Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, Foursquare, Pinterest, Tumblr, Instragram, VK, Flickr, MySpace, Orkut. These are the places where brands can effectively target their audience and get individual attention. Windmill has been managing multiple social networking sites for some of its brands. Its team of experts spends a considerable amount of time planning and designing the most effective way of brand communications depending on the audience and the particular sites. Their job doesn’t end here. They monitor the success of each post backed by statistics and recommend ways for improvement. Thus, the Windmill team effectively posts, monitors and reports the brand activities for each social networking site.
Titled with “Let your design talk”, Windmill Advertising Limited has launched the 2nd edition of the only Interior Design Competition of Bangladesh. Inspiring the young and creative mind of interior architect, this competition is the 1st phase of Home Fest Dhaka 2016, a platform for those who are planning, supporting and dreaming of the best home. The competition will close on October 20, 2016.
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We aim to produce images that are outside the “3d architectural visualization” category.
Our focus is on creating a unique overall feeling in the image, instead of forcefully instructing the viewer in what to think and feel about the project.
A Mir image gives space for an individual experience.
We want to create images that humans instinctively relate to and connect with. Manipulating away shadows or faking light can backfire and result in images that feel “disguisive” and unnatural.
Strawberry cake and T-bone steak are both good things, but it is not a given that they work together in a dish. Camera angle, lighting, colour, and composition are the key ingredients that together make up the foundation of an image. A poor foundation cannot be saved with flares, fog and effects.
3. Thoughtful use of markers
Images that over instruct the viewer what to think and feel about the project can be unappetizing. We keep things natural and palatable by questioning the use of any symbolic markers such as “Kids with Balloons” or “Trendy Shopping Girls”.
Form Us With Love recently created the Nest Collection for +Halle. The series provides an unpronounced divider to the traditional lounge area, by simply creating layers of both high and low seating. The heights offers a sense of privacy, whilst maintaining the comfort of a relaxed armchair.
“With Nest, you can create a perfect room-in-a-room feeling without having to add traditional tall room dividers or high back sofas,” commented Martin Halle, Brand and communication director at +Halle. “When first installed it was evident that people were sitting next to each other-at different levels-without being affected by their neighbors. With a minimal expression, the Nest Collection, keeps the room open in a new way.”
Fascinated by the typologies of pedestals, such as the Umpire’s chair on a tennis court, Form Us With Love has experimented with a lofty landscape, adding the element of dignity and softness to a seat with a view. “Our ideas of different height layers led, as they often do, into deeper research,” explained John Löfgren, Creative Director at Form Us With Love. “We analysed the activities and behaviours of a public spaces, and the upholstered furniture vs. bar stool seating scenario. Instead of putting the two characteristics next to one another, we merged them-creating a tall vertical Nest.”
Archtober is accepting nominations for projects to be included in New York City’s month-long festival of architecture and design. Each day in October 2016, the event will feature a Building of the Day as a noon-time, architect-led tour.
Building of the Day tours are the centerpiece of Archtober. With the goal of making exemplary architecture and the work of architects more accessible to the general public, the lunchtime tours, led by the project’s architect, generate international publicity and provide a platform for engagement in important issues in the New York City built environment.
The building can be located in any of the five boroughs of New York City and does not need to be a recently completed project. The building must be available for a lunchtime tour during October 2016. The building should be nominated by the architect, who is responsible for clearing the copyrights of the images submitted. The deadline for submissions is Friday, April 29.
L A M P (Lighting Architecture Movement Project) is calling for entries for its fourth annual international lighting design competition.
The competition challenges designers to approach their light fixtures with the guidance of a singular word.
This year’s theme is Cosmic. There are three categories for submission: student, emerging, and established designers.
Submissions will open on June 1st and close on August 15th, 2016.