

Business, Design

We all know cars getting bigger and heavier. Most of us know why they are getting bigger, too. To comply with today’s stringent crash regulations – by passing offset, side and roof impact tests, as well as those evaluating pedestrian protection performance – cars require considerable cubic metres of controllably crushable bodywork.

The World's Most Beautiful Homes Are Also Down To Earth

The World's Most Beautiful Homes Are Also Down To Earth

Architecture, Design, Nature

‘The Art of Earth Architecture: Past, Present, Future’ is both an informative global survey of buildings made from the technique—from ancient Egypt to today—and a call to action: Conventional construction is killing the planet, and we need to introduce more ecologically minded techniques into the fold.

A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

Design, Videos

A stunning 4K timelapse of container ship Gunhilde Maersk at sea from Ho-Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Ningbo, China and the incredible loading sequences at each port. A montage of over 78,000 5D Mk3 RAW files. Edited by Toby Smith to create a stunning day to night sequence in 4K.

The Beautiful Hidden Logic Of Cities

The Beautiful Hidden Logic Of Cities

Cities, Design

Driving around your city, you’re probably somewhat aware of Avenues and Boulevards and Streets and Roads and so on. However, it’s hard to get an overall view of how all these road designations knit together. By coloring them, we can suddenly see a new, stunning view of what we normally take for granted.

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