Yata Stool is a minimalist design by Japan-based designer Naoki Hirakoso. The wooden stool epitomizesJapanese minimalism with its clean lines and practicality. Due to the bevelled edges underneath the feet, the stools are completely stackable. The stool is composed through a triangulation of different woodpieces.
See the full album and more minimalist furniture at Leibal
Cushions designed to look like over-sized pebbles provide a playful landscape or resting area in your home. More photos: Pebble Cushions by Smarin
The Reed Residence is a modern but rustic eco-friendly home set in Elkins Meadow, Colorado. The house was designed by Robert Hawkins Architects. More pictures: Reed Residence by Robert Hawkins Architects
Sea Chair by Studio Swine in thisispaper.com
The UN estimates the world’s oceans to contain some 100 million tons of plastic, samples from the Pacific gyre have shown ratios of 6 pounds of plastic to 1 pound of plankton. As our society’s consumption grows, the concentration of plastic increases…
This amazing 3,230 square feet house was designed by Copenhagen-based studio Mencke & Vagnby and architect Peter Sand for a Hong Kong based couple. Location: Canggu village, Bali, Indonesia. Would you like to spend your vacation in a place like this? For the rest of the pictures click here.
Casa Almare by Elías Rizo Arquitectos is a stunning contemporary home located in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. This might just be one of the nicest homes you will ever see. See the complete house tour: Casa Almare by Elías Rizo Arquitectos
Check out this amazing New York loft apartment. The design of the loft is in a way antithetical to Manhattan’s Noho neighborhood, where the common practice is the open plan. More info and pictures!
Here’s the Buurbecue or NeighBourBQ, breaking down social walls while enjoying the most popular outdoor activity, because this summer we’re doubling the fun.”
With over six million users, Bay Area upstart Tune-up Media is the rockin’ renovators of the digital sphere – tidying up and spiffing out our befuddled music libraries with their #1 iTunes plug-in. (Read: mislabeled songs, missing cover art, and duplicate tracks made spic-and-span in a jiffy). But lately, Tune-up founder Gabe Adiv has taken his creative fixer-upper skills to the brick-and-mortar space. Working with designer Marc Hinshaw, the duo tapped the company’s playful underpinnings to create the ultimate rock-n-roll hipster workspace. The new 8,700-square-foot Potrero Hill warehouse-turned-office has been reincarnated as a 70s-inspired Golden Gate Park musicfest – complete with faux grass, a gutted VW Bus-cum-conference room, and fully-functional rock stage.