Monsieur lamp for Almerich, designed by Tom Allen, Christian Vivanco and Yago Rodriguez is a floor lamp, great for readers, providing a place to rest your book, tea, or glasses.
Freecity has moved its supermät from Malibu to Hollywood.
The handmade Collina Strada Bike Bag.
La Cornette country house in Quebec by YH2.
Giancarlo Tintori's stunning Uma Chandelier is part of a new collection from Nemo Cassina.
Accordion Cabinet by Elisa Strozyk and Sebastian Neeb.
Writing tools from Porsche Design.
Beached house from BKK Architects. Located in Coastal Victoria, Australia.
Light Forest by Tineke Beunders and Nathan Wierink currently on display at IMM Cologne's D3 show.
Erika 'Grundy' Nakamura and Amelia 'Lindy' Posada of Lindy & Grundy, an LA butcher shop selling locally-sourced charcuterie.
Packaging by Jenny Pan for Dashe Cellars.
'SN.house' by Atelier A5 in Setagaya-Ku, Toyko, Japan.
Magdalena Czarnecki's packaging for a great gift box by Aesop.
Moody Couch by Hanna Emelie Ernsting took 2nd prize in the [D3] Contest for young designers at imm cologne this week.
Cute packaging for Lovells Lager by Landor Sydney.
The Blub Lounge Club by Elia Felices Interiorismo in Barcelona, Spain.
London studio Doshi Levien present this child’s rocking horse at imm cologne for Richard Lampert.
New collaborations from Alexander Olch x Colette.
Cute herb Grow Bottles will be part of Potting Shed Creations Spring 2011 line.
The Line Bar by Nathan Yong has two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles.
The Deichmann square at Ben-Gurion University in Beer sheba, Israel by Chyutin Architects.
The Museum of the Moving Image by Leeser Architecture is now open in New York.
What a stunning week we’ve had here at NOTCOT.org. Here is a peek at the beautiful and bizarre that have graced our pages.
Cigarette Ash Landscape by Yang Yongliang.
Beth Katleman's Folly, porcelain wallpaper, at the Jane Hartsook Gallery in New York.
Freshthrills packaging design for Motorman Chocolate Lager.
the Molo Chair, a collaboration between duba-b8 and Norway Says.
Kevin Rushby faces his most hair-raising adventure yet on a horse ride with champion ex-jockey Richard Dunwoody in Georgia's Tusheti mountains.
Cute pop-up park at the OpenHouse Gallery (201 Mulberry Street, between Kenmare and Spring) in Nolita, NY. The park is open from 11-6 everyday until the end of the month.
Gorgeous Thurston Wine House by Jones Studio.
Stitched illustrations by Peter Crawley.
Abstraction of Destruction, a show of J. Henry Fair’s aerial photographs at Gerald Peters Gallery. This is “Lightning Rods”” (2009), depicting a holding tank at an oil sands facility in Alberta, Canada.
THe 23.2 House by Omar Arbel near Vancouver.
Entry by Feix + Merlin in the A Room for London competition.
Beautiful photographs of Los Angeles architecture by Brian Parillo Photography.
North Bay house on San Juan Island, Washington by Prentiss Architects.
India, Through a Birder’s Eyes. Great article and two gorgeous slideshows from the NYtimes.
TriWing chair from Marco Hemmerling.
Great bottle design by WORK Labs for White Fences Vineyard's Meteor Merlot.
Haunting 'Body' by Karen Ryan. The installation spread throughout Portsmouth is composed of discarded chair frames zip tied together to resemble a human skeleton.
Happy Friday! Where will you be spending the weekend? Get some getaway inspiration from NotVentures.
Silk, a program created by Yuri Vishnevsky as an experiment in generative art.
Kahana sunset stereographic by Josh Sommers, who expands the bounds of perception using a variety of techniques, including equirectangular projection.
Mr_Design Office by Schemata is full of fun features, like this mirrored wall with a built in tube slide.
Beautiful oil on cardboard paintings by Theo Altenberg.
Bruce Munro returns to Salisbury Cathedral with Water -Towers. The new installation can be seen until February 27th.