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Popup Lighting

Designer Chen Bikovski of Popup Lighting, has created a collection of lamps inspired by children’s pop-up books. These modern light fixtures turn into animals when illuminated! A playful geometric twist on taxidermy that brings light and art to bare walls. The series of origami-inspired light fixtures come alive when they’re on, a deer head once illuminated reveals a pair of antlers, whilst a peacock projects a plume of feathers making it a wild wall ornament that will brighten any room.

Both beautiful designs are available for purchase on the Popup Lighting shop, or from Amazon. $65 for the cardboard versions, and $250 for the aluminium ones.




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YIN YANG LOUNGING OUTDOOR CHAIR | BY DEDON | Image

YIN YANG LOUNGING OUTDOOR CHAIR | BY DEDON

This cool lounging chair consists of two seats that come together to form the Chinese symbol of harmony Yin Yang, it has been produced with more than 4,000 meters of fiber that were subsequently colored in silver and bronze. The design is from Swiss designer Nicolas Thomkins and was inspired by the beaches of Cebu (province of the Philippines)....
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TOTEM KITCHEN BIN

The Totem Kitchen Bin by Joseph Joseph, is an award winning food waste and recycling unit. You will no longer need three separate waste containers for garbage, recycling and food waste, the Totem comes with compartments for recycling, food waste, general trash, and storage for household items. The attractive unit features a vertical design for space saving, and includes a finger-proof stainless steel body with an easy touch-open lid, a built-in odor filter inside th...
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HUPOMONE RANCH

Hupomone Ranch is an original 160-acre homestead located just a few miles outside of the small Californian town of Petaluma. Designed by architecture firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop, the property was neglected for 30 years, but has now been transformed into a stunning living space by the owners, a young family with three children. They wanted to build a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming, that would incorporate seamlessly into the e...
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