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BuildBlog has mocked up what some of the top apps may look like on the Apple Watch. Pretty slick.

[via 9to5Mac]


Public Library Amsterdam Jo Coenen & Co Architekten


Spira (2014) by Alice Robbiani

Spira is an interactive picture. Using the magnetic principle of inductive charging, it frames our telephone, giving it a place of honour in the home atmosphere.

The way of charging changes completely, and in spite of the power of gravity, we are challenged to let the telephone hung up, keeping us informed of the current time and state of the battery.

The telephone puts aside its usual functions and reinvents itself to become a key: its presence allows energy to spread to make the (heat-sensitive) painting react. This is how a new image appears.


Tian Tai No.2 Primary School| by LYCS Architects

Track and field, basketball court and a bunch of other cool facilities built on the roof of a primary school in China.



By NAF architect & design

 via Archdaily Brasil


Summer’s over. Put-in-Bay, Ohio


by Thomas Le Provost


10 Hallucinations from Spaced Out at Red Bull Studios:


Eric Bourret - Timescape (2009-12)


Isaim Lozano


Every project starts with a brief.

But very few projects end up with exceptional results. Why?

As a disruptive brand and design strategy firm that creates briefs across multiple creative disciplines including Advertising, Design, and Innovation, Tom Bassett, CEO of Bassett & Partners (and founder of MindSwarms), was curious to understand how some of the world’s most consistently exceptional creative talents thought about – and used – the brief.

Through a series of one-on-one interviews with Frank Gehry (Founder Gehry Partner), Yves Béhar (CEO fuseproject), Maira Kalman (Illustrator), John C Jay (President @ GX, Partner @ Wieden + Kennedy), David Rockwell (CEO Rockwell Group), and John Boiler (CEO 72andSunny), we asked them to elaborate on how they define – and use – the brief to deliver exceptional creative results.

The end goal of Briefly is to help inform and inspire future generations of collaborators to write better briefs and manage the briefing process differently in order to help lead to exceptional creative results.

So while every project will still start with a brief, the dream is that more projects end up exceptional because of how these creative titans inspire (or re-inspire) the way we all think about briefs.