This Japanese creation is a $5,600 earthquake-proof ‘Wood Luck’ bed. The thing that makes it “earthquake-proof” is its specially treated cedar frame, capable of withstanding up to 65 tons of pressure without breaking.
“Home theaters are the pinnacle of interiors for many, but once you’ve got the expendable cash to splurge on the media room of your dreams there are so many options. Ranging from classic to futuristic; minimal to outrageous– media rooms are what you make of them.”
This beautiful and inviting house is located in the Vaucluse suburb of Sydney, Australia and was designed by Edward Szewczyk Architects. The best part of the house is definitely the rooftop terrace. For the rest of the pictures click here.
Tucked in the shadow of the centuries-old Church of San Michele, this absolutely delicious villa will have you on the phone to your travel agent imminently.
How cool is this! A big bean bag that looks like a lively hibernating Grizzly bear.
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The three different elements are assembled on a modular basis to a Lowboard. The basic forms of the elements (O, E & C) can be used flexibly to build a multitude of variations.It is possible through individual arrangement to adapt to the conditions of various spaces. Depending on the desired e.g. six, ten or 15 elements are strung together.
The concrete is influenced by the style – a slight radial arrangement – from its conventionally anchored context (heavy, solid) is elevated and strengthened in the whole of a delicate appearance.
The material of the connecting parts creates a contrast and deliberately breaks with the dominant concrete surface, thereby becoming the object in addition to visual lightness.
The concrete building material in its composition allows a variety of combinations. The addition of pigments also allows the coloring of concrete in different colors. A desired weight reduction is possible by appropriate additives. The surface structure can vary depending on demand smooth and shiny or dull and rough.
This project aims to create a personal promotion of a font in a new way which have never been done before untill now.
For this purpose, Font & the Box have been designed by Töre EREL, to bring back one of the old printing techniques into use in our current digital age.
Calling out to a wide range of audience such as, graphic designers who love typography and the old traditional analog printing works, as well as the ones who have never been involved with design before but eager to learn how the basic printing technique works.
For more details about this project – in terms of how it’s made, what materials were used, how the idea came up -
please visit either www.toreerel.com or www.toreerel.com/thewoodenletterbox .
or BéHance page of the project : BéHance – Tore EREL
Wishing you have fun during this special experience and to appreciate the allure of the handmade.
Happy Tuesday! Check out this 4000 sqm compound that has been turned into an interior world consisting of 3 houses, pool with pavilion, small forest, rock – tropical – and suspended gardens, sunken garden around a deep well, outdoor bathrooms, savanna and water-tank all of it assembled to provide views on the nearby holy mountain and yet creating privacy in its different indoor and outdoor spaces.
The new Vario Perfect 1200 Platinum is a new generation of caravans where high-quality furniture and upholstery surfaces are in vogue. This model even has a garage for a Mini.
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