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Triangulation & Tessellation - ERNST I love the geometric nature of the paper folding seen in this pin. The shadow and texture created is beautiful.

Paper engineering, Matt Shlian.

Matthew Shlian works within the increasingly nebulous space between art and engineering. As a paper engineer, Shlian's work is rooted in print media, book arts,…

Create GB; Giles Miller Studio

Architectural Materials // Rosaic tile etched in brass, copper or stainless steel // Innovative Surface Design by Giles Miller Studio.

The architects created perforations in the screen, which allow light to enter the building, and also refer back to the region’s textile traditions.

The architects created perforations in the screen, which allow light to enter the building, and also refer back to the region’s textile tradition

Lovely Package | Curating the very best packaging design | Page 5

Pattern Fe Wall Unit by Fumie Shibata The collection includes a series of flat, wall hung geometric grids and a series of cubes that can be stacked and alternatively used with cushions to make seating.

Innovative technology, like laser cutting, is broadening artistic horizons and promoting inspirations. Patterns and images come out crisp an...

wooden frame panel / tokyo sky tree I love how they twinkle!

Five architecture students of the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design (ILEK) at the University of Stuttgart have created an exhibition stand with an irregular honeycomb MDF structure. The stand was created to display the work of five young designers at design fair Blickfang in Stuttgart in March. Each cell of the structure is More

Irregular Honeycomb MDF Structure The Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design To catch the eye, steer the gaze, and focus attention. That is the idea behind this exhibition.

The Infinity of the Room by Pia Jensen

The Infinity of the Room by Pia Jensen Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

"Phenomenon" #ceramic #tiles in a honeycomb pattern designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Mutina

CERAMIC, NOT CONCRETE Tokujin Yoshioka has produced a new tile system for Italian ceramics manufacturer Mutina. The Phenomenon collection comprises of "snow," "honey-comb," and "rain," each based on the irregular textures found in nature.

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