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Vittel - Ogilvy

by Xavier Speeleveld

Ogilvy Paris  have come up with an innovative way to remind people to drink the recommended 8 glasses of water a day. Designed for Vittel, a french brand of bottled water, the ‘refresh cap’ is a bespoke topper that pops up a tiny red flag every hour to prompt you to take a sip. when you twist the bottle cap shut, a timer autonomously begins, counting down the minutes until your next notification. the device encourages people to stay hydrated throughout the day in a fun and engaging way, promoting good health through design.

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BFM Architekten

by Xavier Speeleveld

At the Bauhaus art school in Dessau, two original buildings designed by Walter Gropius have been restored and reinterpreted by german practice BFM Architekten. Photos by Christoph Rokitta.

 

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Sander Meisner

by Xavier Speeleveld

Sander is a self taught photographer born (1979), living and working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
He works with themes and ideas dealing with public space, abstraction, transformation, the passing of time, change, utopia/dystopia, function and transition. In geometric, almost abstract shapes and lines, he photographes the usually overlooked corners of the buildings in our cities. He looks for these compositions at night, when the sun is gone and the artificial light of the night creates colors and shapes which cannot be seen with the naked eye. When he photographs these grim and grey places and expose the photographic film with extremely long exposures, the night turns out to be both very colourful and beautiful.

We appreciate his work

Source :Sander Meisner

 

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Louisa Whitton

by Xavier Speeleveld

 

‘what about the heart?’ is a documentation by london-based photographer luisa whitton, which offers a glimpse into the contemporary technological advances of the japanese robotics industry. a niche of this market is driven by a philosophical pursuit to understand what it means to be human, and the common answer is to generate robots which most closely resemble humankind in both physical and mental capability. whitton spent several months working with hiroshi ishiguro, a japanese scientist who had constructed a robotic copy of himself. fascinated by what she describes as ‘technology and its effects on identity, in particular its ability to create a double self‘, she decided to record ishiguro and others in the field, forming a diary of their progress on humanoids through photos and written testimony.

Source : designboorm

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Picture of the day

by Xavier Speeleveld

Macro photography....

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Milan Design Week

by Xavier Speeleveld

Ancient & modern times

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Nikoline Liv Andersen

by Xavier Speeleveld

The Dance of the Deaf and Dumb Eye’ by Nikoline Liv Andersen at Danish MINDCRAFT14, Ventura Lambrate

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