Q: I bought the chair pictured when I was in college. I loved it at the time, and it’s held up very well, but I’m ready for a change. I’ve already found some more traditionally-styled legs to go with it, but I’d like to recover the current buttons with a linen that matches the rest of the chair.
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By Dan Howarth
News: a TU Delft graduate has presented an unmanned aerial vehicle with built-in defibrillation equipment, which could fly to a patient suffering from a heart attack in a fraction of the time it would take an ambulance to drive (+ movie). (more…)
By Tamlin Magee
News: a “fully functional” new prototype of a vehicle that is both an aircraft and a car, called the AeroMobil, was made public yesterday after a development and build time of just 10 months (+ slideshow). (more…)
A group of graduates from London’s Bartlett School of Architecture has developed an experimental technique for creating intricate building components by wrapping sticks in stretchy fabric and using them to cast concrete (+ slideshow). (more…)
Dutch Design Week 2014: retro-reflective thread is woven into a range of fabrics by Marlies Schets to create a line of accessories that reflect light at night, turning them into cycling safety garments. (more…)
By Amy Frearson
Hundreds of terracotta panels shade the sunny northern facade of this new engineering building at the University of Queensland in Australia, designed by architects Richard Kirk and Hassell (+ slideshow). (more…)
Are you thinking about making a big change? You love your home, but are tired of cringing at your outdated bathroom. Or perhaps you’ve been dreaming of making over your barely-functional kitchen for years and are finally ready to take the plunge. If you have big dreams, Apartment Therapy wants to partner with you to help make those dreams happen with our Renovation Diary Program.
By Dan Howarth
Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has a fascination with Gothic architecture. His latest installation is Chapel, a series of stained glass windows installed in Gothic structures where the subject matter is a bit unorthodox. There’s x-rays of teeth, bones, and skeletons getting it on.