Abdalla Al Omari, a Syrian artist who is a refugee himself, has made a collection of paintings from world leaders. But here is his paintings these people are not world leaders anymore, but refugees. Donald Trump (American President) All images[…]
Paris is famous for different things. From love and culture to design and pastry. But during Christmas one of the must seen places in Paris is the windows of Gallery Lafayette which will get designed by famous brands. Also the[…]
All of us will face lots of empty glass jars in our trash very often. Thinking about the amount of money should be spent to recycle them (if they get recycled) and also the amount of money we save if[…]
According to Garudian, these theatre designs has changed the modern face of theatre sets. Starting from Hamlet in 1912 to the Sucker Punch in 2010. Hamlet Directed by: Statinlavski 1912 Moscow Art theatre Theatre design by: Edward Gordon Craig
One of the famous things about Amsterdam is having lots of Bridges. Around 2500 in the whole city. But next year, in addition to all these bridges, Amsterdam will host the first 3D printed steel bridge.
Buying A book from a “real” bookstore is becoming less and less popular in the world you are one click away from buying your book while having your tea on your sofa at home. But we should never forget that[…]
Qorveh House Architecture has a long standing history that despite the popular belief is not limited to the west. In fact, this art originates to Mesopotamia just as every other thing. While we see breakthroughs of the western culture on[…]
Vank Wall Boxes The Vank Wall boxes are sound isolated cubic enclosures designed for open environments such as open office layouts. These boxes are perfect for meetings, conferencing, making phone calls or even as a resting place.
Architecture Series As a part of this journal we call Desitic, per our mission,we aim to share anything design and architecture. The goal is to show our audience the level of design used by professionals around the world. When it[…]
Architecture students know how to get in trouble and make art in the process. Students and faculty of the University of Miami’s architecture school constructed a series of orange poles beneath the city’s Brickell MetroRail station.