Presented during Beijing Design Week 2012 at the Dashila(b) Factory, Milkywave is a light installation composed of 1664 yoghurt jars; by Rolando Rodriguez-Leal and Natalia Wrzask of Aidia Studio, in collaboration with He You. The translucent jars form a quintessential part of Beijing hutong DNA and can be found in every corner shop, subway station and local square. We spoke to the designers to find out more.
Caochangdi Opening Party
CCD - The Community @ BJDW 2012 opens today from 5-8pm. Invitation (including directions and a map) found here. See you there!
CONtradition screens by MICROmacro Lab
Beijing Design Week: traditional Chinese motifs inspired these screens made of steel that’s normally used to reinforce buildings by design studio MICROmacro Lab. (more…)
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Competition: ten copies of (un)Made in China to be won
Competition: Dezeen readers can win one of ten copies of (un)Made in China, a book that features projects by western architects that ran into trouble for various reasons in China, published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name. (more…)
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