Cameron

Cameron Cole Carcelén

Cameron is a designer and holds degrees in urban studies and architecture, and has a background in grassroots community involvement for neighborhood improvement and development. Having lived in New York and Buenos Aires, she is a lover of cities and currently lives in Quito, Ecuador. She loves bicycles, fresh juice, and the Andean topography punctuated by volcanoes that characterize Quito’s landscape.

Bon Drawer by Keiji Ashizawa

The concept behind 'bon drawer' is a lightweight steel frame on wheels that holds five interchangeable oak veneer drawers. Keiji Ashizawa...

Out of the Woods

In conjunction with the London Design Festival, students at the Royal College of Art have created Out of the Woods, a project that combines...

Milk Brother / Moka Milk Frother by PoChih Lai

The Milk Brother utilizes physics so ingeniously and efficiently to deliver better home-brewed lattes, it could only be the descendent of...

Felt Clock by Sebastian Herkner

For German designer Sebastian Herkner, the design process is about problem solving and developing solutions to needs. The felt clock which will...

Sending Children to School and Re-planting Forests

This series of toys covers all the bases for the design-minded idealist: they're beautiful, well made by adequately paid craftsmen, and a portion...

Quarter Bench by H.C. Wang Design

This collection of furniture includes four identical benches, each a geometric quarter-circle in plan. H.C. Wang developed the benches so that...

Baltimore Warehouse, Alex Larsen + Alex Dijulio

In a series of work that interrogates the meaning of street art, photographer Alex Larsen and sculptor Alex Dijulio make artwork involving scenes...

Field Power Desk by Kanz Outdoors

Imagine a high school-style desk that features solar panels and lithium iron batteries, and can single-handedly keep a laptop charged for up to...

Wooden Keyboard by Orée

Seeking to bridge the gap between traditional craftsmanship and digital technology, the French design studio Orée has developed a beautifully...

Story Pool House by Lake Flato

Known for its environmentally appropriate architecture, Lake Flato has designed an award-winning house in Cedar Point, Texas, reaffirming the...

Everyday Objects by Chuck Routhier

Graphic designer, furniture designer, accessory designer and Renaissance man Chuck Routhier has a process and philosophy that emphasize the...

20 Hangers Wardrobe by Alice Rosignoli

The ubiquitous problem of too little closet space has brought urban dwellers a number of storage solutions that range from clever to bizarre to...

Illustrations by Silke Bonde

Copenhagen-based illustrator Silke Bonde creates images that convey a child-like playfulness while simultaneously adhering to a sophisticated...

Higo Tool for Zai, by Kacper Hamilton

The Higonokami (“Higo”) knife has been made by metalsmiths in Japan for centuries, and – unlike most tools – has remained virtually...

Reconstruction of Refuge Tonneau by Cassina

Designed by Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret in 1938, reconstructed by Perriand's daughter Pernette Perriand-Barsac and Cassina, and...

Analogue Photo Printing + iPhone = Impossible

Yes, Photoshop and Instagram now allow us to make digital photos look old and sun-faded, but to the discerning photographer – and admirer of...

Barn Conversion by Josephine Interior Design

When designer Joséphine Gintzburger was asked to convert the interior of this historic barn into a contemporary residence, she established a...

One Handed Condom Wrapper by Ben Pawle

The winding down of the London Paralympic Games represents a perfect moment for designers to reflect on how they integrate principles of...