Tag Archives: International design

Late… designer xmas cards

Tweeted by Dezeen magazine:


These are part of the reason I can’t bear to visit Dunedin stores selling Christmas cards anymore – the locally supplied standard of design is SHOCKINGLY BAD AND INANE and the pricing is TOTALLY THE WORST RIP OFF IMAGINABLE.

There. I feel better now.

Post by Elizabeth Kerr

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International architectural form and design

Since Dunedin has problems articulating an appropriate new entry structure for the Town Hall (the proposed glass cube is middling to ok in the face of previous styling efforts, but still lacks some grace and essential detailing and scaling devices), here are some images of built and conceptual architecture to prod the public imagination. Some is OTT.

### designerscouch.org 21 Jan, 2010
Designers Couch: Creative Humans
Amazing Constructs & Beautiful Interiors
By §Damian M.
Several amazing architecture designs and interior spaces collected from Yatzer.com, a great blog for design inspiration.
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Post by Elizabeth Kerr


Filed under Architecture, Construction, Design, Economics, Geography, Inspiration, Urban design