stuff we drool about

Cracked Log Lamps

The Cracked Log Lamps are an award winning lighting proposal by an Aussie craftsman/artist named Duncan Meerding, he gets old savaged and obviously cracked logs, and then installs a warm LED yellow light system, that makes possible for the light source to come from within. It´s the cracks that decide where and how the lights will be disposed. Another interesting feature is that you can either use it as a stool, a small table while you´re outside or just a regular light accessory. Obviously each piece is unique, thus contributing for the exclusiveness of it and giving them that extra character we all love to get on the items we own.



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CELEBRITY LAMP | Image

CELEBRITY LAMP

How cool is this?? The lamp shade is made of 40 pairs of mirrored aviator glasses and rests on a shiny, linear stand, featuring an amusing temple light switch. When it is turned off, the lamp becomes an amazing silver sculpture, reflecting 80 times its surroundings. Switched on, the lenses become translucent and cast a kaleidoscope of oval shadows on the surrounding walls for a unique sophisticated ambiance. Exclusively produced for Deeply Madly Living...
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FURTIF EVERCUT KNIVES

These beautiful Stealth knives by Furtif are the Chef´s new secret weapon. The eye-catching Furtif Evercut Knifes feature funky fractal handles that provide a natural and intuitive grip, better manipulation of the blade, and transforming every movement into a precise cutting gesture. The knife blades are exceptionally hard and benefit of the revolutionary EVERCUT technology (involves titanium carbide laser bonding), they are designed to last 300 times longer than th...
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DUPLI CASA | BY J MAYER H ARCHITECTS

Dupli Casa is an amazing modern luxury villa near Ludwigsburg, Germany by J. Mayer H. Architects. The geometry of the building is based on the footprint of the house that previously was located on the site, the upper storey cantilevers exaggerated by the fluid form of the external terrace that washes around the base of the house, extending it out into the landscape. So white and pure, the photos almost look like 3d renderings....
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