Designer Blends Insects With Sensual Female Forms

(Source: designtaxi.com)

cabbagerose:

metal wall: analog folk/design haus liberty

via: dhliberty

fastcodesign:

How Yelp Brought A Sprawling Campus Feel To Downtown SF

Yelp’s new headquarters in downtown San Francisco has the qualities of a sprawling tech campus squeezed into a relatively narrow Art Deco tower. The offices, by San Francisco-based interior designers Studio O+A, spread across 13 remodeled floors in the historic Pacific Telephone Building, a 26-story tower built in 1925 and originally home to Pacific Telephone & Telegraph (later Pacific Bell).

The sizable new space speaks to Yelp’s grand ambitions and rapid growth (despite controversy). Since the company signed the lease in 2012, it has gone from 500 San Francisco employees to around 1,200.

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Warehouse Transformation into Visual Arts School

(Source: archdaily.com)

Embroidered Space Installation by Faig Ahmed

kabedesign:

The Crystal Palace Market, London restaurant by Inter Interiors

http://www.interinteriors.com/

#interiorarchitecture #interiordesign #commercialdesign #design #branding #graphicdesign #corporateidentity #logodesign #restaurantdesign #interinteriors #thecrystalpalacemarket #london

kabedesign:

Entourage (Romania). Designed by Twin Studios

http://restaurantandbardesignawards.com/2014/entries/entourage

#interiorarchitecture #interiordesign #commercialdesign #design #branding #graphicdesign  #entourage #twinstudios #romania

So beautiful.

(via honestly-wtf)

Colorful Installation in Montreal, Quebec by artist Dominique Pétrin 

edgina:

Emporia shopping centre in Malmö by Wingårdhs

Statues in Motion by Beijing artist, Li Hongbo

(Source: yellowtrace.com.au)

bauldoff:

The dreamlike “hyper-collages” of American artist Jim Kazanjian are all improvised, digital patchworks of found photography. At no point in his process does Kazanjian employ his camera to capture “just the right’ element. Rather, he relies solely on the organic exercise of allowing each freshly-discovered photographic portion to inform the terminal direction of the whole. via Dezeen