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Aug 27, 2012

Sky Condos by DCPP Arquitectos (Dezeen Magazine)
DCPP Arquitectos, proposed a twenty story apartment building for the city of Lima in Peru. The building is to face a golf course, and is miraculous for it’s cutting edge design with vertiginous swimming pools (including a diving board) projecting from each individual apartment. This is not the only proposal that DCPP Arquitectos have put forth involving vertiginous swimming pools. In their vision for the apartment building, they “sought to create an icon for the future, a new luxury housing concept in Latin America; combining the idea of incorporating the exterior space to the interior life of the apartments and creating a new relation between public and private areas.” (DCPP Arquitectos).

David Byrne Designs “Nonsensical” Bike Racks for BAM  (Architizer)
Anyone that knows David Byrne, knows that his favourite mode of transportation within the city is biking. His newest installation of creative bike racks designed for BAM, are the words ‘micro lip’ and ‘pink crown’ which have no intended meaning but are merely chosen for their form. The “from indicates towards the easy modularity of the content at hand”. The letters can be rearranged, and are an always evolving project of the community.

Slipstream by FreelandBuck (Contemporist)
Wtih his exhibit currently in New York at the Bridge Gallery, FreelandBuck’s Slipstream design shows the dynamics of flow, and an escape from the solid. It is a large, physical structure that confronts the translation of a 2-dimensional digital line drawing in a 3-dimensional space.

Coaster or Trivet? Its Both! (Apartment Therapy)
The Zesch line by Dutch design studio Michiel Cornelissen Ontwerp, has made trivets/coasters, that could dually be mistaken for ninja throwing stars. The coasters are made from laser-cut bamboo and their intricate shape allows them to connect, creating a larger trivet giving it a dual use.