Dainippon Type Organization created this wonderful graphic toy: The wooden blocks can be arranged for Latin or Japanese character! You can also play with ornaments and patterns.... How cool!! (via genius AplusB)
Swiss fotographer Leo Fabrizio, spent several years documenting the hidden military bunkers in the mountains of Switzerland. The bunkers becomes rocks, trees, farms and even small houses with a chameleon-like mimcry. Scary and unmasking! (refound via Designklub)
German Designagency Dekoop, located in Hamburg, designed this charming simple desklamp 'Die schöne Helene' (means Helen in Greek mythology.) You need a glass of red wine, a tea candle and this lampshade, that's it! (available by Einzigart)
A room divider, a cosy nook, a shot of homeliness with a
sloping ceiling that can be tiled with books or magazines. The book ends offer
storage space for magazines, a graphic deviation in the room, which can be
used to create order or chaos. Designer Thomas Bentzen!
At the moment we're engaged intensely in rebuilding and finding clever new details for our house. Japanese architect Kagawa Takanori, (Spacespace architects) built this extra clever house in Tokio! Stunning!(via betterliving) Have a look at the staircase, that's inspiring!
I have to share this wonderful German Blog with you: Catherine founder of Hyggelig lives in Berlin, her daily posts are real treasure chests for designers and lifestyle junkies!! Her friday found was so cool, have a look below: Old cinema letters from a german online shop (Freundts based in Hamburg). On the picture the composition in Catherine's bedroom. Wow! Thanks to Catherine and to Freundts! And now I have to compose.... !
As I told you not so long ago, last week we started part 2 rebuilding our house! It's so nice weather outside I know, but we need urgently more space! So, have a look below, my new atelier 'before', our new library 'before' and tons of insulation in our office!! So give us some time, then I will show you the 'after'!