A good solution when you don’t have much space in you room: the ‘Oyster’ chair by kawamura-ganjavian. This young architecture and design studio’s newest creation is an innovative foldable felted seat.
The ‘Oyster’ is a versatile piece of furniture. When folded it is a cushion, when unfolded it creates a comfortable shelter.
See below how the oyster opens:
(Source: dsgn wrld)
Some watches inspire me. My favorite is the Sharing Watch below. It must be a bit strange in the beginning. Luckily you can also turn the display 90 degree. So it look like a ‘normal’ watch. Meazm says: “The information of time that I read is the same as those of others. The subject of sharing is elevated from physical dimension to behavioral dimension.”Unfortunately this is just a concept. I want it so bad!
Sharing Watch by MAEZM:
A new desk lamp made by Omri Barzeev. This stunning piece of innovative design is called ‘Lady LED’.
Nice background: the project actually began unintentionally, when Barzeev used a heat shrink tube to fix a broken usb flash drive case. Upon noticing light shining through the case when it was inserted into the computer, barzeev began experimenting with the tubing for use in a lamp, eventually designing ‘lady LED’.
Di Liu’s work deals with conflicting relationships between nature and human society, generated by the rate of chinese urban development. His work examines the relationship between animals and the city.
This 25 year old Chinese photographer has been awarded the 2010 lacoste elysée prize. Twelve nominees were selected and given carte blanche to capture and adapt photographically, the codes of the famous lacoste polo shirt.
All images © di liu / pekin fine arts
I can’t live without Google. But sometimes I type things wrong if I’m in a hurry. Google has the function ‘Did you mean…?’ and it corrects you. Some funny images below from Grey.
Battlesheep instead of battleship
Astronut instead of astronaut
Jetleg instead of jetlag
I love pantone gadgets! This is my collection of Pantone products I have found so far:
via Case Scenario
Via Marlous Naumann (myself)
My French is not good at all, so I can only share some amazing pictures. I really love the combination of the raw nature and clean white furniture. For more pictures check this website!
(Source: Reflex Deco)
Now we are in the ‘Twitter-era’ but it’s nice to shake things up with writing someone the ‘old way’ right?
I would love to get (love)letters like this!
(Source: Design Shimmer)
It’s so cold outside! So we’ll have to keep ourself warm with knitwear.
Claire-Anne O’Brien’s knitted stool creations tell the story of an artistic approach to everyday objects. The Knitted Chairs are comfortable works of art that would compliment any interior design with its beautifully patterned seating surfaces. I like the yellow the best, how about you?