Gorgeous details from this Cisco office, designed by Studio O+A. Every collaborative space has a unique personality and palette, catering to groups small and large, formal and informal. The environment feels like the sophisticated older sister of the play-as-work-as-play office trend. I certainly love the yurts!
Sound artist Yuri Suzuki designed this delightful interactive installation in which a miniature vehicle - the color chaser - detects and follows a black line and translates crossing coloured lines as RGB data into sound. In an interview with Dezeen, Yuri said, “I am dyslexic and I cannot read musical scores. However, I have a passion to play and create new music and I always dream to create new notation of music.”
Translucent, colored laser cut plexiglas create this lovely poster for San Francisco Design Week. The identity work, designed by Manual Creative, was based on the concept ‘Exploring The Creative Overlap’. Marvelous!
via Plenty of Colour
Located in Dumbo, Brooklyn, Watertower is composed of 1,000 scraps of plexiglas and reclaimed steel. The iconic tower is illuminated by the sun during the day and by Ardunio-controlled light sequences designed by Ryan Holsopple at night. Created by Tom Fruin.
via My Modern Met