A Design Magazine

A Design Magazine

A Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Santander World

Santander World is a public art event consiting of a group of sculptures that celebrate art and envelops the city of Santander (Spain) in preparation for the World Sailing Championship Santander 2014. The sculptures measure 4.2 meters high, are made of sheet steel and each one of them are made by different visual artists. Each one of the pieces represent conceptually the culture one of the 5 continents. It's meaning is to represent the love and respect for cultural diversity as a tool for peace, through the eyes of different artists, and show that society welcomes the diversity with open arms.

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Lin Mao Sen

Arts and crafts:A return to natural convergence is subtly weaved into the ceiling line for a sense of relaxation. The materials are reflected with an ecological perspective, integrating old concepts with new to generate a sense of freedom. Colorful rhythm:Peacock blue and mustard yellow saturation, fusion lines and staggered surface relationship, and a background with subtle oriental heritage all extend the continuity of space. The interpretation of the contemplation of environmental heritage blends old and new concepts and matches them to the pattern of ritualistic attempt.

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SMRT IMAGE Lumica

SMRT Image Lumica is a two-way communication device between patients and medical professionals, which allows enhanced fMRI brain mapping capabilities, and sophisticated audio-visual entertainment for patients during MRI imaging. This provides advantages to all parties, since the AV functionality, which is compatible with all multimedia, offers a comforting distraction for patients. While the enhanced fMRI technology saves pharmaceutical companies time and money, and ensures that medications get to the people who need them faster.

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Mangrove

Designed by the Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres for Swarovski Crystal Palace, the instalation is a big Voronoi diagram, which describes the division of spaces into cells with corresponding focal points, combined with the mangrove-root imagery, leding Torres and his team to design angled structures of acrylic tubes that are filled with amber-colored crystals and illuminated from within by LEDs. These root structures, which Torres wanted to look as if they were made of crystals, are set into shallow pools of water, against a backdrop of projections of an Amazonian sunset.

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Maxplo

Maxplo is the Max All Weather Concept Tire developed for invincible environment, location and weather. A intersectional large tread blocks and stable shoulder blocks provide responsive handling, high-speed stability and traction on dry roads, while circumferential and three dimensional grooves are aimed to pump water out from under the tire's footprint to minimize hydroplaning and wet traction. The tire's internal structure reinforced to change the wide groove and enhance handling, high speed capability and ride quality on snow, mud road.

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Pepsi MetLife Stadium

As Super Bowl XLVIII came to the New York area in 2013, Pepsi aimed to give fans a grand entrance into Met Life stadium. Pepsi set out to create an experience that would engage fans in an unexpected and dynamic way. As a key landmark, it was important for the Pepsi Gate to drive locational awareness for fans. It was also imperative for Pepsi to develop a visual presence that was in-step with its new global visual identity system that was simultaneously rolling out around the world.

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