We all love schwag, t-shirts, caps, hoodies, stickers, you name it. We have tried to sell Abduzeedo merchandise with special designs in the past, but it requires a lot of logistics so therefore we haven't been too successful. Now, with the help from our friend's over at Spreadshirt, we were able to create an online store with ease where you too can pick up some new schwag. We ordered one of each to check out the quality. My favorite is the Abduzeedo Cap. These products are shipped to anywhere in the world by Spreadshirt. Show your love for Abduzeedo and pick up some new duds from our new collection. Hoodie T-shirts Cap Other Check out all products at the Abduzeedo Schwag Store
A building with strong lines, elegant and with some aerodynamic lines. This is the Harley Daivdson Hearquarters in Australia, a culture that goes beyond the 2 wheels and that was expressed in this project located at Lane Cove, a place close to Sydney. The architects Tony Owen Partners had the pleasure to be the brain behind this piece of art. Inside the building there is a mezanine where we can see everything we got to use: showroom, cafe, library and even a gym. A project that began in 2007 and that it was finished only by the end of 2009. It contains office space, showrooms as well as training facilities, classrooms, warehousing, gymnasium and breakout space. The design was inspired by the mechanical specifications of the motor bike engine. Thanks for the tip The Architectural Review!
Try to imagine a lot of houses built overlapped, 12 houses, one over another. Well, this is the project Vitrahaus, designed by Herzog e De Meuron to the Vitra's showroom, a beautiful sample of deconstruction and modernity. Located at the Weil Am Rhein, between Switzerland and Germany, will be latest architectural addition at the Vitra Campus complex, which already features buildings by Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Tadao Ando, among others. The house is a piece of art, built with concrete walls and huge windows, allowing you to have an amazing view form the campus during the day, becoming big 'store windows' at night, showing the pieces inside of it. Inside the Vitrahaus the architects achieve success on their mission to treat the minimalism and simplicity to bring even more value to the colors and shapes to each chair, each sofa, each Vitra mobil. To be honest, the designs are complementary, and the visitor's eyes are delighted by both architecture and the furniture showroom. The “VitraHaus“ is a direct, architectural rendition of the ur-type of house, as found in the immediate vicinity of Vitra and, indeed, all over the world. The products that will be on display are designed primarily for the private home and, as such, should not be presented in the neutral atmosphere of the conventional hall or museum but rather in an environment suited to their character and use. mage © designboom mage © designboom Herzog & De Meuron / VitraHaus from 0300TV on Vimeo Sources: dezeen.com and designboom.com.