01:: Design Observer
This blog is our overall favorite Design blog. The design is clean, the editing is superlative and the content is always enticing.
This is one of our overall favorite blogs for design, content, navigation and features.
Another one of our top destinations for design folly is this fine blog. Let us face it the Swiss can flat out design.
A daily photo blog that offers plenty of eye candy for your design desires.
05:: David Report blog
This is perhaps the best written blog in our survey. The opinions and discourse are always worth the read.
06:: Design Sojourn
Yet another well-written eye-catching design that is well worth visiting.
Always an interesting French blog that always seems to capture our attention.
This is a straight-forward and concise blog featuring Architecture and Design among other things.
Well-rounded and robust another must have bookmark in your search of design.
10:: Design Milk
If you are into eye catching blogs with a diverse focus on design, then you have arrived.
11:: Core 77 Design Blog
Core 77 is a visually stunning blog whose main focus is on industrial design.
This is an interesting Architecture + Design blog featuring a well-crafted dark theme and ease of navigation.
This selection is a quirky, uniquely designed blog featuring all facets of design.
14:: things magazine
This intriguing blog is crafty in its writing and always makes us wonder why did not come up with the idea first. Tangential thinking never looked so good.
15:: Cool Hunting
Number fifteen features a well-designed blog that features all aspects of design.
Curbly is an easy to navigate, well-edited blog featuring commentary and insight into design.
If it is happening in Central or Eastern Europe and it is design related it is featured here.
An interesting Spanish blog that features a wide-range of design posts.
A daily zine featuring photos, links and a plethora of other design related items for one to peruse.
Do not let the economy of the design fool you. The content is top-notch and the links are always worth a look.
Arborism is a table with treeform arms. The design of the unique arms has been configured by the fractal algorithm called “Tree Curve”. So the design is the same as the branch structure of a real tree. The interesting point of this design is that it was completed not by the arbitrary work of the designer but by the logic of nature itself.
By being adapted to urban life recently, we are now far away from natural life. In order to regain our longing natural life, I propose the rehabilitation method by living surrounded by the products of which design hold natural logic.
Featured in this post are the Swedish architects Fredrik Kjellgren, Joakim Kaminsky (formerly of UNStudio) who are in the preliminary design stages of producing a line of chairs they haved dubbed “Pirate”. Here is a description in the artists own words:
“Pirate chair defines the need for change within the same concept. The seat is simply shaped out of one line, cushioned with an ocean blue fabric. The legs are made of coated turn wood and takes inspiration from whatever style it comes over such as bobbin, bowback, rococo, renaissance and so on.
We have also noticed that there aren’t any good locking stackable restaurant chairs on the market, so we simply made this one.”
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