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An intriguing approach to drying soggy lawns!
An intriguing approach to drying soggy lawns! This giant clothes peg sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal appears in Park Chaudfontaine in Belgium. Continuing the scale gymnastics of Claes Oldenburgh, Uysal is interested in the puckering of surfaces. Have a look at his portfolio here; www.gsmb.metu.edu.tr Until next time Anthony
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An intriguing approach to drying soggy lawns!
Springboard yourself to success with NDA workshops
  The appeal  of distance learning is the flexibility and control you have over your study, you can juggle your life around the course and there’s no need to give up your job which is brilliant. However, for some people who’ve plunged back into education it’s easy to find yourself struggling to complete an assignment…
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Springboard yourself to success with NDA workshops
Clock for an Architect
A clock that shows exactly what makes it tick! This is the perfect clock for an architect. It is one-of-a-kind clock that is both simple and complex, was created as a gift for an architect (see the house at the centre) by Daniel Weill. Visit www.pentagram.com for more information Happy New Year! Anthony
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Clock for an Architect
NDA Student starts blogging!
It’s always inspiring and exciting to see how current and previous National Design Academy students are getting along with their new careers, so when one of our Degree students sent us a link to her new blog, we were all very excited and want to share her work with as many people as possible! Karen…
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NDA Student starts blogging!
The Shoe Bathtub!!
Anthony has found a fantasic piece of design for his latest ‘Asides’…   This time, he has found the perfect bath for all those Cinerellas out there who enjoy the surreal or the playful;   A mosaic covered shoe bathtub!   This was designed by Massimiliano Della Monaca, and we think it  would look great…
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The Shoe Bathtub!!