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Vietnam’s Hopper House Fuses Traditional Design Elements With Contemporary Flair

Located in the Quảng An region of Vietnam lies the Hopper House. Architect firm AHL Architects were tasked to create a home — fusing cultural design details found in traditional Northern Vietnamese homes with contemporary configuration tactics. For instance, patios, thresholds, inner yards and roofs are but a few components typically f…

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Yoko Ono, Barbara Kruger and More Design ‘New York’ Covers

To commemorate its 50th anniversary, New York Magazine has tapped fifty artists for one unique cover apiece, debuting throughout the year until October.

Ranging from Barbara Kruger and Hank Willis Thomas’ text-focused pieces to the expressive works of Mel Bochner and Marilyn Minter, the first selection of covers ranges fro…

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Hiroshi Fujiwara Reveals fragment design x Nike Cortez Collaboration

Hiroshi Fujiwara has taken to Instagram to preview an upcoming collaboration between his fragment design brand and the Nike Cortez. While the Swoosh gets ready to roll out Kendrick Lamar’s “Kenny 1” version of the same silhouette, this new design shows the versatility of the model. Fujiwara’s creation dons a multitude of textures and materials, with the translucent upper housing “FRGMT” branding being the most notable. Also featured, is a suede toe cap and …

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Part 1 of the fragment design x A-COLD-WALL* Collection Is Now Available

Following Samuel Ross’s teaser earlier this month, the fragment design x A-COLD-WALL* collaborative capsule is now available for purchase, part 1 of their collection that is.

Merging together lightning bolts and asterisks in muted tandem, the joint offering includes a selection of outerwear pieces, however what is curren…

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Dell Canvas Gives Us A Glimpse Into The Exciting Future Of Footwear Design

Pen and paper was the typical starting point for designers of all kinds, but as technology continues to evolve, those rudimentary tools are being quickly replaced by digital resources. This new ad by Dell, in conjunction with Nike, Meta Vision, and Ultrahaptics, suggests that industrial design will never be the same …

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