Fast.co Design

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The image we associate with female empowerment during World War II was only displayed for two weeks at the time–and few Americans ever even saw it. Why is it so popular today?

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Packaging of the World

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Creative Agency: Bratus AgencyCreative Director / Designer: Jimmi TuanGraphic Designer: Trang pham, Tonbui3D packaging mockup : Si Tran Account: Hien NguyenPhotography: Eric HuynhProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: Omix Bach TungLocation : Ho Chi Minh / Viet Nam
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Web Urbanist

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Dine underwater in Norway, beneath a ceiling of butterflies in Bangkok, amidst kinetic planetary spheres in Bulgaria or immersed in virtual reality nature in Tokyo with the most stunning modern restaurant designs of 2017. Some people say ambiance is just as integral to the overall enjoyment of a meal as the food itself, and these 14 new restaurant interiors from around the world offer multi-sensory delights ranging from the understated and sophisticated to the wild and unexpected.

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Inhabitat

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Vietnamese firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects has completed a series of beautiful bamboo domes for the rural area of Son La City, Vietnam. Surrounded by dense vegetation, the five bulbous structures were built out of locally-sourced bamboo by local craftsmen. The architects designed domes of differing heights and sizes that mimic the majestic mountain range in the background, creating harmony with the surrounding natural environment.

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Dezeen

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Behind the scalloped facade of the Koi Cafe in Hanoi, Farming Architects has created a fish pond, an indoor waterfall and a rooftop vegetable patch that exists in a self sustaining eco-system.

A steel frame has been added to the existing three-storey building in the Vietnamese capital, transforming it into a green oasis for cafe customers with an integrated aquaponics farm.

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Design Boom

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in ho chi minh city, vietnamese architecture practice 23o5 studio has completed a multi-functional building on a relatively small plot. the dense urban site, which is surrounded by structures of various heights, measures 3.95m x 15.15m, or 60 square meters (645 square feet). although the five-storey building primarily contains residences — from studio apartments to larger units — it also accommodates a wide range of different programs, including work spaces and retail outlets.

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Google

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Rapid prototyping is a core human-centered design skill. Design that Matters uses prototypes to better communicate with stakeholders across languages and cultures, quickly testing assumptions to efficiently converge on a final solution. This essay includes six examples of insights we gained using prototypes and how we taught these methods to our social enterprise partner, MTTS.

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Campaign Live

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In one of the biggest media reviews of the year, the world’s largest beer brewer has appointed Dentsu as media agency of record for Europe, Africa and North America, according to AdWeek quoting a company statement.

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Design Curial

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Chapman Taylor looks set to cash in on Vietnam’s tourism industry after plans for its Mui Dinh Eco-Resort have been approved by the Vietnamese government.

The ambitious project will consist of six resort hotels and a boutique hotel offering a jaw-dropping 7,000 rooms for guests to choose from. Alongside this, there will be 500 ocean-facing villas. Built on the beautiful eastern Vietnamese coast, the resort has been designed to reflect its surrounding environment of sand, sea, salt and sun.

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