It’s a modern treehouse for adults! I would have loved this as a child. See more info at Rockefeller Architects
Daily Archives: April 5, 2010
This lamp makes me want to take a bath in gummy bears…is that ok? Only ten will be made by design group JELLIO. They are made up of about 5,000 acrylic gummy bears (so, you can’t eat it?), and take about 2 months to make. I would totally bask in — Continue reading
Peter Benarcik, a talented architect that I mentioned in last week's post on the Firehouse Station, has a creative and modern collection of furniture designs that I would like to share. His firm, Five Ply Design, located in Seattle, likes to incorporate alternative materials and methods into their designs. Here are — Continue reading
The least we can say is that these interventions in NYC are interesting. The least, of course! I think it is quite an inteligent way of making people pay a little more attention in their day to day stuff, like walking to work. I really don`t know who is the artist, — Continue reading
Lately I have been having a thing for Japanese inspired objects and unique seating…I can see I am not the only one…. 1. MoCo Loco has all the scoop on this one and more. 2. So compact and utilitarian. Cool folding stool by Riki Watanabe found on Design Addict. — Continue reading
My Books bookshelf, and exciting interpretation of an old standard..
The NSW Sport and Recreation Centre at Berry in Southern New South Wales, designed by Allen Jack + Cottier Architects, comprises of a collection of institutional buildings which cater to school and community groups, families and the corporate sector. Facilities include a heated swimming pool, tennis courts, a multipurpose — Continue reading