Production designer David Wasco and set decorator Sandy Reynolds-Wasco created a Technicolor version of Los Angeles for director Damien Chazelle’s new movie, La La Land. For the apartment of Mia, a hopeful actress played by Emma Stone, the team used bright colors and references to Old Hollywood starlets and artist David Hockney. A poster of Ingrid Bergman rests behind Mia’s bed.
Inside the Beautifully Twisted World of Crimson Peak
The Interiors of Wes Anderson. "Design Bible Apartamento Roams Through the World of the Hollywood Auteur. “You could compare Wes Anderson to an interior decorator,” says Apartamento’s Editor-in-Chief Marco Velardi."
Fireflies Inspired This Clever Packaging for CS Light Bulbs
The 'Leaf-band-aid' is made of a special color-changing material indicating to the wearer that it’s time to switch out, its functionally and aesthetically superior alternative that looks and works better than any band-aid before it... READ MORE at Yanko Design!
The ‘Well’ by Matter and Mindtribe aimed to set up a system monitoring water-usage in one’s home and have stats sent to the homeowner’s phone. However, what we are captivated by is the resultant shower-head design that contained a smart-fixture, helping curb water usage through clever use of color-changing LEDs on its handle. The showerhead actually combines itself with the hand-shower, becoming a hybrid in itself.
Designer Jong Hyuk Bae developed this next-gen pipe that’s perfect for today, an abstraction of elegant pipes of the past, this vaporizer’s form takes a modern twist that sleek and minimal... READ MORE at Yanko Design !
Norwegian designer Peter Opsvik developed the 'Globe Concept' with the aim of making sitting active in both offices and public spaces. One of the most eye-catching pieces in the collection is the 'Globe Garden' chair, which was designed by Opsvik 29 years ago and was recently relaunched by Moment AB. Standing at 1.7 metres high, the chair has a rounded seat and back that allows for more support for the upper body, and is best adapted to function in public spaces. Another interesting piece is…