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Terri David is a news writer at Ink Plate Press, where she covers arts, automotive, travel, and fashion. She has been writing for almost 10 years. In her free time, Terri loves to travel—especially to remote locations in the southwest.

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Experimental vessel concepts go on view during San Francisco Design Week

Digital design startup Canoa has commissioned and exhibited vessel design concepts by 27 artists and designers based in San Francisco. Presented during San Francisco Design Week 2024, the Vessel group show was curated by local interior designer Anand Sheth in order to showcase the wide range of talents that operate in the city, including sculptors […]

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Nielsen Schuh Architects designs fire-resistant house in California wine country

Plates of weathering steel wrap the House for a New Beginning, a project designed by US studio Nielsen Schuh Architects for a couple whose original home was destroyed by a wildfire. Located in the hills just north of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County, the house was designed for clients who had lost their prior home

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A Parking Lot Becomes a Colorful School for Early Childhood Education

In Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil, Estúdio Protobox has converted an underused parking garage into the Children’s Studio at Colégio Salesiano (part of the Salesiano Jardim Camburi School), a dynamic, flexible space dedicated to early childhood education, embodying principles from the Montessori method and the guidelines of the National Common Core Curriculum (BNCC). The primary goal

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SOM designs supertall skyscrapers that generate and store energy

American studio SOM has partnered with energy storage company Energy Vault to design four schematic sustainable energy storage systems, including integrating the technology into supertall skyscrapers. SOM worked on four potential systems for Energy Vault’s G-Vault gravity-based storage solutions. Two designs feature integration into tall buildings and the other spread out over a landscape. Called

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Yinka Ilori Gains Momentum With Commercial Textiles + Wallcoverings

Is there anything Yinka Ilori can’t do? We think not. The British-Nigerian multidisciplinary artist and designer is diving into the world of commercial textiles and wallcoverings with his first collection in this area of design, created in collaboration with Momentum Textiles & Wallcoverings. Celebrating his dual heritage and championing the themes of community and the

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NOOM’s HELLO Furniture Collection Is as Much Furniture as It Is Art

Launched as part of the exciting “Ukraine Design Brands” joint exhibition that took place during Milan Design Week 2024, NOOM’s HELLO collection is playful furniture that remains sophisticated. Located in the exhibition that was supported by the Embassy of Ukraine in Italy, the latest seating collection, designed by Denys Sokolov, features a chair, a low

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Maetherea Studio uses rusty metal to create Iron Reef in Norfolk

Landscape architecture practice Maetherea Studio has used rusty iron rebars to create an “amphibious” installation that emerges from reedbeds of the River Yare in Norfolk. Named Iron Reef, the installation is made from slim vertical bars of red-toned weathered metal that increase in height in a curved formation. Maetherea Studio’s design draws on the local

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NoDe exhibition presents 28 emerging designers from the Nordics

Swirling metal lamps, stools made from old kitchen cabinets and a fur-covered desk were among objects on show at House of Nordic Design’s exhibition during 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen. Titled NoDe, short for Nordic Design, the exhibition featured furniture, homeware and sculpture created by 28 up-and-coming designers and makers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway

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