stuff we drool about

Puzzleboard | By Oooms

Another original design by dutch designers OOOMS. The "Puzzleboard" can be used as a cutting board or a serving plate. You can also attach some boards together to make a super-sized workspace. They are ideal to chop long baguettes! But the great feature must be the blank spot on the board that allows you to fit any wineglass.



img_oooms_puzzleboard_2.jpg | Image

ETQ
banner quip interior
AWA interior
Nomus Glashutte
Floyd Interior
Chef IQ Smart Pressure Cooker | Image

Chef IQ Smart Pressure Cooker

The Chef IQ Smart Pressure Cooker has all the built-in tools you need to make every recipe so much easier, it seamlessly connects with an app to synchronize data for a better culinary experience. The smart kitchen gadget has more than 300 different preset cooking settings built right into it, along with a full-color LCD display with capacitive touch control and an integrated scale that simplifies the preparation and cleanup processes, with no measuring cups needed. ...
read more
RIO HOUSE | Image

RIO HOUSE

This impressive residence, designed by the Olson Kundig architecture studio, stands out for the solutions found by the architects to make the most of the 140 square meters of built area. Located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the compact house is located adjacent to the Tijuca national park overlooking the city, the sea, and the famous Christ The Redeemer statue. The home is integrated in harmony with the wildness of its tropical jungle setting, and hovers above the lan...
read more
House for a Photographer | Image

House for a Photographer

FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects have designed the ultimate minimalist dream house for a Japanese photographer. Located in Shiga, Japan, "House for a Photographer” is a minimalist architecture project used as a residence, atelier and a gallery of a photographer. The building is made of mortar and galvanized steel sheet which reflects dull light, making it look massive, and is laid out to be accommodated within the L-shaped lot, standing facing the shrine on the oppo...
read more