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Abyss Table by Christopher Duffy

The Abyss Table, brilliantly designed by Christopher Duffy, is nothing short of breathtaking beautiful. During construction, layer upon layer of wood and glass are meticulously stacked to create a visual that mirrors a topography

Neon Luminance, From the Lenz

Comparable to the Aurora Borealis, but in a much different spectrum, Neon Luminance is a project series that boasts vibrant lights seamlessly illuminating California waterfalls.

Have a look and fall in love with this modern home design by JAM Architects. The concrete structure, intermixed with beautiful warm wood accents, rests on an expansive lot with panoramic view of nature’s beauty. The simplistic layout is complimented with stark white walls and natural finishes,

Carolina Fontoura Alzaga

In her new series entitled “Connect,” artist Carolina Fontoura Alzaga has put together some stunningly dramatic large scaled chandeliers that were designed to portray an aesthetic that was once closely associated with the victorian era. Mixed in with a creative DIY designer flair, each piece in her collection was constructed from salvaged bicycle parts. The finished  chandeliers Continue Reading

Spirit Nests, Jayson Fann

Ahh, Summer. It’s a time for outdoor adventures and new experiences. It’s also the perfect time to nest outside among the trees- literally. Designer Jayson Fann makes this summer dream a reality with his giant hand made Spirit Nests constructed from Eucalyptus branches. Carefully cut off of healthy trees, the strong, flexible branches are stripped Continue Reading

With the enticing panoramic views of the Rio Mountains as their backdrop, these stunning sculptures, constructed and put together using old plastic bottles, truly become a sight to see as they reflect the suns natural light during the day and glow with their own at night.   Located on the Botafogo Beach, the large scaled Continue Reading

Knitted Army, Andrea Brena

When Italian designer Andrea Brena decided to take a year off from the bachelor’s program at Eindhoven Academy, he found himself creating his own masterpieces. Utilizing the ancient art of Arm-Knitting,  Brena soon discovered his niche in the design world. The craftsman creates a range of furniture entitled “Knitted Army” by reusing discarded fabric strips Continue Reading

Since 2004, London based designer Stuart Haygarth has been commissioned to design projects based on found objects. Utilizing objects such as discarded spectacles, party poppers, tail lights, water bottles and other miscellaneous pieces, Haygarth scrupulously connects each object to form wondrous chandeliers. From afar, each light design seems like a colorful cloud burst, but upon Continue Reading

CanLove- Recycling the Art

Everybody has seen vibrant graffiti art lining the streets of their city, but have you ever wondered what happens when the paint dries and the final touches are complete? Graffiti artist CanLove has found the best next step- recycle the cans and make flower sculptures! Through the artist’s recycling program, discarded aerosol cans are transformed Continue Reading

From Vancouver based design studio, MTH Woodworks, comes beautifully constructed sustainable furniture that ranges from 60 to 600 years old.  Michael Thomas Host and Tanja Hinder of MTH Woodworks are the creative duo behind the organically crafted Bloom Collection. By combining salvaged Western Red Cedar tree stumps and birch branches with organic resin, the team Continue Reading

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