This week's MoCo picks.
+ The New York Institute of Technology's Solar Decathlon OPEN House, "There are two main components to OPEN House: a large 480-square-foot open space that offers diverse living arrangements and a manifold (or core) that contains the kitchen, bathroom, and environmental conditioning systems.". Via TreeHugger.
+ Nils Holger Moorman's modular Rechenbeispiel coat rack system, "Keyholder, mirror and storage space for the everyday stuff, as well as memo-board can all be added to simplify and organise messy wardrobe situations.". Via Atelier A+D.
+ Two new bureaux évolutifs, the Kazam 01 & 02, by Mahmoud Akram @ Daddytypes, "which reconfigure from infant to toddler to teen/adult height. The seemingly simple tubular steel and molded laminate tables have various slots and accessory shelves that look like wings--or those magazine racks on the treadmill at the gym.".
+ Greenspot tiles, designed by Anke Bernotat, Sebastian Kraus and Sandra Turina for Baest, "The ingenious position of the hole allows for both regular and ‘natural’ irregular patterns.". Via The Style Files.
+ Zascho Petkow's colorful Bunte Betten! low beds @ genauso.und.anders.
+ ... Istanbul Design Week 2007 at Core77...
+ How to Work the Design Blogosphere: Design Blog Editors Teach You How to Get Your Shit Published Online. #1) Get an email address.
+ 35mm film still has legs, Takara Tomy's colorful, cubic, Tol Ne plastic cameras @ TOKYOMANGO.