A Close Look At Norway’s New Submerged Restaurant Under

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A new half-submerged restaurant off the coast of Norway by Snøhetta architects has caught the eye of every design publication this week. Under is contained within a 34-meter monolith that leans one end on the shoreline and the other 5 meters below the water’s surface on the seabed. And not only do we have a look at the architecture for you, but also the interior design and details, the Head Chef and the food, the marine life and more. (more…)

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Waterscape. Haruka Misawa’s Artsy Aquarium Exhibit.

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Former Nendo alum and the present creative director of Japanese retail company Muji, Haruka Misawa has designed the Waterscape Aquarium Exhibit, a series of small architectural and artsy aquariums for fish, turtles and plant life held at his Misawa Design Institute. (more…)

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Beautiful Bags of Blown Glass by Anne Donzé and Vincent Chagnon.

Blown glass bags Anne Donze Vincent Chagnon

A collaboration between jewelry and glass designer Anne Donzé and glass artist Vincent Chagnon brings us “Déballe ton sac” (Unpack your bag), a collection of unusual blown glass pieces each of which incorporates their individual talents. (more…)

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A Revolving Fish Tank. The Flying Fish Bowl by Raw Edges.

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Created by Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges Design Studio, the Flying Fish Bowl is a donut-shaped wall mounted fish tank that actually revolves leaving the water at the bottom as the environment for the fish changes within. (more…)

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Furniture Made from Old Mine Shells Will Blow You Away.

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Estonian artist Mati Karmin designs and crafts custom furniture from old Russian deep sea mines and sells them under the name MARINEMINE. (more…)

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