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Topaz Detail

It can be hard to make tack-sharp images that "pop".<p>Topaz Detail makes it easy.<p>Crystal-clear sharpness from real image details<p>Sharpness is the first …

How Much Did Photigy Do to That Amazing iPhone vs Hasselblad Photo in Post?

Last week we shared a video that got both incredibly popular and controversial. It was put together by Photigy’s Alex Koloskov, and showed how he …

3D Systems introduces new consumer 3D printers, with one for the demanding hobbyist

3D Systems, one of the largest 3D printer companies in the U.S., revealed the newest in its line of personal printers today: the Cube 3. It also …

John Pilger on Obama's drone war

<i>Taken from the January issue of Dazed and Confused:</i><p>The multi-award-winning Australian journalist and filmmaker John Pilger has covered – and helped uncover – many of the past half-century’s major events: from the Vietnam war and Pol Pot’s 1970s Cambodian genocide to covert American intervention in …

Inside the Hermès Leather Workshop

“100mph Bike”

<b>May 09.13 – “100mph bike”</b><p>The 100mph bike, speed bike or any one of the working titles that has been used for this project by the people involved. Its …

The Negative Space of a House Cut Inside a 908-Page Book | Colossal

<p>Your House is limited edition artist’s book by Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson that depicts the negative space formed by his home located …

Articles about 7 modern stone homes on Dwell.com - Dwell

We take a look back at Salone del Mobile's 2014 special exhibition—Where Architects Live—with a sneak peek into the personal...<p>Once a locker for a midnight loo, the bedside table has taken on a far sweeter function—and a score of forms for holding big...<p>Just in time for summer, here are seven …

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The Rogers House in London Goes Up For Sale

The Rogers House in London is on sale for the first time since it was built in 1968, available through the UK’s modern real estate agency, The Modern …

Architecture

iOS 7: Instead of Flatness, We Got Depth

Today, after plenty of self-deprecating jokes about virtual cows, Apple unveiled a sweeping overhaul of the mobile software by Jony Ive. After months …

Primate Frames All-Mountain

About two hours ride south of Sydney stands the Illawarra Escarpment, a dramatic series of cliffs that rise up from the coast, extends about one hundred kilometers south and reaches heights of almost 800 meters above the sea. It’s home to Tarn Mott and Primate Frames, who built this burly rig to …

Bressan Riviera

For those of us not fluent in Italian, information on Roberto Bressan’s Biciclette Speciali is scant, even with the help of Google Translate. One has to wade through pages of football blogs and videos of Mauro Bressan’s famous bicycle-kick goal (spectacular, but no relation). One thing can be …

Disruptive beauty at the 2013 Concorso d’Eleganza

Interview: Giorgio Biscaro of FontanaArte

by Stefano Caggiano<p>Nominated as FontanaArte's first art director ever, Giorgio Biscaro had 12 months to pick up the heritage of the historical lighting company that boasts Gio Ponti and to bring it to new levels. He spent the first month thinking about the direction to take and reading Ponti's …

This week on Dezeen

Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was in the spotlight this week, first for the opening of his Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and then for saying that …

Foodzines: Around the World

by Laila Gohar<p>All over the world, from Tokyo to Beirut, a handful of compelling food journals are being published. Here we bring you a filtered selection of foodzines that have an international perspective and offer a peek into a unique food culture. Whether you're intrigued by the relationship …

Baselworld 2013: Innovation

Industry firsts are a hallmark of the Baselworld watch fair. Companies are eager to show off their latest complications, materials and designs. Innovation can be found in all corners of the market, and here are a few that we think merit notice.<p>We saw movements made from wood and dials made from …

You And A Mallet Turn This Cube Into A Chair

Part chair, part sculpture, part bodybuilder test.<p>Mies van der Rohe famously remarked that a skyscraper was almost easier to design than a good chair. Mies, of course, was speaking from first-hand experience. The master produced several of the century’s most recognizable chair designs, including …