Category: Architecture

This week design one is giving a deep bow to the architect John Lautner who would have turn 100 years on 16th of July. Being a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice is surely something that pays off over the years. The prove of this is Lautner’s own style and approach to the environment – his architectural heritage has become an emblem to the landscape it appears in. John Lautner’s prominent projects list is so vast this post could hardly outline it. If you really want to know more about this architectural pioneer please do pay a visit to The John Lautner Foundation site. Design One recommends the interview of Ms. Laskey with John Lautner.


The word “designer” might soon be outdated if more like Tokujin Yoshioka enter the scene. Design, architecture, art and installations from another space and time they all blend into an aesthetic feast to deliver new visual experience. The unprecedented views are often clean and minimal revealing the abilities of light to shape, tone and finally construct an extraterrestrial imagery at terrestrial altitudes.

The image above, Spectrum installation at Seoul’s MuseumBehindMuseum is part of an exhibition which has already expired, but new equally exciting projects are on their way: the new cellular phone “X RAY” designed for KDDI.