A collection of memorable falling scenes in cinema and TV.
Music: "In The House, In A Heartbeat", by John Murphy, from the soundtrack to "28 Days Later"
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Brightening this tunnel in the Netherlands is a permanent art installation by dutch media artist, Geert Mul. Previously located on the site was the house of the famous dutch scientist and astronomer, Christiaan Huygens. a leader in the wave theory of light and motion, he also made further discoveries regarding the planet Saturn.
Tengbom Architects have proposed a 10 sqm student unit in response-accessible, environmentally friendly, and smart in its design and material choices. In developing the compact space, the swedish firm worked with members of its target group, university of lund students, to conceive a sleeping-loft, kitchen, bathroom and small garden with a patio within 10 sqm, reducing the current requirements of 25 sqm by 60% through legal consent, but is still comfortable for its inhabitants.
Designer Living Cube has created The Living Cube, a solution for storage in small apartments.“I moved into an apartment studio without storage room. So i made a minimalistic cube design with a shelf for my vinyl collection, my TV, Clothes and Shoes. On the cube is a guest bed and inside the cube is a lot of storage space. Remo from Schreinerei Holz Labor transferred my sketches very beautifully.”
With a background in sculpture, drawing and design, any number of lines on NY-based artist Anne Fischer’s CV are worth a closer look. Her “Cantos: The Rings of Hell and Heaven collection”, for example, is a supreme example of wearable art. It’s a collection of the hand-carved and hand-cast rings in sterling silver and gold.
The Stash Stainless is the only bass guitar that is made from stainless steel with unified frets and a tubular neck design. Each piece of the guitar has been custom crafted and hand assembled by the designer, Stan Potyrala.
A unique concept created by Taiwan industrial designer Fanson Meng allows you to firmly hold your favorite drink. A concept which defines the shape and meaning of two usual glasses, modeling five small cavities specifically designed to host the fingers of the hand, as if the glass was grab by an invisible man.