whatisindustrialdesign:

twentiethdesign: Solid #walnut & #brass inlay #condole by #AsherIsraelow, recently featured at @ #ICFF & available at Twentieth. All materials are #ethicallysourced. posted by Whatisindustrialdesign

whatisindustrialdesign:

twentiethdesign: Solid #walnut & #brass inlay #condole by #AsherIsraelow, recently featured at @ #ICFF & available at Twentieth. All materials are #ethicallysourced. posted by Whatisindustrialdesign

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enochliew:

Installations by Sarah Oppenheimer

Her work spans the disciplinary boundaries between sculpture and architecture. Calculated manipulation of standardised spaces disrupts the embodied experience of spatial continuity.

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firnandfiire:

K A L G 1 | Firn & Fire

firnandfiire:

K A L G 1 | Firn & Fire

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The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.
William Shakespeare || Julius Caesar (via socratic-thinker)

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thisbigcity:

1. Resist: Programmed hard infrastructure and soft landscape for coastal defense

2. Delay: Policy recommendations, guidelines, and urban infrastructure to slow rainwater runoff

3. Store: A circuit of interconnected green infrastructure to store and direct excess rainwater

4. Discharge: Water pumps & alternative routes to support drainage

Could building a more resilient New York be as simple as these four steps?

In our latest post we look at six new ideas for building resilient cities in a post-Sandy world. 

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enochliew:

15th International Garden Festival by various designers

65 international designers created 22 garden installations.

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thisbigcity:

It’s been almost two years since Superstorm Sandy hit New York City and caused unprecedented chaos. 8.5 million people were left without electricity, and 650,000 houses and 100,000 companies were either damaged or destroyed.

Since then, numerous ideas have emerged with a view to making New York more resilient. 

Here’s six of them



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