incorporated parts of the 1933 tokyo central post office building, kitte, right across the recent face-lifted tokyo station, has transformed into a place where stores and restaurants are all with a focus on japanese aesthetics and cuisine. besides the claska design store, nakagawa masashichi shoten(中川政七商店) , muji to-go, and many other lifestyle stores… the terrace on 6th floor is a hidden gem that you should check out as well. here you can have a quite amazing […]
the site specific exhibition by james turrell at guggenheim museum is absolutely something you don’t want to miss this summer! the exhibition includes the Aten Reign at the core of the rotunda, and some of his early works include my favorite “Afrum” – the way light designed create a perception of floating, glowing cube in the corner, and the at least an hour wait-line for “iltar (1976)”, a dark room with a gray rectangle on the wall that intentionally […]
[all images courtesy molodesign] debuted at last year’s ICFF, aren’t these cork pegs adorable? designed by vancouver-based canadian design studio molo design ,you can use these cork pegs to hang the hobo lantern (yes, portable LED inside the felt bag!!), or simply hang your jackets. best way to organize your tools with style!
[ all images courtesy soehne partner ] every once a while i checked in media architecture, a great source to find out what’s happening in interactive architecture design. recently i spotted this project ” light sails” which best explained what a simple yet dynamic mediatecture could be. designed by vienna-based architecture firm soehne&parter in collaboration with karl sodek, light sails are used as guiding symbols for the visitors at the state exhibition around the Millstaetter Lake, Austria.
[all images courtesy b720 arquitectos] Plaza del Torico,Teruel, Spain by b720 Arquitectos 整個廣場裝有1230具LED燈（wow！）。 這些燈可以藉由video program轉換顏色。