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A Cat Thing: Cool Modular Furniture for Your Feline FriendIf...

A Cat Thing: Cool Modular Furniture for Your Feline Friend If you’ve ever wondered what your cat’s dream house would look like, then wonder no more as this sustainable modular furniture made from cardboard boxes will entertain your feline friend for hours on end. Designed by Taiwan-based design studio A Cat Thing , the collection includes four different modules (room, living room, balcony, and ramp) which can be linked together to create an endless array of micro-architecture compounds, thanks to their patented origami-inspired cardboard connectors. Like what you see? Enable notifications for this blog so you can stay updated with the latest posts!

Architectural Embroidery by Le KadreBehind Le Kadre are the... crss

Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le Kadre are the French-Swedish textile artists  Charles Henry and Elin Petronella . The couple creates charming embroidery designs inspired by architecture. For us, to create art is not only a vocation but a lifestyle. Our goal is to continue our exploration of embroidery as a modern art form and to expand our creations to the larger art-scene with exhibitions. We also want to continue to provide hands-on workshops, where we engage with the communities around us and teach the power of the handmade. In the long run, we also aim to create more extensive programs of creativity and well-being.  Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by tu recepcja   via crss

Architectural Embroidery by Le KadreBehind Le Kadre are the...

Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le Kadre are the French-Swedish textile artists  Charles Henry and Elin Petronella . The couple creates charming embroidery designs inspired by architecture. For us, to create art is not only a vocation but a lifestyle. Our goal is to continue our exploration of embroidery as a modern art form and to expand our creations to the larger art-scene with exhibitions. We also want to continue to provide hands-on workshops, where we engage with the communities around us and teach the power of the handmade. In the long run, we also aim to create more extensive programs of creativity and well-being.  Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by tu recepcja   via

Hopper Street | Ben Daly / PalaceLocation: Wellington, New...

Hopper Street | Ben Daly / Palace Location: Wellington, New Zealand Photography: Sam Hartnett Learn More: HOME Magazine

Hopper Street | Ben Daly / PalaceLocation: Wellington, New...

Hopper Street | Ben Daly / Palace Location: Wellington, New Zealand Photography: Sam Hartnett Learn More: HOME Magazine

Marcel Architecten - Grimminge house renovation, Geraardsbergen...

Marcel Architecten - Grimminge house renovation, Geraardsbergen 2017. Photos © Johnny Umans . 

Tokyo’s Nikunotoriko Restaurant in an Artistic MasterpieceDining...

Tokyo’s Nikunotoriko Restaurant in an Artistic Masterpiece Dining is a multisensory experience at Nikunotoriko restaurant in the stylish Roppongi district of Tokyo. Envisioned by Japanese architect Ryoji Iedokoro , the establishment serves yakiniku (grilled meat) cuisine in two distinct, mind-blowing spaces designed to reconnect patrons with nature and their primordial origins. The cave-like setting on the first floor revolves around a long smoked-glass table, with a sleek glass tiled floor evoking a stream of water, and undulating walls that bring to mind Arizona’s Antelope Canyon. The upper floor transports diners in the middle of a lush and quiet hillside forest where steel pipes act as trees. For more good design, follow me on Twitter !

Vhils Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils. Born in 1987 in Seixal. The...

Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils Vhils  Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils. Born in 1987 in Seixal. The industrial landscape of the area was an ideal canvas for Vhils who took to expressing himself via graffiti at a young age. He signed his impromptu imagery with the tag “Vhils”, which has no meaning except that V-H-I-L and S are his favorite and fastest letters to write with paint. Vhils’ works are all about exposing layers and creating textures. His massive urban portraits are carved and sometimes blasted, using the support as media. Check our Facebook for more original art. Article by Very Private Art