I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.
I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.
I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.

I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design

The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.

(Source: ymgci.net)

Piano Coat Rack by Patrick Séha
Simply press on one of the carefully produced keys and a hook suitable for hanging bags, scarves, or jackets will appear.
Piano Coat Rack by Patrick Séha
Simply press on one of the carefully produced keys and a hook suitable for hanging bags, scarves, or jackets will appear.
Piano Coat Rack by Patrick Séha
Simply press on one of the carefully produced keys and a hook suitable for hanging bags, scarves, or jackets will appear.

Piano Coat Rack by Patrick Séha

Simply press on one of the carefully produced keys and a hook suitable for hanging bags, scarves, or jackets will appear.

(Source: peruse.be)

25 Hours Hotel by KEC Architects

The interior design was planned by Studio Aisslinger.

(Source: kec-berlin.com)

Water Pitcher Block by Antonio Aricò
The carafe was hand blown by artisan Massimo Lunardon.
Water Pitcher Block by Antonio Aricò
The carafe was hand blown by artisan Massimo Lunardon.

Water Pitcher Block by Antonio Aricò

The carafe was hand blown by artisan Massimo Lunardon.

(Source: antonioarico.com)

Pendura Coat Stand by Galula
A base for balancing shoes, six notches for for hanging bags and looped jackets, and a top for displaying hats and scarves. 
Pendura Coat Stand by Galula
A base for balancing shoes, six notches for for hanging bags and looped jackets, and a top for displaying hats and scarves. 
Pendura Coat Stand by Galula
A base for balancing shoes, six notches for for hanging bags and looped jackets, and a top for displaying hats and scarves. 

Pendura Coat Stand by Galula

A base for balancing shoes, six notches for for hanging bags and looped jackets, and a top for displaying hats and scarves. 

(Source: galulastudio.com)

Shoes by Charles Duffy, William Gubbins & Billy Turvey
Made entirely from plastic waste found on the shores of UK. Watch how the shoes were made in this video. 
Shoes by Charles Duffy, William Gubbins & Billy Turvey
Made entirely from plastic waste found on the shores of UK. Watch how the shoes were made in this video. 

Shoes by Charles Duffy, William Gubbins & Billy Turvey

Made entirely from plastic waste found on the shores of UK. Watch how the shoes were made in this video

(Source: everythingisrubbish.co.uk)

Momentum by Karl Zahn
Tabletop stabiles that gently spin on tiny points. 
Momentum by Karl Zahn
Tabletop stabiles that gently spin on tiny points. 

Momentum by Karl Zahn

Tabletop stabiles that gently spin on tiny points. 

(Source: karlzahn.com)

Tabletop Landmarks by Klemens Schillinger 
The bowls can also be used as fruit bowls as the concrete has been ‘sealed to be food safe’ using a water-based sealant.
Tabletop Landmarks by Klemens Schillinger 
The bowls can also be used as fruit bowls as the concrete has been ‘sealed to be food safe’ using a water-based sealant.

Tabletop Landmarks by Klemens Schillinger

The bowls can also be used as fruit bowls as the concrete has been ‘sealed to be food safe’ using a water-based sealant.

(Source: klemensschillinger.com)

The Kinkajou by Patrick Lehoux
Named after a South American mammal with large teeth. 
The Kinkajou by Patrick Lehoux
Named after a South American mammal with large teeth. 
The Kinkajou by Patrick Lehoux
Named after a South American mammal with large teeth. 
The Kinkajou by Patrick Lehoux
Named after a South American mammal with large teeth. 

The Kinkajou by Patrick Lehoux

Named after a South American mammal with large teeth. 

(Source: bottlecutting.com)

Honey I’m Home by Malorie Pangilinan and Luz Cabrera
Designed for Fab’s ‘First Things First’ competition which asked designers to submit what they believe would be the first thing that makes a house a home.
Honey I’m Home by Malorie Pangilinan and Luz Cabrera
Designed for Fab’s ‘First Things First’ competition which asked designers to submit what they believe would be the first thing that makes a house a home.
Honey I’m Home by Malorie Pangilinan and Luz Cabrera
Designed for Fab’s ‘First Things First’ competition which asked designers to submit what they believe would be the first thing that makes a house a home.

Honey I’m Home by Malorie Pangilinan and Luz Cabrera

Designed for Fab’s ‘First Things First’ competition which asked designers to submit what they believe would be the first thing that makes a house a home.

(Source: thisismalorie.com)

Starlight by Cooper Joseph Studio
Making the entry lobby the core experience for public gathering and to encourage visitors to use the monumental circular stair as primary circulation instead of elevators.
Starlight by Cooper Joseph Studio
Making the entry lobby the core experience for public gathering and to encourage visitors to use the monumental circular stair as primary circulation instead of elevators.
Starlight by Cooper Joseph Studio
Making the entry lobby the core experience for public gathering and to encourage visitors to use the monumental circular stair as primary circulation instead of elevators.

Starlight by Cooper Joseph Studio

Making the entry lobby the core experience for public gathering and to encourage visitors to use the monumental circular stair as primary circulation instead of elevators.

(Source: codaworx.com)

Spacecrafted rug by Jan Kath
There are 23–31 knots per square centimeter and up to 60 colors are used, vividly reproducing even subtle asteroid, nebulae and the most delicate gas clouds.
Spacecrafted rug by Jan Kath
There are 23–31 knots per square centimeter and up to 60 colors are used, vividly reproducing even subtle asteroid, nebulae and the most delicate gas clouds.
Spacecrafted rug by Jan Kath
There are 23–31 knots per square centimeter and up to 60 colors are used, vividly reproducing even subtle asteroid, nebulae and the most delicate gas clouds.

Spacecrafted rug by Jan Kath

There are 23–31 knots per square centimeter and up to 60 colors are used, vividly reproducing even subtle asteroid, nebulae and the most delicate gas clouds.

(Source: jan-kath.de)

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