Chris Adamick – Audio,
Lievore Altherr Molina – Celon,
PearsonLloyd – Coast, for Bernhardt Design
An excellent story from the New Yorker:
1. Grant Achatz, a devotee of molecular gastronomy, torching cinnamon. “He likes to come up with new culinary ideas late at night, when the restaurant is empty, sketching various ‘prototypes’ on pads of paper.”
1.2 Gelled sweet potato, brown sugar, and bourbon, tempura-fried on a torched cinnamon stick.
2. Huckleberry juice thickened with modified starch and frozen.
3. Tropical fruits under a sheet of coconut.
and other creations….
Buy the book: Alinea Book by Grant Achatz
A polished chrome Rhino is up for auction, designed by Scott Wilson in conjunction with Kohler.
Kera, Auction online May 13th, by Scott Wilson, for Faces in the Wild
Paper Wars, an exhibition of paper reproductions of classic weapons, is on view at the Craze Gallery in London, organized by PostlerFerguson, featured artists include Ben Wilson, El Ultimo Grito, Oscar and Ewan, Pixelgarten,Hiroko Shiratori, Paul Wysocan, BASE23/DC|DE and more.
Paper Wars will be on view from May 15-21.
via: Core 77
It was the heyday of modernism in Palm Springs — some images from that time.
Eye of Science combines the exacting images of microscopic images with the artistry of photography and color. Started by a biologist and a photographer, EOS captures amazing moments of cellular processes as well as microscopic structures and organisms. The images make you think twice about how well designed the world around us is, down to the smallest detail.
via Sub Studio
Finally — a well designed kitchen for very small spaces. Perfect for that bolt-hole in the Alps.
Single, by Alberto Colonello, for Boffi
Concepts in Space — The experimental art of Olafur Eliasson
Studio Olafur Eliasson is an experimental laboratory located in Berlin. Led by renowned Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, it functions as an interdisciplinary space, generating fresh dialogues between art and its surroundings.
This rich sourcebook enables the reader to delve into the corners and crevices of the Studio’s diverse projects. The key concepts behind the works are presented alphabetically, and unfold in the course of short conversations with the artist.
The majority of Eliasson’s thought-provoking installations, photographs, sculptures, and architectural projects to date is included, with additional material focusing on the research processes at Studio Olafur Eliasson.