Posts by Author: nina azzarello I designboom

AI-driven robot rotates a cube with the unprecedented dexterity of a human


dactyl learned to solve the object reorientation task entirely in simulation without any human input.

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finally, that little plastic pizza table has its own tiny takeout patio chairs


boston pizza and john st. took a universal observation about takeout pizza 'savers' -- which are actually there to prevent your pie from sticking to the top of the box -- into a funny summertime surprise.

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ai weiwei-designed UTA artist space opens in beverly hills


the 4,000 square foot venue serves as an expansive outpost for exhibitions and programming.

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inflatable ‘trump chicken’ sets sail around san francisco bay


wearing a black and white striped jail uniform, 'prisoner 00045' took to the seas on july 22, 2018. 

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these bloated british motors exemplify an era of shoddy seventies cars


the popularity of these vibrant vehicles, ironically, never got off the ground.

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fornasetti’s ‘tema e variazioni’: the story of an infinite icon


bewitched by her classical beauty, formal features and heavenly hypnotic gaze, piero fornasetti first embarked on a sojourn to paint the face of 'the most beautiful woman in the world' in 1952 -- and never stopped.

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industry city, a hub for brooklyn’s brightest lighting designers


industry city's thriving lighting design scene is shaped by a brilliant group of global and local studios ranging in scale, style, materiality, and manufacturing capability.

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snarkitecture opens interactive ‘fun house’ at the national building museum


the exhibit features a collection of installations, a sequence of interactive rooms, and well-known snarkitecture environments that further delve in to the prolific activities of the studio.

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hiroshi senju: the japanese artist who paints waterfalls


senju is commonly referred to as one of the masters of 'nihonga painting, a style which emphasizes traditional japanese methods and materials.

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henrique oliveira’s arboreal installation in las vegas is like ‘seeing a tree from underground’


inside the lobby of the park MGM, the brazilian artist has stretched an enormous artwork across the ceiling, welcoming visitors and guests to the hotel.

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