Beautiful set of sobering infographics about censorship of the internet using data from Reports Without Borders.
Designboom visit the studio of Odile Decq in Paris.
Bike love from Moritz Resl.
Stephen Alvarez explores the catacombs of Paris for National Geographic.
Printemps Haussmann. Beautiful corian flowers by Pascale Girardin.
Matthew Cusick makes collages from maps.
Frame Pendant lights from Iacoli & McAllister.
Robo-Rainbow is one of Akay's “Instruments of Mass Destructions”, a.k.a. “complicated technical solutions to aide in simple acts of vandalism”.
Beautiful skate videos from Juan Rayos.
The Bruno Mini Velo 20 is a gorgeous mini bicycle.
Treasury table by Lucie Koldová and produced by Process. A frosted glass surface covers a plethora of drawers.
Rachel Feinstein’s art installment at Lever House, "The Snow Queen".
A look back at beautiful Radial Convergence projects from VC.
Emily Crane’s Micro-Nutrient Couture: High fashion you can eat.
Løv Organic launched its first boutique outside of Paris in a pop-up installation at the flagship Harvey Nichols store in Knightsbridge on the first of January this year.
Kirk Originals eyewear's new London flagship store on Conduit Street in the West End with interiors by Conduit.
Karim Rashid's space time lamp for Swedish manufacturer Zero will be unveiled at next week's Stockholm Furniture Fair.
Saratech Permasorb Wallpaper is one of 10 featured materials that could help save the world.
Beat the midwinter blues with some gorgeous travel inspiration from NotVentures. Where will your next adventure take you?
Cute concept biodegradable vegetable packaging from Ben Huttly.
Google's Pittsburgh office by Strada is a fun conversion of a former Nabisco bakery that includes a hanging cargo net hammock, indoor bamboo forest (complete with water falls) and LEED gold certification.
Tanks of liquid nitrogen! Kitchen Aid Mixers! Swings! Lab coats! ICE CREAM! So many awesome elements come together at Chin Chin Labs, Europe's first Nitro Ice-Cream Parlor in Camden, London.
Carter Peabody: The Duel. Olympic Fencing Medalist Jason Rogers and Mihail Etropolski Face Off in this gorgeous short film.
Metal recycling plant by Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti in Pivka, Slovenia.
Great videos of tiny seahorses being born at the Tennessee Aquarium.
London's Royal Academy of Arts has a new restaurant with a stunning interior from Tom Dixon.
A nice dose of morning car lust from Porsche. Meet the Porsche Boxster S Black Edition! Gorgeous car, dreamy photos and a fun microsite that lets you be the photographer.
My Family, a project by Sonia Verguet capturing the process of recycling chairs and highlighting the relationships between items.
'Cloud' by Duncan Shotton holds your keys like lightning.
Get inspired for some February feasting with this delectable roundup from Tasteologie.
Gorgeous books as art! This showcase from the students at Birmingham City University proved to be one of the highlights at Interiors Birmingham.
January has flown by and the pages here at NOTCOT.org full of inspiration. Here is just a selection of what the week has had to offer.
Hanging Gardens from Az & Mut are cloth bags that can hold your plants and be easily hung from your balcony.
New work from Buff Diss in Adelaide.
One cup aluminum espresso from GSI outdoors makes one double shot serving in 90 seconds.
Land Art Generator Initiative's 'Lunar Cubit' to be constructed in Abu Dhabi, outside Masdar City.
The Open Lattice, designed by Luigi Ferrara for Dekla, is on display at the IDS show in Toronto.
Telescape, another great entry in the 'A Room for London' competition. By Raw Architecture Workshop and Studio Integrate.
Diving Bahamas' blue holes (flooded inland caves) is number 13 on National Geographic's 20 ultimate adventures.
Warringah Road House in Mosman by Corben Architects.
The Hellraiser series by Karim Rashid for Alessi, presented at Maison & Objet in Paris last week.
T magazine looks at a wide range of London maps. One of my favorites is The Time Travel Explorer, an app that overlays contemporary street maps on historical maps, to show how the city has changed.
Over The Top, a 17x17x17 Rubik's Cube by Oskar van Deventer will be unveiled to the world at the New York Puzzle Party Symposium on Saturday Feb. 12th.
Audi Concept Design Munich has developed a carbon ski design that combines technology from the motor sports and winter sports industries.
Metropolis is showcased by Lladró Atelier, under the guidance of Jaime Hayón. Vases, lamps, mirrors and boxes, all take on the shapes of buildings, forming a metropolis of functional objects.
Ivan Vartanian and Kyoko Wada's 'See/Saw:
Connections Between Japanese Art Then and Now' offers a provocative new look at the origins of Japanese pop art and it is now available for preorder.