Hannah Clare Gordon

 

Hannah-Clare is currently studying History of Art and Architecture at Trinity College Dublin. Her role as a committee member in the photographic society at Trinity has enabled her to pursue her avid interest in photography. She keeps herself occupied during term time teaching printing in the dark room and participating in student exhibitions. Always green at heart, her ambitions were inspired following a visit to the Radical Nature exhibition in London in 2009. Since then she has focused on a future in eco-design with a particular interest in green architecture and its natural aesthetics in an urban environment. This is all geared towards her underlying ambition – to save the world. Following her BA she intends to study architecture in San Francisco. She loves Louis le Brocquy and tree houses.

Hannah Clare Gordon
Radiant Yhi Pendant Lamps Inspired by Aborigine Sun Goddess

Radiant Yhi Pendant Lamps Inspired by Aborigine Sun Goddess

These beautiful Yhi pendant lamps by Brian Steendyk benefit from a brilliant flat-pack design that saves on shipping costs while cutting down on carbon emissions. One of our favorite designs

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Colorful Bowls Made From Recycled Macadamia Nutshells

Colorful Bowls Made From Recycled Macadamia Nutshells

These colorful Husque bowls are crafted using the recycled hulls of Macadamia nuts by Queensland-based designer Marc Harrison. Through the use of local materials and local symbology, Harrison

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HEL YES! Woodsy Exhibition Shows the Roots of Finnish Design

HEL YES! Woodsy Exhibition Shows the Roots of Finnish Design

The designers of HEL YES! have created a multi-faceted space that explores the roots of Finnish design. Waiters serve food in specially commissioned Heikki Salonen uniforms and visitors dine or

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Aritist Molly Dillworth Creates a Tranquil Oasis in Times Square

Aritist Molly Dillworth Creates a Tranquil Oasis in Times Square

What appears to be a nondescript desert island is actually a painted reproduction of Manhattan based on NASA’s infrared satellite data. The ‘Hot Island’ represents Manhattan, reflecting

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Graffiti Art by D.O.C.S. Takes Inspiration from Nature

Graffiti Art by D.O.C.S. Takes Inspiration from Nature

Careful trompe l'oeil is hardly an artist’s technique you expect a tagger to employ in his graffiti work. But these often miscalculated and misunderstood artists have a lot to teach the world

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Stunning Bamboo Forest Continues to Grow Atop Met Museum

Stunning Bamboo Forest Continues to Grow Atop Met Museum

This summer the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art sprouted an incredible bamboo jungle as artists Doug and Mike Starn erected their “Big Bambú: You Can’t, You Don’t and You Won’t

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Rooftop Farming: A Visit to Brooklyn’s Eagle Street Rooftop Farm

Rooftop Farming: A Visit to Brooklyn’s Eagle Street Rooftop Farm

A warehouse rooftop in Brooklyn is probably the last place you'd expect to see a farm -- however this year the Broadway Stages Building burst forth with a burgeoning rooftop crop of fruits and

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