The Oxford Shirt

cabbagerose:

multiball/roberto paoli for modo luce
via: contemporist
Oct 1

cabbagerose:

multiball/roberto paoli for modo luce

via: contemporist

Sep 30

subtilitas:

Wespi de Mueron - Historic house renovation (before), Caviano 2002. Photos (C) Hannes Henz

Sep 24

unknowneditors:

Alvaro Castagnet is one of the world’s most highly respected watercolor artists.

He has been recognized with top international honors for his painting and his art graces the walls of many private and corporate collectors worldwide.

Alvaro is in constant demand for solo exhibitions, workshops and instruction. His expert eye is highly sought after as a juror of prestigious art shows. The art of Alvaro Castagnet captures the very soul of his subjects with passion, boldness and elegance.

Alvaro currently living and working in Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Sep 21

remash:

light walls house ~ ma style

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Jul 13

kureator:

Garden & House (via_Spoon & Tamago)

Tokyo, Japan

Ryue Nishizawa

Photography : Iwan Baan

When this architectural model surfaced back in 2006, as beautiful as it was, it was hard to visualize what kind of home would actually take root in Tokyo. And after several years of silence it appeared the model was just another overly-ambitious architectural venture that got shelved away. Well, finally images of iconic architect Ryue Nishizawa’sHouse & Garden have appeared.

Jul 7

worclip:

Catch-Bowl Shelf (2011) by Torafu Architects 

Production: TANSEISHA Co, Ltd.
Materials: Bent plywood, sycamore, stainless steel, magnet
Size: Ø400mm
Photo: kenpo

We proposed a shelf, focusing on corners, which inevitably exist in every room. When a hemisphere is divided into a quarter and three quarters, the quarter snugly fits into a concave corner and the three quarters onto a convex corner.

Based on this idea, we created a joyful and lightsome shelf that allows the user to adjust its height and also use it as a bowl to enjoy putting things in it just like playing a ball toss game in an athletics festival.

On the lid and at the bottom of the bowl, the radial patterns made by the alternately inverted wood grain of the shiny sycamore sliced veneer seem like twinkling stars.

By splitting into two parts, this bowl catches edges and catches things to become little shelves in the corners of a familiar room. When one part catches its counterpart, they become one whole bowl again.

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Jul 7

let-s-build-a-home:

Toronto rcruzniemiec

#homesick

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Jul 3

Poehler-oids [x]

punniest pun ever

(Source: sarahpaulsn, via e-pic)

timelightbox:

Photograph by Justin Fantl for this week’s issue of TIME, illustrating the story Growing Pains. (which was then later turned into this lovely GIF)
Jun 6

timelightbox:

Photograph by Justin Fantl for this week’s issue of TIME, illustrating the story Growing Pains. (which was then later turned into this lovely GIF)