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VitraHaus – Herzog & de Meuron

Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Located on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, this park features a brilliantly constructed work of architecture entitled the “VitraHaus” that was developed after a large fire in the 1950s destroyed most of the site’s existing factory buildings. The VitraHaus’ sleek and contemporary shell was built Continue Reading

Interior Design – Be Inspired

Are you in need of a little design inspiration? DIY expert Mandi has put a creative spin on her daughter’s bedroom focal wall turning it into a beautiful oasis overflowing with vibrant hues. By mixing core solids with a shade of white, Mandi was able to create a painted ombre effect

Nuzzles – Raw Design

Looking for a way to have a little fun in the snow? Take a peek at this oversized noodle design by Toronto based architecture firm RAW Design as their entry to Winnipeg’s 2014 Warming Huts competition. Called a Nuzzle, these colorful and fluffy creations were built up using an aluminum

Sail Bench – Les Ateliers Guyon

Surrounded by a light fog, from a distance, these park benches look like a fleet of boats setting sail into the horizon. Located along the bank of the

Dovecote Studio – Haworth Tompkins

© Philip Vile © Philip Vile Modern design meets old world charm in the art studio situated on the renowned music campus of Dovecote Studio. The project, led by London based firm, Haworth Tompkins 

Looking for something creative to get into this weekend? Check out this fabulous DIY chair project by Merete via the One More Mushroom blog! LOVE!  What You Need

PINSOFA 1 – Demeter Fogarasi

The Pinsofa by Demeter Fogarasi puts a creative spin on the traditional seating arrangement. “ Walking through the classroom with beautiful sunshine coming through the windows, I discovered a new beauty in the needles sticking out of the

Winner of the TED 2011 Prize street artist, Josh Rubin believes that art can be used to change the world. With the city streets as his canvas, JR uses black and white photographic portraits to relay the untold stories of various people around the world. By pasting these pictures in the city streets, JR has turned hillsides into dramatic Continue Reading

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