Built over several years beginning in 1973, the outside profile of this Aspen, Colo., home — as well as the hallucinogens so popular in that era — inspired its nickname, the magic mushroom house.
However, the house’s architect, builder and first resident, Andre Ulrych, said he took his design cues from a nautilus shell.
Looking ahead at the upcoming Design Talks during this year’s Design Miami/Basel + today’s top pieces from around the web (gallery).
Design Miami/Basel 2016 has opened to the public today, and several must-sees from the collectible design fair have already begun to make waves. Among the top displays attracting crowds so far are designs by Zaha Hadid and Design at Large. Here we list some of the most popular exhibits so far.
After retiring as an officer from the Defense Forces at the age of 44, Israeli artist Ilan Garibi decided that, rather than taking the easy route towards military contracting, he would make a living off of his origami art alone.
Big shout out and congratulations to my friend Maria Cristina:
June 8 – October 30, 2016
Design Museum Holon (Isreal)
British architect John Pawson was tasked with taking a Berlin World War II-era bunker and creating a museum for the Feuerle Collection.
A beautiful creation by Tev Aviv-based origami master and metal-worker is the show-stopper at the Dutchess Bar in the W Hotel in Amsterdam, which recently won the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards. Looking the the images below, we can see why…