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DNA Design Furniture

Personalised, Much? Looking for some stylish and modern bedroom furniture? Perhaps a trendy interior update for the change of season? Or maybe it’s an unusual statement piece that you’re after? A Dutch design company has created a range of furnit...
by Designer Base on Apr 4, 2013

Audio Visual Art Merges Sight and Sound

Audio visual art is a discipline whereby artists explore the relationship between images or colours and music or sounds; more often than not, their work involves the use of cutting edge audio visual equipment and creates a fully immersive experience...
by Designer Base on Jan 28, 2013

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Mammoth China Construction Effort Biggest of All Time?

There’s no debating the influence that China has on the world and how powerful it remains even as other world economies flounder around it. For China, construction is a massive component of what makes them so desirable and intimidating simultaneous...
by Designer Base on Dec 10, 2012

UCL Stratford Campus Gets Green Light

Construction around London has reached new heights this year and the rejuvenation of east London has been a much welcomed addition to the capital’s landscape since the Olympics. New development has also spread to the education sector. Just recently...
by Designer Base on Oct 30, 2012

Landmine Detonators Go Futuristic

Several countries such as Angola and Afghanistan have many untouched landmines just waiting to go off, and this is a huge concern as many innocent people, particularly children, are affected by these unseen bombs, even years after wars have ended. De...
by Designer Base on Oct 22, 2012

Louvre Pyramid, a Unique Display of Futuristic Parisian Roofing

For anyone that has crossed the Cour Napolean to enter famous Parisian art museum the Louvre, its Pyramid-shaped secondary roof is undeniably one of the most striking entrances in the world. Completed by architect I.M. Pei in 1989, the glass structur...
by Designer Base on Oct 19, 2012

New Thames Crossing to Accommodate Paramount Park?

There has been much talk recently over the planned amusement park set to be constructed in London by 2018, themed around films from Paramount Pictures. In support of this the Kent County Council has stated that they believe a new Thames crossing woul...
by Designer Base on Oct 10, 2012

Sky-High Swimming Pools Attached to the Side of Luxury Apartment Buildings

Architects are taking the design of luxury apartment buildings to new heights. DCPP Architects in Lima, Peru have designed luxury apartments with living quarters each featuring their own swimming pools. These are not indoor pools, but rather pools th...
by Designer Base on Aug 27, 2012

Shipping Containers Re-designed to be New Disaster-Zone Homes

A new disaster-zone home has sprung to light since the devastating Japanese 2011 tsunami. The devastation brought with it an urgent need for housing and health facilities that did not include constructing new temporary brick edifices. Searching for a...
by Designer Base on Aug 20, 2012

World’s Largest Solar Boat

Turanor, commonly known as the world’s largest solar powered boat, completed its round the world tour in February 2012. The solar boat was designed to operate only by way of solar power and nothing else. The amazing wonder traversed the globe only...
by Designer Base on Aug 17, 2012

Nuclear Power Plant Design Takes a Step Closer to Approval

In a bid to construct the first new power station for over twenty years, new developments have been made that will see the Hinkley Power Plant design return to its desired course of action. Design of EDF Energy’s nuclear power plant at Hinkley Poin...
by Designer Base on Aug 15, 2012

Fashion Technology Pushes Flexible Energy

A new fashion technology is reported to be on the horizon of the University of South Carolina but this time it’s less fashion and more technology. Although the technology is at least a decade from being practical, the future of mobile technology me...
by Designer Base on Jul 5, 2012


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