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Monthly archive March, 2015
Carved bowls for small items

Carved bowls for small items

The Carved Bowls of Kutarq Studio from Valencia first reminded me of a table I wrote about recently, but then I read further and found out that the inspiration for designing them came from the shape the yogurt takes when eaten with a spoon.
Wireless phone charging from Ikea

Wireless phone charging from Ikea

Wireless phone charging from Ikea in a new series of products that act like wireless charging stations - a great thing to have!
200-year-old stone house with a modern interior

200-year-old stone house with a modern interior

The Swiss studio Buchner Brundler Architekten from Basel is obviously interested in concrete - they use it in various forms in most of their projects, as well as the minimalist approach and their particular interest in restoration and renovation of old buildings. I would even say they are true masters at turning plain boring buildings...
Friday finds

Friday finds

This week was pretty intense for me, with a lot of inspiration, but also a lot of work and staying up late at night, when the only thing I could do for a break was to look at something nice across the web. So I came to these beautiful finds that are now very important...
11 of my favorite online interior and design magazines

11 of my favorite online interior and design magazines

If there is something I like a lot about the network today, it is the access to a huge amount of information that I did not even suspecte it can be possible a decade ago. Today I would like to share some of my favorites free online magazines about interior, design and lifestyle.
A conceptual installation in a Swiss church

A conceptual installation in a Swiss church

Bellelay Abbey is a former Premonstratensian monastery in northwest Switzerland and is now a psychiatric clinic, but also a part of the cultural heritage of the country. Although it is believed that the monastery was founded in the 12th century most of its buildings date from the 18th c., including the beautiful baroque church, built...
An unusual design which reminds us our traditions

An unusual design which reminds us our traditions

If you too, as me, think a table should be flat, then you would make a mistake - Sofia Almqvist of the Swedish studio Kompaniet proves that nothing of what we take for granted, is actually a rule that can not be broken. And she shows it with her new project - the mass Umami....