Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Want an unusual cosmopolitan and artistic experience while consuming the simplest American food – the burger? Is that even possible? Check out this Ukrainian restaurant project and you will see that there is nothing simple about the burger or the

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Cloud Installation

Canadian interior designers Mason Studio filled a warehouse with luminous clouds as a calming space amid the hustle and bustle of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival last month. via

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Lisandro Baibiene is a graphic artist from Argentina. He created a series of bug sculptures – “a global point of macro view in insect life and human relations indeed”. Those artistic sculptures made from waste capture us with their unusual forms

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Da Silva is a brand of furniture products that reinterpret craft techniques and explore the human relationship accentuated by the humorist intention. The products are intended for domestic environments. Nel & Maria are bedside tables or support tables with an

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Hal is a small pendant lamp. The light source is a metal disc with an elegantly beveled edge containing LED lights. The lamp can be used ‘naked’, or with the addition of a glass shade (3 types) to create elaborate

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This very organic ambiance composed with elements of rustic charm and simplicity expressions translated in contemporary design language is combining eco-friendly recycled elements and functional, minimalist fittings. The home is located in Rome, Italy and is created by Fabio Carrabetta.

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Stockwerk Shelf

Another example of furniture inspired by the nomadic urban life. Shelves are wooden, but it seems light, mobile and easily to assemble. Shelf by German designer Meike Harde are quick to install, the foldable nature of the furniture also makes