The Till House is a single story house designed by Chilean architects WMR Arquitectos on the coast of Los Arcos. This wooded residence is perched on a cliff, away from prying eyes, with stunning views to the sea through the terrace and windows installed in all rooms. Continue reading »
Sometimes, when we are looking for a place to live in, we experience pleasant or unpleasant feelings. I often find myself thinking about how I could live in a certain place, but there were moments when I simply knew that it’s not what I’m looking for. Continue reading »
Exposed to the Art Gallery Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by designer & illustrator Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters in diameter is made simply out of cardboard and glue and the result is really creative and unique.
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AMARIST atelier crosses the line between Art and Design with one of their most provocative creations: “Too much?” is a sculptural table for unique spaces. In collaboration with artist Alejandro Monge, this functional sculpture seeks to provoke a deep thought about the volatility of money. The piece is an original dining table made of a glass cube containing partially burnt 50 €uro bills and with a thin biofuel flame rising above its surface. The artist meticulously reproduced banknotes from paper using a hyper-realistic technique, and simulated the effect of the burning fire sculpting and petrifying ashes with resin. Continue reading »
It can take a while to warm up to the idea of having exposed bricks in the house but once you get to see how charming they can look, you start looking for more ideas. There are plenty of ways for you to take advantage of such an accent detail. Try an exposed brick backsplash for the kitchen, a brick fireplace wall or a brick fence for the garden. More inspiration coming up! Continue reading »