22 Design Studio intricately blends concrete and metal to fabricate every day objects. I’d like to see how they build their forms.
// via design milk
One snapshot from a beautiful montage of New York City’s past.
The Atlantic Road, Norway.
// via my fotolog
First came the High Line, which transformed an abandoned railway bridge into a beautiful walking park in New York’s Meat Packing District. Now the Delancey Underground (also called the ‘LowLine’) will transform an underground trolley terminal into a public year-round park in New York’s Lower East Side.
Gerenuks :: I had no idea these animals existed until about two minutes ago. Adorable. Ridiculous. I love them.
Beautiful, colorful, tedious :: admiring the incredible paper sculptures of Jen Stark.
// via wanken
Bubble wrap calendar!
“The poster-size 2012 Bubble Calendar has everything a basic calendar has—marked holidays, the 12 months, and the numbered days within those months—plus the added bonus of…bubble wrap. Weekends are bolded for quick reference and the font is a clean Helvetica Neue.”
:: via Fab.com
// **** dream desk **** // diy inspiration: desk made from recycled wooden doors
Sister duo Maricor/Maricar produce some fun and creative work. I’m especially fond of their hand-embroidered lettering.
Tusen Ramundberget : Mountain restaurant by Swedish architects Murman Arkitekter
The use of birch trees on the exterior facade is beautiful.
:: thanks dad