Posts by Author: nina azzarello I designboom

what is THE DESIGN PRIZE? designboom presents the 3rd golden madonnina award!


if you're thinking, another design award? – you'd be right – but THE DESIGN PRIZE is daringly different and is the most noble: there is no self submission, and no fee to enter! 

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it’s the year 3018 in daniel arsham’s eroded fantasy future at perrotin new york


decayed deloreans and fragmented ferraris reveal geological innards rather than mechanical parts – what has happened here?

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artist residency inhabits an abandoned 19th century convent in the hills of catalonia


'creença' brings together painters, sculptors, installation artists, performers, and filmmakers in exploration of the concept of belief, whether from a personal, religious or epistemological perspective.

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could these body-modified ‘clothing’ implants be the future of fashion?


at the 'A. human' store, visitors can 'shop' for biological heels that stem from their legs, and don larger-than-life body modifications.

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these hand-thrown clay speakers fuse pottery tradition and wireless tech


'mapudungún' are hand-made from organic materials such as clay, wood, leather and wool.

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azuma makoto’s ‘undersurface flower’ compositions contrast perfect blooms with wild roots


the flower compositions not only document the upper half of the plant, but also the portion of the plant usually hidden below ground.

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‘floating’ backpack bounces up-and-down to reduce stress on your back


hoverglide sits on rails that slowly and ergonomically glide it up-and-down as the wearer walks or runs.

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this hammer makes grueling DIY work a thing of the past


once a nail strip is loaded into the device, users tap once to set it in place, before the nail is easily hammered into the surface.

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