It's Nice That

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TI Media, the magazine’s publisher, has announced its “evolution” into a digital-first brand which means its November 2019 issue will be the final print edition.

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Design Boom

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taehwan kim uses dichroic film to both scatters and reflects light in his design light chair. the korea-based furniture maker and product designer intended the final result to look as though a sheet of light had been caught on a simple white frame, but maintained in a constant state of change when viewed from different angles.
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Packaging of the World

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Design: Onfire DesignCreative Director: Matt GranthamDesigner/Illustrator: Georgina BrothersDesigner: Michelle MaudeProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: WeLoveLocation: Auckland, New ZealandPackaging Contents: AlcoholPackaging Substrate / Materials: Metal, Glass bottlePrinting Process: Flexography
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Dezeen

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Architect Curro Checa Romero has refurbished and extended a 1980s house in east London, more than doubling its interior dimensions and creating a series of light-filled spaces with an improved connection to the rear garden.

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Dezeen

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Architecture studio Denizen Works references traditional fishing huts with this apartment building in the English seaside town of Whitstable, which features black brick walls and pointed ceramic details.

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Google

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New London Architecture is now accepting entries for Don’t Move, Improve! 2018, a competition to find the best new residential extensions in London

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