The Tetris Sofa, Inspired by the Iconic 1980s Game

By | July 17, 2019

07.17.19 Meet the sofa inspired by Tetris, one of the 1980s most beloved games. Manga Arquitetura designed the Tetris Sofa because they wanted to make a comfortable seating option with defined lines. The main idea behind it was to create a transformative piece of furniture perfect for many different purposes: hanging out with family, working at an in-home… Read More »

B² Architecture Creates Optical Illusion for a Prague Creative Agency

By | July 17, 2019

When visitors enter the Prague offices of DDB, they’re unknowingly met with an optical illusion that forms the creative agency’s logo. The visual treat, along with the office, was created by B² Architecture to appear perfect at the entrance. As one moves around it becomes clear that it’s an anamorphic illusion that playfully projects color into the office… Read More »

Unpainting: The Ethereal Art of Ryan Crotty

By | July 17, 2019

Ryan Crotty’s latest paintings are on view at the High Noon Gallery in New York through August 28th. Despite what your eyes are telling you right now, this canvas is not transparent, and the surface is not emitting light. Crotty has just found a new way to paint. A Blind Rush, 2019, 14″x11″ Bait the Hooks, 2019 (detail)… Read More »

Børge Mogensen’s Deck Chair Series Lives Again

By | July 17, 2019

Looking for functional outdoor furniture that’s also extremely comfortable and designed for use on minimal spaces, balconies, patios, and terraces? Then you’re going to want to keep reading on about Børge Mogensen’s Deck Chair Series. This series was originally developed for Mogensen’s own balcony in the late 1960s based upon his own needs using his ‘workshop method’ and… Read More »