• Cardborigami: Gimme Shelter

    Cardborigami plans to raise awareness and end social injustices through good design. Founded in 2007 by Tina Hovsepian while she was a student at the USC School of Architecture, Cardborigami transforms 4’ x 7’ pieces of cardboard into portable housing solutions for the homeless.  In a recent recent event at the Callison Terrace in Santa […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 30, 2013
  • Board Meeting Designed by Martin Pitonak

    A modern twist on the traditional coffee table. The angular shape of the design gives the Origami Coffee Table its depth and dimension.  Created by designer Martin Pitonak, each table is custom made to order of solid cherry wood with a 42” x 42” glass top with aluminum stand offs. All images courtesy of Martin […]

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  • Studio Snowpuppe: Illuminated Design

    A design duo from The Hague transforms a single piece of paper into a source of luminosity. Architect Nellianna van den Baard and industrial designer Kenneth Veenebos of Studio Snowpuppe make all of their lamps by hand. Working from flat pieces of paper the team creates unique pieces that fuse modern architectural design with the […]

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  • Dan Tague: Plates + Slides

    In 2005 Dan Tague watched his life wash away before his eyes.  A native of New Orleans, Tague was living in Mid City, which received about 7.5 feet of water, mud, filth, gas, sludge, waste and death when Hurricane Katrina hit.  He witnessed firsthand the deterioration of local and federal government, the breakdown of human kind […]

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