Archive for the ‘interior’ Category
A men’s club left to rot over 40 years and brought to life by a daring gentleman. A great story of restoration and guts and lots of love for the old world charm. This is one stunning home. via Yatzer
photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.
A real store in actual real existence, the Hoxton Street Monster Supplies stocks top quality goods for everyday monsters, and the monsters in all of us. We Made This took the idea, and executed a perfect old-world apothecary with hand-stuck labels and painted door signs. The most interesting part of this store? Behind a cupboard lies a secret stairway to lead up to a writing school for kids, called Ministry of Stories. The store is actually a fake front for a writing centre where kids aged 8-18 can get one-to-one tuition with professional writers and other volunteers. Born out of an idea of the 826 literacy project by Dave Eggers, this is one project that is perfect all over, inside and out.
Viennese/Croatian design collective Numen / For Use has created a web cocoon only out of packing tape, all 117,000 feet and 100 pounds of it. Drawing inspiration from a dancer’s movement across the space, the resulting web is strong enough to support visitors climbing into and all over it. via Fast Company