This unique set of hand tools from ChauhanStudio -a London based industrial design practice founded by Tej Chauhan- are designed to turn a once industrial item into a tool that will fit in outside of the workshop.
This luxurious birdhouse was designed and handcrafted by Grovemade in Portland, Oregon. Made of brass and sustainably harvested wood, the design pairs an intricate front screen with a sanded-smooth rear panel.
The Hook-It String Project expects you to have a little fun in life. By playing with the wooden knobs, the brightly colored blue ropes raise or lower to change the size of the loops for hanging objects from.
The Surfin Bird house by Dreikant stands proudly on stilt bird legs. Made with the needs of feather foe in mind, the enclosed piece slides out to accommodate their primary focus whether nesting or feeding.
In Birmingham, Alabama the 18th Street underpass has been officially pizazzed by a progression of neon lights. Artist Bill FitzGibbons calls it Light Rails putting on quite a show greeting the city with a kick ass bolt of electricity.
The Tenzing ladder designed by Fritz Specht takes it to the next level, literally. It’s soft birch wood finish makes it eligible for both the fix it jobs around the apartment and as a stylish furnishing.
Zootechnical by Joao Loureiro. Space is defined around animal sculptures in their relation to the architecture. Specifically to further explore the "relationship between form and function of the architecture of public and private spaces."
The Galerie Perrotin art gallery in New York City is introducing a kaleidoscope of eight mighty polar bears brightly colored and feathered. They have been frozen in motion, jumping, flying, brawling, snoozing.
Studio Mandalaki introduces the MandalakiTable which wraps up an aesthetic approach to office furnishings with its leg design fixed to the top, and as a dual purpose whereas this beautiful feature also provides...
The Chameleon Workplace by Michael Jantzen was designed to replace the conventional office cubical with an exciting organic alternative space in which to work. The entire structure changes its color at the press of a button!
The Kontextür Hanging Line by designer Josh Owen outsmarts the wall fixture malfunction in every tight fit apartment. Basic black, clean white, or surprising red, the bands and hooks are held in place by magnets!