The London Circle Line has always been a good place for illegal parties and more legal knitting sessions… But this romantic banquet within the raw urban context of the London tube is really wicked and a nice temporary reinterpretation of public space.
The Bluetube Bar is a new and refreshing piece of architecture from Portugal. The bar, which is created by Porto-based design collective DOSE, is made of low-cost materials. Main element is the recognizable blue tube, usually used for construction work in public space. Wrapped around the construction, the blue tube gives the bar a colorful facade and…Read more →
London-based design studio Merel Karhof has created a brilliant knitting machine powered by the wind. The machine is a small home-based factory producing beautiful scarves with a special story. Karhof’s work is often inspired by heritage. The knitting wind mill is a product with a reference to the Dutch history and landscape. The windmill has a…Read more →
Japanese architects Jo Nagasaka and Schemata Architecture Office have designed the PACO. PACO is a complete house in a cube of three by three meters. PACO is intended to be a second home. The unit is replacable and fits into all sorts of landscapes and urban atmospheres: for holidays at the beach or at raw…Read more →
In an effort to recycle clothing and decrease waste fashion, department store Marks & Spencer launched ‘Shwopping’, a project that combines shopping and swapping. The fashion brand covered a couple of facades of buildings in hipster town East London with 10,000 pieces of unwanted apparel, resulting in a brilliant, colorful temporary installation that completely changes the face of the buildings.Read more →