The 45-Degree Neck: What will happen if we shift the mouth of the bottle from the top to a 45-degree angle? You may not be able to fill it to the brim and drinking from it may be a bit weird, but filling the bottle from a water cooler or fountain will surely become easy.
The exhibition Form in Motion at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the first in the United States that features Zaha Hadid’s product designs. On display are works such as her three-wheeled Z-car I, Swarovski crystal–encrusted necklaces and bracelets, and shoes made for Lacoste and Melissa.
The Thames is not the only great river to have graced London in the city’s long history. The Fleet was a clear sparkling river that for centuries ran from its source at Hampstead Heath to the Thames. Now its banks are found in a series of labyrinthine sewer tunnels, deep underground. Photographer Mr. J. Doe
From September 26th through October 3rd, 2011, a diverse crowd of people from around the world are gathering in Beijing, China, for the city’s design week and concurrent first Beijing international design triennial (which continues through October 17th).
The EEL by VeeV is a sculptural installation that makes legible “Transformative Presence” of Architecture. It explores the relationships of physical/material environment and human sensorial responses beyond visual. In the context of extreme micro-climate of San Francisco Bay, the EEL, like a living creature, detects and respond to environmental conditions.