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Bauhaus - How to live in an architectural icon
This villa is the first residence built using the modular system designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius. Its sleek lines were revolutionary in 1924 and the house is still quite special today.
Views: 3121 DW Interior Design
Dean's Lecture Series 2014 - Ma Yansong
Ma Yansong MAD Architects, Beijing Shanshui City Ma Yansong, Founding Principle of MAD Architects, Beijing will present the next Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning Dean's Lecture entitled, Shanshui City. Yansong is recognised as an important voice in a new generation of architects and was hailed as one of the world's most influential and creative young architects by ICON magazine (2008) and Fast Company (2009). This year alone Yansong has been named 2014 Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and was listed in the top 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company. Ranked at 53, Yansong was the only architect featured on the list. In this exciting Dean's lecture, Yansong will present the recent projects of MAD Architects and introduce the architectural idea of "Shanshui City". To Yansong, this idea does not just refer to nature, but is also a social ideal of a future city that reflects individual emotional response to the surrounding world. This idea could be taken as a criticism of urbanisation in contemporary China and a vision for the future of chinese cities, which should combine city density, functionality and connection between nature and city dwellers. Yansong says, "Development of the city of the future will see a shift from the pursuit of material civilization to the pursuit of nature, aiming at composing a space that takes human spirit and emotion at its core." MAD is a progessive practice, developing futuristic architectures, based on a contemporary interpretation of the eastern spirit of nature. MAD was awarded The Best New High-rise Building in the America's by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) in 2012, and The World's Best New Skyscraper later in the same year. They have recently been appointed to design the Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago for client George Lucas. The landscape design for this museum has been commissioned from Studio Gang, led by our October Dean’s Lecture speaker, Jeanne Gang.
Blender 2.80 Preview I Icons for the Toolbar!
Blender 2.80 is brewing and constantly evolving. Just today the toolbar got lots of icons that are both readable and self-explanatory! With the new icons and UI also some changes in the workflow are in the making. You can download Blender 2.8 preview builds at https://builder.blender.org/download --- Website: http://www.BlenderDiplom.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BlenderDiplom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlenderDiplom The Cycles Encyclopedia: https://store.blender.org/product/cycles-encyclopedia/ Point Density Magical Effects: http://www.blenderdiplom.com/en/shop/611-point-density-magical-fx.html
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Startup Toolkit for Architect Entrepreneurs - Volume 1
Download here: https://gumroad.com/l/Dpily The to-do list for architecture startups is long. There's letterhead, logos, business cards, and branding to design. There are systems to put in place to ensure the brand you're creating can deliver on its promises. Among all this are questions: how are new client's processed and welcomed? What will you charge? What business structure and revenue model makes the most sense? All this before you put pen to trace. Most new businesses cobble together systems ad hoc - on an as needed basis. What if the systems, tools, templates, and worksheets were done for you, available and at the ready when you needed them on day one? The Architect + Entrepreneur: Startup Toolkit - Volume 1 is the foundational resource every startup practice needs. What does it include? The most useful tools, templates, systems and worksheets as curated by Eric Reinholdt, award-winning architect and author of Architect + Entrepreneur. These are the documents Eric created for his residential architecture studio, 30X40 Design Workshop located on Mount Desert Island, Maine. Brand Tools: Naming Guide Resource (PDF) - 3 pages Branding Resource + Links (PDF) - 3 pages Business Card Template (Images, PSD) Sample logo (PSD, JPG) Social Media Icon Pack - B&W (PNGs) Lean Canvas (PNG) Organizational Tools: Business Structure Cheat Sheet (PDF) - 5 pages Revenue Model Guide (PDF) - 5 pages Passive Income Cheat Sheet (PDF) - 3 pages Email Marketing Tools: Email Capture Resources (PDF) - 3 pages (15) Email response templates (Word) - 5 pages Process Tools + Documents: New Client Design Process Guide (Word) – 13 pages New Client Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) – (Word) – 2 pages New Client Interview Questions (Word) – 4 pages Draft Fee Proposal (Word) – 6 pages New Client Welcome Checklist (Word) – 2 pages New Client Programming Worksheet - (Excel) – 1 page New Client Questionnaire (PDF, Word) – 12 pages Client Authorization Letter (Word) Project Fee Tracking Worksheet - (Excel) – 1 page Shop Drawing Stamp (PDF, PSD) General Project Information Document (Word) – 1 page Meeting Notes Document (Word) – 1 page -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "MODERN PRACTICE SERIES Ep2 - Eponymous Architecture (continued)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUCsj2uIHpg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 33826 30X40 Design Workshop
Daniel Libeskind and Patrizia Moroso - Everything is Architecture
Architect Daniel Libeskind and Moroso Creative Director, Patrizia Moroso in conversation with James McLachlan, editor of Icon magazine, as part of Clerkenwell Design Week, presented by ClippingsPro. Originally a Periscope live stream at The Goldsmith's Centre. Visit https://clippings.com/pro to join the UK's leading trade sourcing platform for furniture, lighting and accessories.
Views: 170 Clippings
Kengo Kuma's View on 21st Century Architecture - Dassault Systèmes
Kengo Kuma's View on 21st Century Architecture - Dassault Systèmes Compass magazine interviews Kengo Kuma, founder of Kengo Kuma and Associates (KKAA) and one of today’s most celebrated Japanese architects, about his views on how architecture has evolved to be more about the relationships between people than a just a physical structure. Read more in the latest issue of Dassault Systèmes Compass magazine: http://3ds.one/kkaa Don’t forget to subscribe: https://goo.gl/bDS7oS Dassault Systemes official website: http://www.3ds.com/ Follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DassaultSystemes Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dassault3DS Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dassaultsystemes
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ICON Magazine 100th Birthday Party in Underground Shoreditch London 2012 Cover Design Competition
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ARCHITECT Visits  Mecanoo
In this segment ARCHITECT visits the Netherlands to stop by Mecanoo. Founding partner and creative director, Francine Houben, describes her staff as a "symphony orchestra" because of the unique part each member plays. This series is produced by ARCHITECT with Arbuckle Industries Special thanks to Ian Harris, David Krantz and Oscar M.L. © ARCHITECT Magazine
Views: 13222 Mecanoo
Icon interviews Ben van Berkel
We caught up with UN Studio's principal architect at the firm's Canaletto tower near Old Street to discuss the building's impact on London's urban fabric
Views: 269 Icon magazine
SmartIcon Generator 2 - Isometric 3D Icons
Buy the SmartIcon-Generator-2: http://bit.ly/2n5LlGW Photoshop plugin for CS6 and CC-2014 and newer 3D icons in seconds!!! The SmartIcon Generator 2 – Isometric generate isometric 3D icons from a flat shape in just a few seconds. It works with every vector shapes, pixel layer, Smart Objects or text layer. You don‘t have to be a pro to get professional results. The final SmartIcon definitely fit on isometric 3D Map maps.
Views: 28997 Orange Box Ceo
[email protected] is an energy-efficient building with distinctive and stylish architecture, complete with a retail podium with foodcourt, cafes, convenience shop and childcare services. Located within the International Business Park, [email protected] is in the neighborhood of high-tech companies like Sony, Acer and Creative Technologies. It provides an ideal environment for businesses engaged in information technology, software development, research and development, high-tech manufacturing, laboratory testing and data processing activities.
Incase ICON Sleeve - Sarah - By Way of Brooklyn Magazine
Views: 6851 Incase
Beatrice Galilee: The institute effect (December 7, 2015)
Beatrice Galilee discusses her work as an architecture curator from her start at Icon magazine, through the Ordos Art Museum, the 2009 Shenzhen Hong Kong Biennale, the alternative architecture space Gopher Hole, the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale, concluding with her first projects for the Metropolitan Museum in New York. She stresses her interest in actively producing architecture and discourse rather than passively reflecting already existing work. Her process is intensely collaborative, and employs performance and direct engagement of the audience.
OMA: On Speed in Architecture (Full Length)
David Gianotten, partner in charge of OMA Asia, and David Tseng, Professor at Taiwan National Chiao Tung University, discuss building in their part of the world. OMA/Progress (6 Oct/11 - 19 Feb/12), Barbican Art Gallery Media partner: Icon Video © Barbican Centre/Pollocks OMA/Progress Media Partner: Icon Magazine Pushing the boundaries of theatre, dance, film, music and visual art, we are Europe's largest multi-arts centre. Subscribe: http://ow.ly/O44tx Like: http://www.facebook.com/barbicancentre Follow: http://www.twitter.com/barbicancentre Discover: http://www.instagram.com/barbicancentre Listen: http://www.soundcloud.com/barbicancentre Explore: http://blog.barbican.org.uk What’s on? http://www.barbican.org.uk
Views: 9111 Barbican Centre
Christopher.C.M.Lee - Working in Series
Lecture date: 2010-11-23 Drawing on his academic work and practice, Christopher C.M. Lee reflects upon the possibility of a renewed understanding of typology as an operative theory for the practice of architecture in a globalized world. Christopher C M Lee is the co-founder and principal of Serie. He graduated with the AA Diploma (Hons) and is the co-director of the AA Projective Cities Programme. He previously taught at the AA in Histories and Theories Studies (2009–10) and was the Unit Master for Diploma School (Unit 6, 2004–09) and Intermediate School (Unit 2, 2002–04­). He is pursuing his doctoral research at the Berlage Institute Rotterdam on the topic of the dominant type and the city. Serie, founded in 2007 by Christopher C.M Lee and Kapil Gupta, is based in London, Mumbai, Beijing and Chengdu. The practice’s theoretical interest lies in the relationship between dominant types and the city. The practice works typologically – thinking and designing in series – and is committed to the projection of the cumulative intelligence of types into architectural projects. Serie theorises to practice and practices to enable theoretical speculations. Serie sustains this by teaching, writing and research in the AA and Berlage Institute. The works of Serie have been exhibited and published widely. Serie is recently nominated for the Iakov Chernikhov Prize 2010 for conceptual architecture and chosen as the 10 visionary architects for the new decade by the Leading European Architects Forum. Serie has also won numerous awards of excellence including BD Young Architect of the Year Award Runner-up 2008, and was selected by ICON Magazine as one of the world's 20 Essential Young Architects in the world.
Icon meets Peter Murray
The chair of the London Society discusses the green belt, the housing crisis, smart cities, tall buildings and cycling
Views: 40 Icon magazine
Co. Dublin Architects: Fingal: Cummins + Voortman and ICON: Rolestown VDFP model V2
ICON Architecture (Philip & Delphine Geoghan) and Cummins + Voortman Ltd designed. Cummins + Voortman Ltd. is an Sustainable & Ecological Architectural focused practice based in Tipperary, Kilkenny & Dublin Ireland that is focused on high grade Sustainable Architecture, Urban Design & BIM. It was founded in 2005 to meet the changing needs of the Irish market and to set a new standard in design and client service for projects of all scales including both domestic and commercial clients. The practice uses the very latest technology at all stages of the design/production process to allow maximum focus on the most important Architectural and/or Social aspects of each specific project. The practice has carried out projects throughout Ireland internationally
Views: 243 CumminsVoortman
Carolina Herrera - Icon Collection | Designer Spotlight | Ep. 16
Celebrating 35 Years of chic: Carolina Herrera has breakfast with Linda Fargo to discuss iconic style and wardrobe essentials. Shop the Carolina Herrera Icon Collection now at Bergdorf Goodman: http://bit.ly/1Y0WvYS Shop Designer Fashion online at Bergdorf Goodman: http://bit.ly/1TONXEi Get social with Bergdorfs: Don't miss the latest from Bergdorf Goodman. Subscribe today: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BergdorfGoodmanNYC 5th/58th The Blog: http://blog.bergdorfgoodman.com/ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/bergdorfgoodman Instagram ►https://instagram.com/bergdorfs Twitter ► https://twitter.com/bergdorfs Pinterest ► http://pinterest.com/bergdorfgoodman Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+BergdorfGoodman This Bergdorf Goodman video is about fashion designer Carolina Herrera's Icon Collection available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Views: 820 Bergdorf Goodman
Drawing Perspective Vector Art in Adobe illustrator
Check Out the Digital Art Store : https://digitalartcreation.shop/ Amazon Store : https://amzn.to/2JfeaYO How to Draw a Drawing vector Perspective 3D art in adobe illustrator CC, with vector architectural apartment interior using negative space. Please note this is not a Step by Step Tutorial.
Views: 611048 Digital Art Creation
Rotor: Investigating OMA (Full Length)
Speaking with the Belgium-based architectural collective Rotor on the experience of getting to know OMA in all of its territories. Video © Barbican Centre/Pollocks OMA/Progress Media Partner: Icon Magazine Pushing the boundaries of theatre, dance, film, music and visual art, we are Europe's largest multi-arts centre. Subscribe: http://ow.ly/O44tx Like: http://www.facebook.com/barbicancentre Follow: http://www.twitter.com/barbicancentre Discover: http://www.instagram.com/barbicancentre Listen: http://www.soundcloud.com/barbicancentre Explore: http://blog.barbican.org.uk What’s on? http://www.barbican.org.uk
Views: 4004 Barbican Centre
Юрий Пальмин. Лекция «Развитие архитектурной фотографии»
Лекция Юрия Пальмина — это гид по истории архитектуры, фотографии и их взаимоотношениям. От первого кадра, где главным героем стало здание, до башен Нью-Йорка, к советскому модернизму и состоянию архитектуры в России на сегодняшний день — Пальмин объясняет, почему кадры Эзры Столлера — современнее некуда, а из-за flickr.com мы рискуем не найти жемчужину среди бесконечного визуального хлама. Юрий Пальмин — архитектурный фотограф и преподаватель программы «Фотография.Базовый курс» в Британской высшей Школе дизайна. Сотрудничает с такими популярными и профессиональными изданиями, как AD Magazine, Vogue, World Architecture, RIBA Journal, Icon Magazine, Domus, Abitare, Speech, EXIT, Mark Magazine, «Проект Россия». Лекция состоялась на территории Института «Стрелка» летом 2011 года.
Incase ICON Sleeve - Lauren - Architecture Student
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Liam Young - Brave New Now
Melbourne School of Design SPECIAL LECTURE Wednesday 16 April 2014 Carrillo Gantner Theatre Sidney Myer Asia Centre The University of Melbourne LIAM YOUNG is an architect who operates in the spaces between design, fiction and futures. He is founder of the urban futures think tank Tomorrows Thoughts Today, a group whose work explores the possibilities of fantastic, speculative and imaginary urbanisms. They develop near future speculations which explore the possibilities and consequences of emerging environmental and technological futures. He has also co founded the 'Unknown Fields Division', an award winning nomadic workshop that travels on annual expeditions to the ends of the earth to investigate emerging trends and uncover the weak signals of possible futures. He develops this research through teaching positions at the Architectural Association in London and is visiting professor at Princeton University. Liam also coordinates events and exhibitions including the multimedia series 'Thrilling Wonder Stories, was a curator of the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale and is a contributing editor for ICON magazine. He has been acclaimed in both mainstream and architectural media, including the BBC, NBC, Wired, Time Magazine, and Dazed and Confused. Liam was named by Blueprint magazine as one of 25 people who will change architecture and design. Liam manages his time between exploring distant landscapes and prototyping the future worlds he extrapolates from them. www.tomorrowsthoughtstoday.com www.unknownfieldsdivision.com
Droidcon NYC 2016 - Instagram Architecture at Scale
Kang Zhang, Instagram The first version of Instagram for Android was built in four months by a team of two engineers. It’s been four years since that launch, and in that time we’ve added features such as video, direct messaging, photo maps, advertiser support. We’ve regularly released new filters, editing tools, and apps to unlock creative potential. Almost 30 engineers now work in our Android codebase every day. All this — yet Instagram for Android is still a fast-starting app and is only a 16MB APK download for most users. We will talk about how our app's architecture evolved as the team grows, to achieve our performance and reliability goals. https://droidcon-server.herokuapp.com/showSession/72110 Droidcon NYC - http://droidcon.nyc ********************************************* Droidcon NYC has become an event where the American and International Android development and design community come together to share what’s new and what they’ve been working on. Our goal is to serve the community and move the Android platform forward. Touchlab - http://touchlab.co ********************************************* Droidcon NYC was produced by the team at touchlab, America’s premier Android-first development & design shop. Our goal is to keep growing our company by serving the community. Stop by our next meetup: http://www.meetup.com/nyandroiddevelopers/ Big thanks to our livestream sponsors: JWPlayer - www.jwplayer.com Twilio - www.twilio.com American Express Company - https://jobs.americanexpress.com/tech Zendesk - https://www.zendesk.com/embeddables/ DramaFever - https://www.dramafever.com/ Hyphenate - https://www.hyphenate.io/
Views: 3073 Touchlab
Green Icon Architecture
Green Icon | Design Your Dream We provide: ► Realistic Architectural Design, V-Ray Rendering, Night View, 3D Modeling. ► Earthquake Resistance Structural Design by Professional BUET Engineers. ► Interior Design & Decoration – Home, Office, Shop, Restaurant, Kitchen, Resort ► Attractive Brochure design ► All Kinds of services from Plan to RAJUK Approval & Construction of Building. Address: House - 419, Road - 30, Mohakhali DOHS Dhaka 1206 , Bangladesh Phone: 01711856243 Email: [email protected] Website: http://archnews24.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/ArchNews
Tom Wiscombe, founder of EMERGENT, at Architecture Lecture Series
Tom Wiscombe, founder of EMERGENT, a Los Angeles-based firm internationally known for operating at the forefront of digital design, spoke at Texas A&M's Architecture Lecture Series April 25, 2011. EMERGENT's work is driven by models of biology and computation, as well as by contemporary design sensibilities. The May 2009 issue of ICON Magazine called Wiscombe "one of the top 20 architects in the world who are making the future and transforming the way we work." Wiscombe also worked with students in the inaugural Mitchell Lab Visiting Designer Program, made possible with funds from the $2.3 million Mitchell Initiative, a gift funded by the Bryan N. Mitchell family, owners of History Maker Homes in Fort Worth. Students worked as a group with Wiscombe to create a futuristic housing prototype with special attention to technology's role in the design. For more about Wiscombe's visit and the Mitchell Lab, visit http://archone.tamu.edu/​college/​news/​newsletters/​spring2011/​stories/​MitchellLab_housing.html.
Propulsion: On Changing Futures - 2 - Douglas Murphy
DOUGLAS MURPHY --------------------------------- Giant Envelopes and the Total Interior In the 1960s and ’70s, advanced architecture was in thrall to the idea that industrialized urban society could be reconciled with the natural world through high technology. This was a generation with its eye on apocalypse, with a growing environmentalism arguing that the modern world was destroying the planet, but it was also an era of unprecedented technical and social optimism. The spatial figure that most caught the imagination at this time was the dome. Inspired by space capsules, new structural technologies, and new forms of environmental control, the dome—at the scale of the personal bubble or of entire cities encased within glass— promised that the natural world could be brought inside, controlled, made regular. But the “expanded interior” also promised to create a landscape of pure comfort, of leisure free from conflict, both to political radicals and to the heart of the Western establishment. In recent years, with technological advance and natural collapse prominent in the public imagination again, “dome thinking” has returned. Perhaps most significant is Peter Sloterdijk’s use of the architectural metaphor of the “Crystal Palace” or the greenhouse to describe the stifling cultural conditions of the globalized capitalist world. His conservative vision explicitly rejects work, such as Walter Benjamin’s on “great interiors,” which argues that new forms of capitalist space hold traces of future emancipation. At a time when all-dominating technology companies are drawing on the idealistic visions of the architectural counterculture to prepare their new head- quarters, what work needs to be done to properly understand the resonance of such images in the spatial imagination? Douglas Murphy... ...is a writer and architect based in London. He is the author of the books Last Futures (Verso, 2016), a cultural history of the radical architecture of the 1960s and ’70s, and The Architecture of Failure (Zero, 2012), which tells the story of iron and glass architecture and its long influence on modernism. He is currently working on Nincompoopolis, on the architecture of London under mayor Boris Johnson, due to be published in 2017. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art, and is currently architecture correspondent at Icon magazine. He writes for a wide range of publications on architecture, fine art, and photography, and lectures widely. FRI, 21.10.16 | 3pm
Views: 260 DieAngewandteWien
The Art & Architecture of Costume Design
Featuring Mark Zappone, costume designer for Paul Gibson's world premiere, Mozart Pieces. In addition to his numerous designs for PNB, Mark has also designed for San Francisco Ballet, New York City Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and many more.
Bjarke Ingels-College of Design
Bjarke Ingels is principal of BIG/ Bjarke Ingels Group, a Copenhagen-based architecture firm considered by many to be among the most important emerging architecture offices in the world. Ingels has received numerous awards, including the 2004 Golden Lion at the Venice Bienale and the 2005 Forum AID Award. In addition to running BIG, he has also been active teaching around the world, including stints as a visiting Professor at Rice University in Houston, Texas, and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. This year Ingels was named by ICON magazine one of the 20 most influential young architects in the world. http://www.uky.edu/Design/
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The Interlace - by OMA Ole Scheeren (As featured in Trends Magazine)
Visit http://www.newsingaporecondo.com/the-interlace-d03-99-yrs--top-2013.html for available units and VIP prices at The Interlace - an architectural icon at Depot Road. For enquiries, call: 6618 4972
Views: 312 Kiwi Lim
Crest by Zaha Hadid at the V&A
Installation for London Design Festival
Views: 996 Icon magazine
Valentino at NYC Ballet: The Icon in the Costume Shop
Go behind the scenes with legendary designer Valentino as he creates 25 new costumes for NYCB's Fall 2012 Gala
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OMA: On Generations (Full Length)
Shohei Shigematsu, partner in charge of OMA's operations in the Americas, talks to his former OMA colleague Bjarke Ingels, now director of Copenhagen architecture office BIG, about their architectural contemporaries and generational inheritance. Part of OMA/Progress exhibition at Barbican Art Gallery (6 Oct 11 - 19 Feb 12). More info - http://bit.ly/pC74rV Media Partner: Icon Magazine Pushing the boundaries of theatre, dance, film, music and visual art, we are Europe's largest multi-arts centre. Subscribe: http://ow.ly/O44tx Like: http://www.facebook.com/barbicancentre Follow: http://www.twitter.com/barbicancentre Discover: http://www.instagram.com/barbicancentre Listen: http://www.soundcloud.com/barbicancentre Explore: http://blog.barbican.org.uk What’s on? http://www.barbican.org.uk Welcome to the Barbican Centre's YouTube channel. From exclusive trailers and specially commissioned interviews to concert recordings, behind the scenes tours and insights into the unseen areas of the Barbican, subscribe to our channel for all the latest Barbican videos.
Views: 62176 Barbican Centre
Machine Icon shop inventory
Here is the July 2009 display for Machine Icon at Lost Antiques in Dallas, TX. The largest art deco/machine age inventory in the Southwest. Specializing in the designs of Gilbert Rohde, Donald Deskey, Paul Frankl, Russel Wright, Von Nessen, Lurelle Guild, at al.
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Design museums are filling the void left by print magazines says Deyan Sudjic
Museums are benefitting from the decline of long-form print journalism according to Design Museum director Deyan Sudjic, who spoke to Dezeen's Marcus Fairs in this talk we filmed for Molteni&C. Talking the Dezeen editor-in-chief at Molteni&C's flagship London store during London Design Festival last month, Sudjic reflected on the recent spate of prominent design journalists choosing to leave traditional journalism to work at museums. "There's a generation of journalists your age who have moved out of magazines and into museums," he says to Fairs in the movie. Sudjic references Disegno editor Johanna Agerman Ross's recent move to London's V&A museum to work as a curator alongside fellow former journalist Kieran Long, who joined the V&A in 2012. Before launching Dezeen in 2006, Fairs was founding editor of Icon magazine, which Agerman Ross and Long both previously worked at. Other prominent design journalists who worked at the magazine include Justin McGuirk and Christopher Turner, who are now chief curator at the Design Museum and director of the London Design Biennale respectively. "I think I'm the only senior person from the original Icon team who is still in journalism," Fairs observes. "Is there an economic reason for that? Is it that people can't make a living in media anymore?" Museums do not pay better than magazines, says Sudjic, because "smart people like working in them". However, he suggests the reason for the shift is an economic one. "Maybe it's because the resources are fading in print journalism to actually give people the chance to explore subjects in a measured way," he says, observing that while the fast-paced nature of online journalism is beneficial for breaking news, it often doesn't offer as much space for reflection. "The instantaneity [of online journalism] is all very well for reporting the next big thing, but it's not necessarily the best thing to reflect on what some of these wonderful things might do, or these not-so-wonderful things," Sudjic continues. "That's what long-form journalism could once do and maybe now the way that museums operate is beginning to move into some of this territory." Read more on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/2016/10/19/video-deyan-sudjic-london-design-museum-print-magazines-journalism-molteni-talk-movie/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh
Views: 1150 Dezeen
BVLGARI B.Zero1 A Legendary Icon of design
The modern world is an endless maze of tantalizing options: the new BVLGARI B.zero1 ring artfully captures this profusion of opportunities. White and rose gold morph into one another, in fluid and unexpected transitions. An innovative design which defies any classification. Featuring a central spiral, clasped by two flat rings engraved with the Bulgari double-logo, B.zero1 has an unprecedented design. A bold, architectural character, that expresses an innate ability to break free from conventions. Discover the new ring https://www.bulgari.com/int/bzero1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE NOW to BVLGARI YouTube Video Channel https://goo.gl/1wI0jO Follow us Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/bulgari Instagram► https://www.instagram.com/bulgariofficial Snapchat► https://www.snapchat.com/add/bulgariofficial Twitter ► http://twitter.com/bulgariofficial
Views: 2957 Bulgari
Icon interviews Ron Arad at Clerkenwell Design Week
The design legend discusses his Tom Vac chair and his design approach. Interview by Debika Ray; video by Nicholas Horowitz
Views: 1329 Icon magazine
Calvin Klein
Calvin Klein is an award-winning fashion icon. He is recognized globally as a master of minimalism and has spent his career distilling things to their very essence. His name ranks among the best-known brands in the world, with Calvin Klein, Inc. reaching over seven billion dollars in global retail sales. Klein studied at the School of Art & Design and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After a short time working as a designer, in 1968, he launched Calvin Klein, Inc. with childhood friend, Barry Schwartz. Whether in fashion, fragrance, beauty or his collections for the home, his work has been subtle, sophisticated and possesses a clarity that redefined modern living, and an American point of view. For him, the challenge is to create new things that fit a modern way of life. “It's about making people look and feel good about themselves and their homes,” he says. The scope of Calvin Klein’s influence makes him unique among the world’s top designers. On the cutting edge of fashion with his Calvin Klein Collections for women, men, and the home, he reinvented many basic icons of modern dress. He pioneered designer jeans and redefined the idea of underwear and fragrance, making designer quality apparel affordable for virtually anyone; as well as revolutionizing the designer denim and underwear businesses with his overtly sexy advertising campaigns. His advertising campaigns redefined the way products were marketed to consumers with Klein purchasing multiple ad pages in magazines. One of the most famous was his 1991 Calvin Klein Jeans supplement for Vanity Fair magazine, which totaled over 100 pages. Time Magazine, in 1996, named Calvin Klein as one of the most influential Americans. In 1973, Klein won the prestigious Coty American Fashion Critic’s Award, the fashion industry’s Oscar, and was the first designer to consecutively win again in 1974 and 1975. He was the youngest designer ever be elected into the Coty Hall of Fame in 1975. Klein also received seven awards for outstanding design from the Council of Fashion Designers of America, including a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. Strikingly tall panes of glass rise from the sidewalk to the third floor at John Pawson’s celebrated Calvin Klein flagship store (1993–1995), fitted into a former bank in uptown Manhattan; interiors for CK stores were designed by Deborah Berke; and in two decades Calvin Klein Home has been a source of inspiration for interior and textile design. Calvin Klein, Inc. was sold to Philips Van Heusen Corporation in 2003, and Klein remained a creative consultant with the company until 2006. Klein has one daughter, Marci Klein, a television producer. He resides in New York City. Supported by the Rouse Visiting Artist Fund.
Views: 25317 Harvard GSD
James Goldstein “Mr. L.A.” - The Eccentric Millionaire & Style Icon
Dolce Magazine travels to the City of Angels for an exclusive with the mysterious James Goldstein.
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"Strange Harvest" with Sam Jacob
0:24 Introduction by Richard Sommer 8:12 Sam Jacob presentation 1:16:00 Q & A On January 13, 2015, the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto welcomed Sam Jacob to present a bulthaup lecture. Strange Harvest is a lecture presented by Sam Jacob that explores the idea of architecture as an expanded field. It explores how research, criticism and curation can be fundamental to architecture’s propositional nature and to built form. The lecture will chart a story through the end of FAT Architecture and the emergence of the eponymous new practice Sam Jacob Studio. Through examples of projects including A Clockwork Jerusalem at the Venice Biennale and the Heerlijkheid Hoogvliet in Rotterdam, Jacob’s talk will examine the relationship between architecture and wider culture and how connecting the two can produce an engaged and provocative form of architectural practice. Sam Jacob is principal of Sam Jacob Studio for architecture and design and was one of the co-founding directors of FAT Architecture. He has been responsible for a range of internationally acclaimed and award winning projects ranging from the large scale - such as the master plan and design of the Heerlijkheid park and cultural centre in Rotterdam - to the cultural, including co-curating the British Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale. Jacob is also a writer and critic, acting as contributing editor for Icon magazine and columnist for both Art Review and Dezeen. His book ‘Make It Real: Architecture as Enactment’ was recently published by Strelka Press. Jacob is Professor of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago, visiting Professor at Yale School of Architecture and Director of Night School at the Architectural Association. The Daniels Faculty would like to thank bulthaup Toronto for its generous sponsorship of this lecture: www.toronto.bulthaup.com For more information about the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, visit us at http://www.daniels.utoronto.ca
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"House of the Year" thanks to sliding doors
A house full of surprises: Sliding or pivoting panels tranform each space. The Murphy House, designed and owned by architect Richard Murphy 2016 was named “House of the Year” by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
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Four Seasons Magazine - Interview with Carolina Herrera
With a passion for fashion, designer Carolina Herrera explains her path in the industry since 1981. Discover what inspires her work and how she has evolved as a fashion icon without following trends. Learn more about Four Seasons Magazine on PaceCo.com: http://www.paceco.com/our-work/four-seasons-magazine/ Or go directly to Four Seasons Magazine online: http://magazine.fourseasons.com/
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Herbert Lecture: Mad Architects - MAD Works
MAD Architects partners present 2017 Herbert Lecture Sept. 8 at ISU More Info at design.edu/architecture Ma Yansong and Iowa State University alumna Qun Dang, partners in the Beijing-based firm MAD Architects, present the 2017 Charles E. “Chick” Herbert Lecture in Architecture Friday, Sept. 8, at Iowa State. Their presentation, “MAD Works,” is part of Premiere 17, the ISU Department of Architecture’s annual celebration of the new academic year. The event began with a student scholarship and awards ceremony at 3:30 p.m., followed by Dang and Yansong’s talk at about 4:30 p.m. in Kocimski Auditorium, room 101 College of Design, 715 Bissell Rd. The evening concluded with a reception at about 5:45 p.m. in the college’s Gallery 181 ad Lyle E. Lightfoot Forum (atrium). “TRA: continuity or not,” an exhibition of work by 25 architecture and landscape architecture students who participated in the spring 2017 College of Design Rome Program in Italy, which is on display in the gallery. About MAD Architects Founded by Yansong in 2004, MAD Architects is a global design firm committed to developing futuristic, organic, technologically advanced designs that embody a contemporary interpretation of the Eastern affinity for nature. With its core design philosophy of “Shanshui City” — a vision for the city of the future based in the spiritual and emotional needs of residents — MAD strives to create a balance between society, the city and the environment. MAD’s current urban projects in China include Chaoyang Park Plaza, a mixed-use complex in the Beijing Central Business District; Nanjing Zendai Himalayas Center, an approximately 600,000-square-meter city-scale development; and Huangshan Mountain Village, a 450,000-square-meter master planning plus architectural design project. Current projects in France, Italy, Japan and the United States include the redesign of the Tour Montparnasse on the left bank in Paris, a commission won through an international competition; 71 Via Boncompagni, a multifunctional courtyard building with apartments, office space and a chapel in the heart of Rome; Clover House, a kindergarten in Okazaki, Japan; and 8600 Wilshire, a mixed-use residential complex in Beverly Hills. MAD’s design for the 56-story Absolute Towers in Mississauga, Canada, completed in 2012, won the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s 2012 “Best Tall Building Americas” award and first place in EMPORIS’ 2012 Skyscraper Awards. MAD’s signature cultural projects include the China Philharmonic Concert Hall, in the design development stage; Harbin Opera House, completed in 2015; Ordos Museum and the China Wood Sculpture Museum, both completed in 2011. In 2014, MAD was selected as principal designer for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles, becoming the first China-based architecture firm to design an overseas cultural landmark. A pioneer in contemporary art and design, MAD has participated in exhibitions at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen; and MAXXI, Rome. The firm’s work has been chronicled in books including MAD Dinner, Bright City, Ma Yansong: From (Global) Modernity to (Local) Tradition, Shanshui City, Fishtank and MAD Works. About Yansong As the founder and principal of MAD Architects, Yansong leads design across various scales. He received the 2006 Young Architects Award from the Architectural League of New York and in 2008 he was selected as one of the “20 Most Influential Young Architects” by ICON magazine. Fast Company named him one of the “10 Most Creative People in Architecture” in 2009 and one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” in 2014. In 2010, Yansong became the first architect from China to receive a Royal Institute of British Architects International Fellowship. In 2014 he was named to the World Economic Forum’s Forum of Young Global Leaders. Parallel to his design practice, Yansong explores the cultural value of cities and architecture through domestic and international solo exhibitions, lectures, publications and artworks. Yansong holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University. He is a professor at Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture and an adjunct professor at Tsinghua University, Beijing, and the University of Southern California. About Dang Dang oversees project management and corporate operations for MAD and, with Yansong and principal Hayano Yosuke, provides the firm’s strategic direction. She is responsible for cultivating a motivated team, driving operational efficiency, pioneering technical innovation and developing green architecture for each project. Dang holds a Master of Architecture from ISU and has taught at Pratt Institute and Iowa State.
Architecture & Design - The News in Focus (4/7/2014)
It's been a busy week at the Architecture & Design offices, with Editor David Wheeldon covering five big stories in this week's news wrap. Stories covered include: • Newcastle's tallest tower taking shape: Icon Central designed by Snell Architects http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/newcastle-s-tallest-tower-taking-shape-icon-centra • Winners of the Australian Institute of Architects' 2014 Northern Territory Awards http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/australian-institute-of-architects-2014-northern-t • Tower made from organic mushroom-bricks opens at MoMA PS1 in New York http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/tower-made-from-organic-mushroom-bricks-opens-at-m • Cronulla design competition now open - ideas to shape seaside suburb's future http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/cronulla-design-competition-now-open-ideas-to-shap • Kaizen inspired offices win top WA architecture award in 2014 http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/kaizen-inspired-offices-win-top-wa-architecture-aw
Mission Valley Architectural Icon Seeks Tenant As Macy’s Departs
Macy’s apparel store in Mission Valley is closing due to changes in the retail business. The store reflects an earlier era of shopping, as well as San Diego’s architectural history. KPBS Editor Tom Fudge has more. Read more: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2017/jan/24/macys-clearance-sale-wont-mark-down-architectural-/
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"ICON Global" Interactive Mobile Magazine App for iPhone l Mag+
Video showing ICON Global, a magazine made for the iPhone using Mag+ free tools. Learn about creating content rich digital publications today: https://www.magplus.com/software-uses
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Nelly Ben Hayoun - Designing the Impossible
Designer Nelly Ben Hayoun creates a space for thoughts, debate and provocation around the sociological and critical impact of new technologies. As a pioneering Designer of Experiences, Ben Hayoun questions the meaning of information today, and in global hubs such as airports. Her work demonstrates how the human condition can prevail over technology. Pledging for Greek Tragedy, she believes that innovation often comes from ‘multidisciplinary conflicts’. Looking at the challenges in her own practice, Ben Hayoun defyies and desigs in the gravity of the hyper real—a world where fiction is as truthful as reality. Large-scale projects such as The International Space Orchestra and Disaster Playground, introduce the public to her ‘hammering and total bombardment’ philosophy. - - - - - Dubbed the ‘Willy Wonka of Design and Science,’ Nelly Ben Hayoun is an award winning explorer and director, a fearless and passionate provocateur. She is the Designer of Experiences at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute, Head of Experiences at We Transfer, a Wired Innovation fellow, Advisor to the United Nations Virtual Reality Lab, a member of the International astronautical federation and in 2013 Icon Magazine touted Ben Hayoun as one of the 50 international designers “shaping the future.” She works with leading scientists to devise subversive events and bring chaos and critical thinking amongst members of the public and institutions. - - - - - Aerial Futures is organized by PLANE—SITE (http://www.plane-site.com) Founding member: Fentress Architects (http://www.fentressarchitects.com) - - - - - In coordination with the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, AERIAL FUTURES, GROUNDED VISIONS: Shaping the Airport Terminal of Tomorrow was a two-day symposium that took place from October 17th to 19th, 2016. The symposium brought together diverse voices in a discussion about the future of air travel, as seen through the lenses of architecture, design, technology, culture and user experience. Airports and the aviation industry are at the frontline of global demographic shifts, acting as economic engines and cultural icons. Despite being among the youngest of building typologies, airports are taking the lead as intricately-designed, highly frequented and resource-intensive structures that define how we travel, trade and connect with each other. Sessions at the symposium incorporated presentations and roundtable discussions regarding various aspects of airpot design. Aerial Futures was organized around four main themes represented in the following panels: Fantastic Infrastructure: 21st Century Terminals, Icons and Engines: Catalysts for Urban Development, Getting to Departures: User Experience, and Landing in the World of Tomorrow. Participants included: Frank Barich, Barich Consulting Nelly Ben Hayoun, NBH Studios Miklos Deri, Drive Through Airport Lukas Feireiss, Studio Lukas Feireiss Curtis Fentress, Founder & Principal, Fentress Architects Anna Gasco, ETH Zurich / Future Cities Laboratory Max Hirsh, University of Hong Kong Christian Henriksen, Nordic Office for Architecture George Kafka, &beyond collective Agatha Kessler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Jonathan Ledgard, The Droneport Project / EPFL Lausanne Tobias Nolte, Certain Measures Dr. Wayne Place, NC State University College of Design Ashok Raiji, Arup New York Andres F. Ramirez, PLANE—SITE Ostap Rudakevych, Clouds Architecture Office Sila Siva, Autoban Alex Sutton, Sevil Peach Architecture + Design Tom Theobald, Fentress Architects Andrew Vasey, Vasey Aviation Group Martin Zangerl, UNStudio
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Enter Club James: A Masterpiece of Modern Architecture | Inspire The Night
► Watch all episodes of Inspire The Night: http://win.gs/ITNS2 An eccentric nightlife connoisseur, James Goldstein had dreams of opening a club of his own, and he committed to doing so on his incredible property, the Sheats Goldstein Residence in Beverly Crest, LA. The eponymous "Club James" is a space as enigmatic as it's creator, with architectural design so striking it will be donated to the LA County Museum of Art after his passing. ---- Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. Music, dance, and culture collide to form the Red Bull Music channel. Red Bull on Facebook: http://win.gs/redbullfb Red Bull on Twitter: http://win.gs/redbulltwitter Subscribe to Red Bull Music: http://win.gs/SubToRedBullMusic Enter Club James: A Masterpiece of Modern Architecture | Inspire The Night
The origin of the '80s aesthetic
The design phenomenon that defined the decade Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Read more about the Memphis Group: https://designmuseum.org/memphis https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1058/1166/files/memphis_milano.pdf?14149556525736315536 http://www.tunicastudio.com/magazine/issue-no-3/article/memphis-group For more work from the designers: Peter Shire http://petershirestudio.com/ Nathalie Du Pasquier http://www.nathaliedupasquier.com/home2.html Michele De Lucchi http://archive.amdl.it/en/index-search.asp?q=memphis&x=0&y=0 Aldo Cibic https://www.cibicworkshop.com/article/memphis-design-movement /// Memphis Design movement dominated the '80s with their crazy patterns and vibrant colors. Many designers and architects from all around the world contributed to the movement in order to escape from the strict rules of modernism. Although their designs didn't end up in people's homes, they inspired many designers working in different mediums. After their first show in Milan in 1981, everything from fashion to music videos became influenced by their visual vocabulary. /// Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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