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Design Milk

Design Milk is an online magazine dedicated to modern design that covers a broad range of areas including architecture, home furnishings, art, technology, and fashion. Our highly curated and hand-picked designs and our original features, such as our weekly designer interviews, product process articles, and creative regular postings attract millions of readers from around the world. Design Milk is the only global online magazine to offer the absolute best in modern and innovative design in a large variety of categories intermixed with inspiring original content.

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Golden Moon

The Golden Moon is a temporary architectural structure that explores how Hong Kong’s unique building traditions and craftsmanship can be combined with contemporary design techniques in the creation of a highly expressive and captivating popular public event space. It is the winning entry for the 2012 Lantern Wonderland design competition which was organised for the Mid-Autumn Festival to promote Hong Kong as Asia’s World City. The 6-storey high pavilion was built in only 11 days from steel, bamboo, and stretch fabric and was on display for six days in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park in fall 2012.

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Printed Bulbs

The ‘Printed Bulbs’ series explores new forms for light bulbs that reimagine the conventional ‘Edison bulb’ with a specialized 3D printing process. Within the clear bulb material internal structures are carefully designed to guide and reflect light. These techniques can be fabricated entirely in a 3D printer to enable new form-factors for lighting design. Each light bulb can be attached to any existing lighting fixture, such as a chandelier or desk lamp, or used individually as a pendant lamp or free-standing light.

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Or2

Or2 is a single surface roof structure which reacts to sunlight. The polygonal segments of the surface react to ultra-violet light, mapping the position and intensity of solar rays. When in the shade, the segments of Or2 are translucent white. However when hit by sunlight they become coloured, flooding the space below with different hues of light. During the day Or2 becomes a shading device passively controlling the space below it. At night Or2 transforms into an enormous chandelier, disseminating light which has been collected by integrated photovoltaic cells during the day.

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SHADE LAMP

Who does not remember Grandma in her armchair knitting, and just beside her the old lamp with the cloth shade? Perhaps not very clearly, but it does bring back childhood memories. SHADE works without any switch, a simple touch on the “light bulb” is all it takes to dim the luminosity as you wish, or to turn it of. This innovative lamp has a true recognition value and universality; its various facets allow it to appeal to everyone. The lamp bring several generations together, past and future. In a room it can be reserved, sometimes a little shy. Björn Ischi

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Temple

From the growing popularity in home baking we could see a need for a modern looking contemporary cake stand, which could be easily stored in a cupboard or draw. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Temple is easy to assemble and intuitive by sliding the plates over the central tapered spine. Disassembly is just as easy by simply sliding them back off. All 4 main elements are held together by the Stacker. The Stacker helps keep all the elements together for multi angled compact storage. You can use different plate configurations for different occasions.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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