Posts Tagged ‘design’

  • Egg

    The Solar Egg

    May 23, 17 • 424 Views • AdventureNo Comments

    Despite looking like a set from a sci-fi blockbuster, the Solar Egg is in fact very real. When Swedish art duo Bigert & Bergström were commissioned to design and build a giant sculptural chamber in the form of an egg, they were only too happy to oblige....

  • Lofoten

    Lofoten Opera Hotel

    Nov 6, 15 • 1128 Views • AdventureNo Comments

    Despite looking more than a little bit like Gandalf’s Middle Earth holiday home, the Lofoten Opera Hotel is a real thing – an 11,000 square meter hotel and residential complex in Norway’s Lofoten archipelago and a spectacular architectural triumph....

  • DiamondAtelier

    Diamond Atelier Custom 1994 BMW R100R Classic

    Apr 6, 15 • 1031 Views • Motorcycles, RidesNo Comments

    There are times when even (presumably) very highly paid professional vehicle designers who work for some of the world’s most iconic manufacturers should tip their hat to custom designers. One of these times is now, and one of these designers is Diamond...

  • Brillhart

    Brillhart house

    Mar 22, 15 • 812 Views • HabitatNo Comments

    When it comes to combining a modern luxury retreat with the (otherwise) untouched beauty of nature they don’t come much better than the Brillhart house, an ambitious self-build project in the heart of tropical Miami. Sitting five feet above the ground...

  • Cessare

    Cesarré sculptors

    Mar 16, 15 • 1054 Views • Furniture, GearNo Comments

    If there’s one thing the French know how to do well it’s quiet minimalism. If there’s another it’s that they never shut up about it. And if you’ve bought something from one of Cesarré’s sculptors you wouldn’t either – these beautiful...

  • TreehouseRetreat

    Nakanosawagawa tree house retreat

    Mar 10, 15 • 759 Views • HabitatNo Comments

    For most Dads the joy of a tree house comes from the actual construction – putting some serious DIY and woodwork skills to the test is reward enough, and it’s the kids that get the real fun out of pretending to live in it. But why compromise? Ryo Yamada...

  • Bunker

    Concrete Bunker

    Feb 5, 15 • 847 Views • HabitatNo Comments

    Holing up in a concrete bunker isn’t something that would usually prove popular outside war time, but if there’s one thing we’ve learnt at Fataldose it’s never to underestimate people’s ability to get creative with weird and wonderful habitats....

  • CasaIncubo

    casa incubo

    Jan 28, 15 • 955 Views • HabitatNo Comments

    If you were asked somewhere for dinner only to find out that person lived in a bunch of old shipping containers you’d probably politely decline, but in the case of Maria José Trejos you’d be making a mistake. Architect and creator of Casa Incubo, Trejos...

  • HelloHouse

    Hello House

    Jan 21, 15 • 796 Views • HabitatNo Comments

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Hello House is simply a rather elaborate Lego construction created by someone who’d been saving up all those white bricks people never use. In reality this Victorian shophouse in Melbourne, Australia has been...

  • Truck spring stools near kitchen bar.

    Truck Spring Stools

    Jul 5, 13 • 4287 Views • GearNo Comments

    Pinterest is usually the haunt of teenage girls and frumpy housewives, but every once in a while something masculine and cool pops up. Case in point: these bar stools made out of repurposed truck springs. Nice as they look in this kitchen, they’d look...