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Photographs of old fashioned roses offering cross-pollinating synesthesia

Photographs of old fashioned roses offering cross-pollinating synesthesia

David Carlson, the editor in chief of David Report, has a long and deep relationship with old fashioned roses. His new series of rose photography started already eighteen years ago when the family moved to Falsterbo and the first rose bushes after careful selection were planted in the sandy soil. Today there are growing more...
Tactile and smart notebook by Nendo for smaller objects

Tactile and smart notebook by Nendo for smaller objects

Even if we at David Report most write in our digital devices nowadays we do really like the new notebook by Nendo launched at this weeks Stockholm Design Week. The notebook is designed for Stockholm based company smaller objects. The L-shaped perforations along the sides of the pages can be folded out to create customised indexes. Up...
3D-printed performance footwear from Adidas

3D-printed performance footwear from Adidas

Adidas today unveiled the future of performance footwear with Futurecraft 3D, a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole which can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot. The 3D concept is part of the ‘Futurecraft series’, a forward- looking initiative that places open source collaboration and craftsmanship at the heart of design to...
Rhythmic and colorful mosaic, tiles and reliefs

Rhythmic and colorful mosaic, tiles and reliefs

Last week, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec presented Rombini, a new ceramic tile collection for Mutina. Rombini is an alphabet of shapes and colors. The project consists of three models: tile, mosaic and relief elements. It is a collection that offers a complete solution, allowing different combinations; rhythmic and colorful connections ranging from the tile to...
Benjamin Hubert founds Layer

Benjamin Hubert founds Layer

The newly founded Layer agency is focused on experiential design for both the physical and digital worlds. Led by British designer Benjamin Hubert and a growing creative team, Layer is partnering with progressive brands across a broad range of sectors to craft experiences that meet tomorrow’s demands today. The last 5 years have been phenomenal,...
The dark side of fashion: The True Cost will change how you shop

The dark side of fashion: The True Cost will change how you shop

Since the Industrial Revolution over 150 years ago, the price of clothing has slowly but steadily been falling. When mass production began to move to overseas countries with minimal regulation, the prices dropped even further. Today clothing is as cheap as it’s ever been, and consumers can find dresses, although not of high quality, that...
Absolut Creative Space – a sustainable pop-up studio

Absolut Creative Space – a sustainable pop-up studio

When architects Astrid Skog and Charlotte Stuveback got a commission from Absolut to create an ”Absolut Creative Space”, a venue for creatives and innovators, the inspiration was taken from the company’s production process. Unique work environments that would inspire and enable different types of work processesa and invite limitless variations of creative processes. Four blue...
The inde/jacobs art gallery building in Marfa, Texas

The inde/jacobs art gallery building in Marfa, Texas

Swedish architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune has recently completed a new architectural project located in Marfa, Texas – the inde/jacobs art gallery building. Inaugurated in May 2015, the art gallery features the Marfa Collection, an eight-piece furniture and accessories collection, that was designed especially for the project. To commemorate the opening, a book entitled ‘Claesson...
The No.2 TID watch

The No.2 TID watch

The Stockholm based watch brand TID has released its second product – No.2. The idea is to make something that does not go out of style after one season, says Ola Berneståhl, CEO and co-founder of TID Watches. We want to make something clean and iconic. Our intention is that we keeping the shape during time...
An electronic lamp from Wästberg that provides intelligent and universal power

An electronic lamp from Wästberg that provides intelligent and universal power

One of the novelties that the Swedish lamp producer Wästberg will be introducing during the annual Stockholm Furniture Fair, 3 – 7 February, is the result of a progressive collaboration with the British design office Industrial Facility. The Industrial Facility w152 lamp is an electronic lamp that provides intelligent, universal power from three USB outlets,...
Nothing to Wear

Nothing to Wear

The exhibition Nothing to Wear by Pia Mouwitz challenges the idea that I do not have anything to wear. With a picture of all my clothes, I want to see for myself and try to understand the value of each garment and what meaning they actually have. The presentation of all the 315 garments from...