An inflatable chair with a wooden base that rethinks the entire idea of flat-packed furniture with new materials, making it look cool and comfortable.
Living in a tiny home where space is a luxury and clutter is hard to avoid, pushes us to innovate and think outside of the box. Our clever shelf does double duty as a table. Just fold the shelving unit down and the shelves transform into a solid tabletop. Designed and made with precision — the shelves stay level while
Today we’re taking a look at six contemporary artists you may not have heard of, artists whose work pushes the boundaries of their media and looks not quite like anything you’ve seen before. Katharine Morling creates these incredibly detailed sculptures of everyday items from clay, each detail more breathtaking than the last. in her distinct style, these quotidian objects seem simultaneously more and less real, drawing you into a strange and fascinating alternate world.
Photo & Design Source: Rita Chan Interiors SHOP THE POST: Much like designing this client’s foyer & living room, the dining room design was approached in a similar fashion. After taking stock of my client’s design q&a (and a deep dive into their shared Pinterest board), I knew that family friendly, casual, yet infinitely elegant was going to be the name of their game in this space. To achieve that exact vibe, I set out on a hunt to find similar spaces that felt bright and fresh, filled with…
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Iris van Herpen used chronophotography, a technique from the Victorian era that captures movement in several frames, to guide the draping of a garment, breaking the process down to emulate the layering of a bird’s feather on sculpted dresses with undulating hems. Based on a bird’s soundwave patterns, the dramatic red Mimesis corset dresses combining laser-cut Mylar, black cotton, red organza and sheer black acrylic sheets also echoed a feather’s structure. In her controlled, craft-intensive…