During the pandemic, many restaurants joined take-out services and platforms. This, in turn, generates the use of numerous packages in which take-out food is transported. More and more designers are wondering how to make such packaging not only convenient but also useful.
Tantri Mustika is one of the most talented Australian designers. Her hallmark are mountain-shaped vases with a terrazzo pattern. Despite the coronavirus outbreak, Tantri recently managed to open her own store connected to a studio in Melbourne.
The latest cutlery set designed by Pentatonic in cooperation with the famous musician Pharrell Williams is an ecological answer to problems arising after the coronavirus epidemic.
Color matching is certainly a great pleasure, but it can also cause many problems. We often see some color on clothes or inspirations, but it's hard to find its equivalent in the NCS sampler or other templates. The new Pantone card and app comes to the rescue.
These pots, cups and plates are a real treat for all lovers of surrealism. You can find lips on them in various shapes and colors, thanks to which inanimate objects acquire a human character.
Although most of us have already forgotten about the coronavirus epidemic, it cannot be hidden that everyday life is still different. The upcoming holidays will also be different from all others: sanitary standards have been used in both hotels and means of transport.
This amazing church is a project of the Norwegian architect Espen Surnevik. It was built on the site of an eighteenth-century church, which in 2011 was burnt. The main goal of the architect was to recreate the monumentalism of the old building in a modern way.
Today we present the unique work of a Polish photographer - Maciej Miloch. His works delight with lively colors, surprising compositions and a large dose of creativity.
Bees are essential for the planet's life. Almost a third of the food that is consumed on a daily basis depends on bees and their functioning. Unfortunately, human activities have a negative impact on bee habitats, which are threatened with extinction.
Today we invite you to a picturesque house in the Australian province. Dating from 1910, the building has an area of 88 square meters and a unique history associated with the Arts and Crafts movement. See how it has been given a modern character!
After a period of lockdown, we are slowly starting to return to normalcy. From Monday, restaurants are open - in which only people living together can sit at one table according to the rules. Both restaurateurs and designers are looking for more ideas for the normal operation of the restaurant in new circumstances.
After the time spent in isolation, we slowly open to the world. Finally, summer just around the corner, and hence - numerous walks, visits to parks and time spent in nature. On the other hand, adapting to new sanitary regulations is not easy at all, which is why designers are looking for new solutions that will allow them to spend time in a new reality.