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Naive Chocolate Mini Bars Naive Chocolate Mini Bars

Naive Chocolate Mini Bars

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This beautiful gift set contains three 20g individually wrapped and boxed chocolate bars Flavours:Set 1 - Spices, Incan Berry, and TahiniSet 2 - Orange Liquorice, Super Dark, and Peanut Butter
The Language of Cities

The Language of Cities

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We live in a world that is now predominantly urban. So how do we define the city as it evolves in the twenty-first century? Drawing examples from across the globe, Deyan Sudjic decodes the underlying forces that shape our cities, such as resources and land, to the ideas that shape conscious elements of design, whether of buildings or of space Erudite and entertaining, he considers the differences between capital cities and the rest to understand why it is that we often feel more comfortable in our identities as Londoners, Muscovites, or Mumbaikars than in our national identities Written by Deyan Sudjic, Director of the Design Museum
The East German Handbook The East German Handbook

The East German Handbook

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The Wendemuseum in Los Angeles houses one of the world's largest collections of artifacts from the GDR . This volume shows more than 2000 of them, design objects and everyday objects, Stasi riots, propaganda, advertising, fashion, state-bearing and dissident, bizarre and tragic from the workers, peasants and bigots The East German Handbook is the most comprehensive overview of GDR's visual and material culture so far, showing the fascinating remnants of a lost world
Build Your Own Kaleidoscope Build Your Own Kaleidoscope

Build Your Own Kaleidoscope

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The Build Your Own Kaleidoscope kit comes with everything you will need to build a working kaleidoscope including cardboard tubes, mirrors, lenses and a collection of reflective strips The instructions which include both words and images are easy to follow  Once completed, you can leave the cardboard as is or decorate to your own tastes with with paint, wrapping paper, markers, etc. Holding the kaleidoscope up to the light and looking through the eye piece while twisting the bottom section will make the coloured plastic bits to shift and move, creating interesting geometric patterns Not suitable for children under 8 years - small parts can be a choking hazard
Project Interrupted: Lectures by British Housing Architects Project Interrupted: Lectures by British Housing Architects

Project Interrupted: Lectures by British Housing Architects

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The election, in 1979, of a Conservative administration led by Margaret Thatcher effectively marked the end of Britain’s heroic era of social housing provision. Over the next four decades, successive governments put faith in the private sector’s capacity to build homes in the numbers Britain needed. Consistently, that faith proved unfounded. The resultant housing shortfall has sent property prices rocketing beyond the reach of younger people, and led to record levels of homelessness and rough sleeping Project Interrupted records a series of lectures by acclaimed British housing architects. Neave Brown and Kate Macintosh were responsible for some of the most innovative housing commissioned by local authorities in the 1960s and 1970s; Peter Barber, Farshid Moussavi and Witherford Watson Mann navigate the very different conditions of the early twenty-first century At a moment when Britain is finally beginning to confront the enormity of its housing crisis, Project Interrupted asks what we can learn from the experiences of a previous generation and hears from some of the most ambitious architects working in the field of housing today about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead
Minim Playing Cards Minim Playing Cards

Minim Playing Cards

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Minim is a deck of regulation playing cards that explores how much “design” can be removed while still maintaining a playable deck The traditional hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades are replaced with minimalist geometric symbols, and since regulation playing cards require that the backs be marked, Minim utilises a subtle diagonal line instead of the typical ornamental graphics Black and white decks sold separately
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Girard Stickers Girard Stickers

Girard Stickers

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Alexander Girard brought a sensuous playfulness to twentieth-century design that had been absent from the austere aesthetic of classic modernism In cooperation with the Girard family, Vitra has selected several colourful and expressive motifs for these stickers from the extensive Girard estate

Girard Stickers

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Some of the best-known and most popular patterns of American designer Alexander Girard were selected by Vitra for the masking tapes The self-adhesive decoration tapes can be used for crafting and decorating various objects and rooms Can be easily labelled and removed without leaving any residue  Ideal for decorating and embellishing gifts, walls and objects; designing your own bookmarks; and attaching pictures, photos and posters on the wall
Electric Paint Lamp Kit Electric Paint Lamp Kit

Electric Paint Lamp Kit

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Transform any piece of paper into a touch-sensitive lamp with Electric Paint No tools, no programming, no special skills required. Choose which lamp you want to make Transform a paper template into a beautiful lamp in three easy steps. Paint, plug, and play. Use Electric Paint to create custom touch-sensitive buttons connected to our Light Up Board and then use our lampshades to bring your lamp to life The Electric Paint Lamp Kit is a great gift for anyone that needs more light in their life The Touch, Dimmer, and Proximity lamps all show off different aspects of Electric Paint and the Light Up Board LEVEL: Beginner
Electric Paint Jar Electric Paint Jar

Electric Paint Jar

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Paint and print circuits and sensors or use as a conductive adhesive on almost anything including paper, plastic, textiles and conventional electronics Put this flexible, revolutionary material in your toolbox today Works with: Bare Conductive Touch Board, Pi Cap, electrical components, prototyping materials, PCBs, microcontrollers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, MaKey MaKey and e-­‐textiles LEVEL: Beginner to Expert Engineer
Camera Pearl Necklace Camera Pearl Necklace

Camera Pearl Necklace

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Love Lomography? Pine for Polaroid? This camera pendant with a pearlescent effect is the perfect way to display your fondness for photography Lasercut from Perspex and strung together on a golden chain
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Tatty Devine x Design Museum Blue Print Poster - A1 Tatty Devine x Design Museum Blue Print Poster - A1

Tatty Devine x Design Museum Blue Print Poster - A1

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Taking inspiration from the vintage blue prints used by architects before the advent of CAD technology, this poster features the designs of the Tatty Devine x Design Museum design classics necklace and brooch range Designed exclusively for the Design Museum
Archigram - The Book

Archigram - The Book

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Archigram comprised Warren Chalk (1927-88), Peter Cook (1936-), Dennis Crompton (1935-), David Greene (1937-), Ron Herron (1930-94), and Michael Webb (1937-). Together, in the 1960s and early 1970s, they envisioned the future of architecture in ways that enthralled a generation In an era defined by the space race, they developed a 'high-tech', lightweight, infra-structural approach that stretched far beyond known technologies or contemporary realities. They devised autonomous dwellings and focused on survival technology; they experimented with megastructures and modular construction systems; they explored mobility through the environment, and the use of portable living capsules: all through the medium of an incredible series of drawings and models Archigram's influence has been profound and enduring. They gave the High-tech movement its impetus; they inspired architects such as Renzo Piano and Norman Foster; and they laid the ground for the design of buildings such as the Pompidou Centre. This book catalogues Archigram's activities over fourteen years, together with commentaries by the architects and critics writing then and now. Edited and designed by Archigram member Dennis Crompton, it has been 40 years in the making
Jan Kaplicky Drawings Jan Kaplicky Drawings

Jan Kaplicky Drawings

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Jan Kaplicky (1937-2009) was a visionary architect with a passion for drawing. It was his way of discovering, describing and  constructing; and through drawing he presented beguiling architectural imagery of the highest order Many of his sketches, cutaway drawings and photomontages are brought together and celebrated in this book. These drawings date from the early years of his independent practice, Future Systems, in the 1970s, to his final ink drawings, executed in the mid-1990s Featured projects range from design studies for the International Space Station, undertaken with NASA, to the Media Centre at Lord's Cricket Ground, in London, winner of the 1999 Stirling Prize
MoMA Modern Play House MoMA Modern Play House

MoMA Modern Play House

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Create a delightfully modern house with this innovative set of modular nesting boxes Aspiring architects and designers of all ages can create modern spaces, arrange furniture and accessories, and pack it all up to go with this distinctive house Includes: 6 nesting boxes, 8 mix-and-match furniture pieces, 12 removable vinyl clings, and endless possibilities Not for children under 3 years
House: First Words Board Books

House: First Words Board Books

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Budding young architects and their design-minded parents will love exploring this set of 5 miniature board books, each touring a different room in a stylish, modern house: living room, bathroom, kitchen, garage, and bedroom Inside, inviting illustrations of familiar, everyday objects are paired with first words, promoting early vocabulary development, pattern recognition, and open-ended, imaginative play
Modernism: Designing a New World, 1914-1939

Modernism: Designing a New World, 1914-1939

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Modernism: Designing a New World is the first book to explore Modernism and design from a truly international perspective, and across all the arts. It offers a reassessment of the idea of Modernism and reveals the fundamental ways in which it has shaped our own world and its visual culture Modernism flourished during the years 1914 to 1939. As a movement it was the key point of reference for 20th century architecture, design and art. Modernists had a Utopian desire to create a better world, frequently combined with social and political beliefs that design and art could transform society. The range of objects illustrated - including painting, sculpture, film, photography, prints and collage as well as architecture, interiors, furniture, manufactured products, graphic and fashion design - reflect the period's emphasis on the unity of the arts and the key role of the fine arts in shaping contemporary visual culture Europe and America take centre stage but the reach of Modernism is demonstrated by selected works from around the world, including Russia, Palestine and Japan
Who Built That? Modern Houses

Who Built That? Modern Houses

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In Who Built That? Modern Houses Didier introduces each architect, the main concepts of their work, as well as their most important projects in charming drawings and accessible text, Architects Design for Living is a fun primer for anyone interested in learning more about modern architecture. Didier's step-by-step drawings of houses ranging from Gerrit Rietveld's Schroeder House (1924) and Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye (1931) to Shigeru Ban's Cardboard House (1995) and Rem Koolhaas's Bordeaux House (1998), provide original insight into the development of the architectural concepts behind each building Accessible to both children and adults, charming drawings are combined with informative text providing a fun primer to modern architecture
The Moderns: MidCentury American Graphic Design The Moderns: MidCentury American Graphic Design

The Moderns: MidCentury American Graphic Design

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In The Moderns, meet the men and women who invented and shaped Midcentury Modern graphic design in America The book is made up of generously illustrated profiles, many based on interviews, of more than 60 designers whose magazine, book, and record covers; advertisements and package designs; posters; and other projects created the visual aesthetics of postwar modernity. Some were émigrés from Europe; others were homegrown-all were intoxicated by elemental typography, primary colours, photography, and geometric or biomorphic forms. Some are well-known, others are honoured in this volume for the first time, and together they comprised a movement that changed our design world
Baby's First Eames Baby's First Eames

Baby's First Eames

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This whimsically illustrated board book offers a delightful A-to-Z overview of modern design icons for the toddler set Parents who appreciate architecture and modern design will get a kick out of sharing their passion with little ones. From Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater to Knoll furniture to Noguchi sculptures, Baby's First Eames makes timeless structures and styles fun and accessible for aesthetes of all ages
Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses

Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses

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Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses presents 25 of Le Corbusier's small residential works (self-sufficient and detached single and double-family houses) through sectional projections (perspectival sections) as well as plans, sections, and elevations Sectional projections, compared to other types of representation, capture most clearly the relational dynamic among different building elements and therefore express most effectively the architect's design intentions The book is the only collection of consistently rendered original drawings (at 1:200 scale) of Le Corbusier's architecture
Together! The New Architecture of the Collective Together! The New Architecture of the Collective

Together! The New Architecture of the Collective

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The last decade has seen a growing social movement towards collectivity, sharing and participation. This paradigm shift is reflected in architecture as well: In recent years, increasingly innovative collective housing projects, organised around the principle of trading in private spaces for larger, more luxurious shared spaces, have been emerging across the globe - many of them realised through bottom-up grassroots initiatives The return of the collective in architecture has resulted in surprising architectural solutions that also create new urban spaces. Together! The New Architecture of the Collective presents around twenty international building projects from Europe Japan, and the US that provide innovative platforms for collective living in the present day. A selection of projects are discussed in detail, ad extensive photo essays offer rich and vivid impressions of the daily collective and private lie and everyday routines in these buildings Interviews with movers and shakers from the collective housing scene, written by international journalists, offer insights and background information on the processes and people that have made each project possible. All that is complemented by theoretical and historical context, including analytical essays by experts in the field, info graphics providing facts and figures, diagrams explaining how different collective housing models work, and an extensive timeline detailing genealogy of the collective housing movement in the twentieth century
Architecture on the Carpet: the Curious Tale of Construction Toys and the Genesis of Modern Buildings Architecture on the Carpet: the Curious Tale of Construction Toys and the Genesis of Modern Buildings

Architecture on the Carpet: the Curious Tale of Construction Toys and the Genesis of Modern Buildings

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This entertaining book offers a novel view of architecture through the prism of construction toys. Ranging over the last century to the present, Brenda and Robert Vale draw parallels between the model-building sets of the modern period and architectural movements, social history, and national identities and myths. Some children’s construction toys such as Lincoln Logs and Tudor Minibrix have looked to the past. Others have looked to the future: as early as the 1920s, the American metal toy Bilt-E-Z could be used to construct a stepped-back skyscraper like the Empire State Building The Vales investigate not only how models sets have reflected different building styles but also whether the toys themselves influenced the careers of the children who grew up playing with them. They explore connections between model-railway buildings and modernism; model sets such as Castos and reinforced concrete housing; and even between the creative but slightly surreal Playplax and postmodern deconstructivist architecture
Rethinking the Modular: Adaptable Systems in Architecture and Design Rethinking the Modular: Adaptable Systems in Architecture and Design

Rethinking the Modular: Adaptable Systems in Architecture and Design

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The modular did not have to be invented: it can be found everywhere. We divide surfaces into grids, spaces into parts, and time into rhythmic units. Modular structures are also increasingly being recognised as a way of communicating, where the aim is not to construct a universal principle but to facilitate interplay between different systems Building on the visionary design system that architect Fritz Haller and engineer Paul Schärer developed in 1965 for Swiss furniture company USM, Rethinking the Modular brings together specially commissioned essays and interviews with leading designers, architects and thinkers to present the wide-ranging importance and influence of modular design over the past fifty years. In revealing the broad possibilities created by balancing structure with flexibility, the timely publication redefines the place of modularity in modern design history, and offers a rich resource for designers today
The World of Charles and Ray Eames The World of Charles and Ray Eames

The World of Charles and Ray Eames

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Charles (1907–1978) and Ray (1912–1988) Eames are among the most important designers of the 20th century, and the story of the Eames Office is that of visual and material culture in the post-war modern period. The World of Charles and Ray Eames charts the history of their inspiring and prolific world and brings together key works and ideas explored at the Eames Office throughout its extraordinary history This definitive monograph explores the era-defining work of the Eames Office, a ‘laboratory’ active for over four decades, where the Eameses and their collaborators produced a vast array of pioneering and influential projects – from architecture, furniture and product design to film, photography, multi-media installation and exhibitions, as well as new models for arts education. Themes include ‘The Eames Office: Life in Work’, ‘At Home with the Eameses’, ‘Information Machines’, ‘The Seeing Eye’, ‘Office USA: Communicating “America” at Home and Abroad’, and ‘The Art of Living’ Alongside specially commissioned texts by leading design experts, The World of Charles and Ray Eames includes contemporaneous reviews and magazine articles, writings by Charles and Ray Eames themselves, personal correspondence and a comprehensive reference section
The Living, Breathing, Thinking, Responsive Buildings of the Future

The Living, Breathing, Thinking, Responsive Buildings of the Future

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The fact that objects can now sense, think, act and communicate with the help of technology is opening up the potential for an architecture aligned with the dynamics of living systems – a sentient architecture The Living, Breathing, Thinking, Responsive Buildings of the Futuredocuments the role of architecture in shaping this new reality in research launched and guided by the authors at The University of Toronto, MIT and the University of Hong Kong The research proposes that every building, city and landscape component can be – and will be – equipped with communication and computing capacities. The aim is to develop from collaborative experiments a digitally enhanced architecture that is well-equipped to handle challenges in building a healthy and sustainable environment The projects establish a platform involving artists, designers, scientists and engineers spanning different institutions and continents in a technological approach to spatial problems that is attuned to the dynamics of living systems
Scavolini 1961 - 2011: 50 Years of Kitchens

Scavolini 1961 - 2011: 50 Years of Kitchens

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A book to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Scavolini Cucine. Students of design and professionals in the field will find much to inspire and educate them in this volume Scavolini is preparing to celebrate half a century of activity and market presence. High quality products and services, attention to clients' needs, competitive prices: these qualities led to Scavolini becoming the number one brand in the Italian kitchen unit sector; this prepared it for entry into international markets, and today the company boasts a presence in more than fifty countries and its name is synonymous with style and Italian design Image rich, highly readable and directed mainly to the vast audience interested in the design world
Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen

Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen

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Over the course of the past century, the kitchen, more than any other room in the modern dwelling, has been the focus of intensive aesthetic and technological innovation Historically, European and American kitchens were often drab, poorly ventilated, and hidden from view in a basement or annexe. Towards the end of the 19th century, however, the kitchen became a central concern of modernism and a testing ground for new materials and technologies. Since then, the room has come to articulate and at times actively challenge society's relationships to food, consumerism, the domestic role of women, and even international politics Counter Space examines the 20th-century transformation of the kitchen through the collection of The Museum of Modern Art, featuring a wide variety of design objects, architectural plans, posters, archival photographs and artworks - ranging from the iconic Frankfurt Kitchen, mass produced for German public housing estates in the aftermath of WorldWar I, to an electric kettle, heat-resistant glassware and colourful plastics. This volume is a lively introduction to the kitchen as a barometer of changing technology, aesthetics and ideology
Plywood: A Material Story Plywood: A Material Story

Plywood: A Material Story

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Plywood is an astonishingly versatile material, made by gluing together layers of cross-grained veneers, creating a pliable board that can be stronger than solid wood Stylish and practical, plywood offers huge possibilities for experimental design, and it has been used to make a wide range of products, from aeroplanes, boats and automobiles to architecture and furniture This book traces the history of plywood from its use in 18th-century furniture, through its emergence as an industrial product in the 19th century, to a material celebrated by 20th-century modernists such as Alvar Aalto and Charles and Ray Eames. An ideal material for the digital age, plywood has become popular again in recent years and is widely used in contemporary design and manufacture Produced to accompany an exhibition at the V&A, this book is the first comprehensive study of the history of plywood and its myriad applications throughout the ages, unveiling the stories behind objects that surround us and that we often take for granted
The LEGO Architecture Ideas Book The LEGO Architecture Ideas Book

The LEGO Architecture Ideas Book

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The LEGO Architecture Idea Book will provide endless inspiration for aspiring builders who want to turn their ordinary models into something extraordinary In this example-packed guide, Alice Finch (renowned for her massive, detailed models of buildings from Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings) shares her best building secrets for crafting realistic walls, roofs, columns, and decorations using LEGO
Vivid, 1956, Design Magazine Print - A2

Vivid, 1956, Design Magazine Print - A2

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Vivid, 1956 is a reproduction of the cover of Design Magazine featuring home accessories and furniture overlaid with vivid blocks of colour Available as an A2 print
House with Tree and Car Print - A2

House with Tree and Car Print - A2

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House with Tree and Car is a retro print designed by  Wayne Hemingway and the HemingwayDesign team sourced from the typographic art from their Land of Lost Content archive. Available as an A2 print
Graphics, October 1955, Design Magazine Print - A2

Graphics, October 1955, Design Magazine Print - A2

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From the Land of Lost Content archive comes the cover art from Design Magazine titled Bold, October 1955, showcasing the symbol for the Design Centre Available as an A2 print
AoZ Print - A2

AoZ Print - A2

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AoZ is a monochrome typographical print from the Land of Lost Content design team Available as an A2 print
Bold, 1967, Design Magazine Print - A2

Bold, 1967, Design Magazine Print - A2

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From the Land of Lost Content archive comes the cover art from Design Magazine titled Bold, 1967, Design in the Soviet Union Available as an A2 print
Hand Crank Generator Hand Crank Generator

Hand Crank Generator

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Connect the circuit, turn the crank and watch as kinetic energy lights up the bulb The faster you spin, the brighter the light becomes, but don't turn it too fast or you'll overload the circuit Uses 2 x AA batteries (not included) Comes with detailed instructions
Mxykikker Wind Up Critter

Mxykikker Wind Up Critter

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MxyKikker is a wind up critter with long legs that allow it to clamber over obstacles MxyKikker does some fancy climbing, and it walks upside-down if needed Comes in a selection of colours: Blue, Yellow & Metallic Colour supplied at random
Rainbow 10 In 1 Pen Rainbow 10 In 1 Pen

Rainbow 10 In 1 Pen

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Choose a colour that fits your mood, and with 10 different colour you've got plenty to choose from Twist the barrel at the top to select a colour
Wooden Folding Ruler Wooden Folding Ruler

Wooden Folding Ruler

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A foldable wooden ruler reminiscent of the one granddad used while tinkering in his shed 1m long when unfolded An essential tool for aspiring architects and DIY enthusiasts
Inside North Korea Inside North Korea

Inside North Korea

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Erased by bombing during the Korean War, North Korea’s trophy capital of Pyongyang was entirely rebuilt from scratch from 1953, in line with the vision of the nation’s founder, Kim Il Sung. Designed as an imposing stage set, it is a place of grand axial boulevards linking gargantuan monuments, lined with stately piles of distinctly Korean flavor, to be “national in form and socialist in content.” Under the present leader, Kim Jong Un, construction has ramped up apace. He is rapidly transforming Pyongyang into a playground, conjuring a flimsy fantasy of prosperity and using architecture as a powerful anaesthetic, numbing the population from the stark reality of his authoritarian regime Guardian journalist and photographer Oliver Wainwright takes us on an eye-opening tour behind closed doors in the most secretive country in the world, revealing that past the grand stone façades lie lavish wonder-worlds of marble and mosaic, coffered ceilings, and crystal chandeliers, along with new interiors in dazzling colour palettes. Discover the palatial reading rooms of the Grand People’s Study House, and peer inside the locker rooms of the recently renovated Rungrado May Day Stadium, ready to host a FIFA World Cup that will never come
California Crazy. American Pop Architecture California Crazy. American Pop Architecture

California Crazy. American Pop Architecture

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In this vivid new examination of a rogue architectural style, discover the roadside structures of California. Fresh discoveries and several pictorial essays explore how these buildings became synonymous with the West Coast and how the power of personal expression championed any architectural establishment with structures eccentric, innovative, and bizarre.
Arts & Architecture 1945-49 Arts & Architecture 1945-49

Arts & Architecture 1945-49

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Ambitious and engaged, Arts & Architecture magazine celebrated change and innovation across politics, society and especially culture. This selection from the magazine's first five years features the complete covers.  It focuses on the groundbreaking Case Study House Program, one of the most unique and influential events in the history of American architecture.
Destination Architecture: The Essential Guide to 1000 Contemporary Buildings Destination Architecture: The Essential Guide to 1000 Contemporary Buildings

Destination Architecture: The Essential Guide to 1000 Contemporary Buildings

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The definitive architecture travel guide that lets you visit 1,000 of today's most must-see contemporary buildings – whether at home or on the road Featuring 1,000 of today's most compelling buildings by the world's finest architects, Destination: Architecture is an unparalleled and comprehensive resource for anyone wanting to get more out of their travels. No journey, from a long weekend to a long-haul trip, would be complete without this expertly curated 'who's who' of the most exciting architecture in the world Each building is illustrated with a single image and accompanied by a brief description, with addresses, websites, and opening details. It's the best way to find and enjoy contemporary built culture on every continent
How To See: Visual Adventures in a World God Never Made How To See: Visual Adventures in a World God Never Made

How To See: Visual Adventures in a World God Never Made

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A new edition of George Nelson's classic guide to visual appreciation, released on the fortieth anniversary of its original publication Originally published in 1977 by iconic American furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, George Nelson's critically acclaimed manifesto on how to recognise, evaluate, and understand the objects and landscape of the man-made world has influenced generations of design professionals, students, and aficionados. Forty years later, this cult book has been brought back to life with a fresh, new look and feel. At a time when our collective fascination with design has gone global, by one of the 20th century's most important design thinkers and will continue to educate and inspire readers everywhere
Plumen 001 LED bulb pendant Plumen 001 LED bulb pendant

Plumen 001 LED bulb pendant

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The Plumen Pendant is designed to be the perfect partner for the Plumen 001 LED light bulbs but is also suitable for other bulbs Includes a painted metal ceiling rose, lamp holder, drop cap and two metres of matching fabric cable The Plumen Pendant is suitable for installation in any ceiling and the cable length can be adjusted to your preference Available in black, white and copper Purchase with the Plumen 001 LED light bulb for a saving Please note: this product is only suitable for bulbs with an E27 Edison Screw fitting
Plumen 001 LED bulb Plumen 001 LED bulb

Plumen 001 LED bulb

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The world's first designer low energy bulb, the iconic original Plumen 001, reincarnated in 2018 as a high performing LED with a lifetime of 20,000 hours and available in warm white (2700k) Fully dimmable Designed by Plumen and Samuel Wilkinson Combine with the pendant set for a saving
Black Black

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A stunning exploration of the beauty and drama of 150 black structures built by the world's leading architects over 1,000 years A visually rich book, Black: Architecture in Monochrome casts a new eye on the beauty - and the drama - of black in the built world. Spotlighting more than 150 structures from the last 1,000 years, Black pairs engaging text with fascinating photographs of houses, churches, libraries, skyscrapers, and other buildings from some of the world's leading architects, including Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, and Eero Saarinen, David Adjaye, Jean Nouvel, Peter Marino, and Steven Holl

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On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes

On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes

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A compelling first-hand look at one of today's most fascinating food trends - the practice of cooking with and eating insects The concept of eating insects has taken off in recent years in the West, with media coverage ranging from sensationalist headlines to passionate press pieces about the economic benefits. Yet little has been written about how they taste, how diverse they are as ingredients, and how to prepare them as food On Eating Insects is the first book to take a holistic look at the subject, presenting essays on the cultural, political, and ecological significance of eating insects, alongside stories from the field, tasting notes, and recipes by the Nordic Food Lab

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