The Mosaic PATHWAY (Portable Adaptable Temporary Hotel With Alternative You-ses), a versatile open source hospitality solution that is portable, reusable, and adaptable to multiple environments and locations.
A watering hole with a retro look and feel from nightlife impresario Keith McNally: Schiller's Liquor Bar on the Lower East Side of Manhattan has been open for a few years but seems from another century.
TALLWORKS is a small design studio located in Los Angeles that helps brands and concepts grow to the next level. To help celebrate the holiday spirit, they decided to spruce up their logo's antlers with a bit of holiday cheer.
Holman House by Durbach Block Architects is set on the edge a cliff in Dover Heights. Living and dining areas cantilever out over the ocean, with amazing views from glass window structures, and a terrace with an outdoor pool.
The ‘Hungry Animals’ ( aka the whale that ate the elephant which ate a hippo which ate a turtle which had eaten a bird ) is a stencil set and small puzzle.
A tiny story of big animals eating small animals, all in the shape of a toy.
From mono-coloured rooms to sleeping under swimming elephants, Maastricht’s Château Bethlehem Hotel is a frighteningly creative place, where hotel management students get hands on experience in forward-thinking hospitality.
National Geographic has made a list of the Ten Weirdest New Animals of 2010. This unidentified purple octopus is one of 11 potentially new species found during a July deep-sea expedition off Canada's Atlantic coast.
Commissioned for Wallpaper* Handmade, an exclusive exhibition and special issue of the iconic lifestyle magazine, Miranda Watkins has created ‘Martini’ a travel cocktail set produced by A.R. Wentworth of Sheffield.
The Blue Print Cleanse KIT ~ fun designer holiday packaging - a specially crafted box by Brooklyn artisan, Aaron Somers, made of vintage reclaimed Southern Yellow Pine, finished in a natural beeswax oil which can be used as a planter!