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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London Sock Interior
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OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH | Image

OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH

The Overflow bathtub series is designed in such a way that overflowing water is directed back into the tub which gives the bath the appearance of a natural waterhole. The concept resulted from the wish to combine the aesthetics of nature with the cultic character of bathing, and to give space to the element water in order to allow for all its possibilities....
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BEST MADE WEATHER STATION | Image

BEST MADE WEATHER STATION

We all know weather talk is one of biggest icebreakers, but if weather is a serious issue for you, check out this new Weather Station made in Germany. It features a hygrometer, that measures air humidity from 20% to 100% and a thermometer with a range from 47º to 105ºF. What´s really special about it, is the fact that on the display these two measures are related through the indicators, and its designers have created a simple way to understand the real feel of th...
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Woodhouse 2.0

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this dreamy escape nestled amongst the dense pin oak forests of Long Island, New York. The circular den was envisioned by Marchi Architects, it is distributed over two levels, a ground and basement floor, and is constructed from natural materials such as vertical wood slat cladding and smooth concrete, respecting the essence of the landscape. The unique house is accessed fro...
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