Starting with a photo of a flattened banana peel, Cologne Institute for Architectural Design students Marc Over and Moritz Winkler created an enormous cardboard banana using Rhino for drafting and a Leica cutting plotter. When they finished assembling the oversized fruit, the pair recruited some of their fellow classmates to help install it on the roof of a Cologne University building.
“Pointed T” by Hara Design Institute / photo by Hiroshi Yoda The creative director of MUJI, Kenya Hara, recently curated “Architecture For Dogs”, a commissioned series of structures for dogs created by 11 top designers and architect... Read Post
Photo by Jun Gil Park I’ve posted about communicating via banana peel before, but Jun Gil Park takes it to a whole new level. Taking advantage of the banana peel’s natural tendency to brown when pressure is applied, the Australian a... Read Post