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Banksy is a England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti done in a distinctive stencilling technique.
Who says sustainability isn’t fun? Designed Good is featuring a series of products this week that put a modern twist on what it means to be eco-friendly. The hot-pot bbq below, designed by London duo Black+Blum, conceals a stainless steel grill inside a terracotta pot – with real space for an herb garden on the top. You can literally season the food you’re grilling with herbs you grew on top of the bbq.
This kind of design is exciting because it pushes the envelope: there’s a lot of talk (and rightfully so) about eating local. The more fun ways we have to incorporate sustainable living into our daily routine, the more we can begin to shift our mindset about sustainable eating and environmentally-friendly living.
You can read more about Black+Blum and products like their hot pot bbq here.
SH House by BaksvanWengerden in thisispaperstories.com
Amsterdam-based practice BaksvanWengerden has just completed the ‘SH HOUSE’, an enlargement to an existing home in a village between Haarlem and the north sea coast in Bentveld, The Netherlands. Constructed in 1932, the masonry exterior is topped with a gable roof with overhanging eaves…
Laderfabriken is an old leather factory refurbished by Oscar Properties with an industrial character and a typical turn of the century look…
This vintage commercial interior of Casa Del Agua designed by TH Inc is located in Mexico City, Mexico. Enjoy!
Anthony Coscia, a design partner in Los Angeles based studio Coscia Day Architecture and Design have designed the Skywave House. Anthony created this home for himself and his wife Grace, a 2,250 square foot home that feels more like 3,500 square feet. The increased sense of space is accomplished with large glass walls, an enclosed outdoor living room and the multi level open plan. A true indoor/outdoor idea of living is achieved in this light filled space.
Auckland based studio Leuschke Group Ltd Registered Architects have designed the Parry Court residence.
Objects that seem like half-finished sketches of candle holders, vases, bowls and bottles won British designer Maya Selway second prize in the Object category of the Interieur Design Awards at the Interieur design biennale in Kortrijk, Belgium, last week.