WRIGHT Scandinavian Design

Today I took a look through WRIGHT’S upcoming Scandinavian Design auction. Yes, I know this is sort of a cop-out post because most of us dream about these pieces. I like that WRIGHT has some different angles in there photography. The auction is 20 November 2014 Noon. Here are some of my favorites. Read More

Science!: Japan’s New Science Museum is a Series of Glassy Anthills

Friday, October 24, 2014, by Rachel B. Doyle
Photos via Design Milk

Japan’s new science museum in Ishikawa, Science Hills Komatsu, looks like a cross between a glossy highway overpass and a mini-golf course. Designed by UAo Architects, the undulating four-story complex, which has a 3D dome theater and an experiential science learning center, was built on the former factory site of a mining company. The brief called for a merging of architecture and landscape, so they went the literal Hobbit-esque route: the entire “roof” of the new museum is a rolling garden (an ever-popular choice). In all, it’s distinctive while being on the same vertical plane as the nearby low-rise buildings. Also, how perfect is its name? Science Hills. Read More