The house of artist Shantell Martin in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Turn your potplants into “huge trees” and “villages” with these structures made of waterproof ’paper’ by Dutch design duo Ontwerpduo (previously featured here)
Large storage furniture with built-in stairs inside a private house in Tokyo, part of -an ongoing- gut renovation project by Torafu Architects.
via spoon & tamago
The Nike PR room, Tokyo, designed by Torafu architects.
Boutique Isabel Marant in New York, created by architect Nicolas André.
Photos: Adria Goula
Anza Dance studio by Beijing based architects Tsutsumi and Associates. This rather small studio is lined with mirrors covered in tiny graduated dots to create the illusion of a mist thus the illusion of a larger space . The floor and the lighting is great too!
a synthesis of wood and ceramic sculptural hangers and hooks, by llot llov
The new Aesop store in Paris, designed by architectual studio March.
vinyl sticker no.8090 from walltattoos
Kapteinbolt‘s collapsible plywood workspace
apartment in Paris designed from Colboc Franzen & Associés
This bright, futuristic excess is not a scene from a sci-fi movie but is where you have your teeth done. If you happen to live in Tokyo, that is.
IWI Orthodontics by Contemporary Architecture Practice via
It is true that the most interesting houses are the ones that architects designing for themselves, when their clients’ whimps are the own ones. Architect Gus Wüstemann renovated this apartment in Barcelona’s in Barrio Gotico for his family . He has installed a white, intersecting bathroom and kitchen ‘zones’ in the shape of a white cross (crusch alba). The bright cross illuminates the dark back part of the flat and more importantly he allows for a number of ‘possibilities’ of spaces to take place, like for example the bathtub that becomes a kids lounge.
Some might say that the spaces created on the cross look rather akward and spartan. But WeWasteTime says that any spatial experiment that moves away from the typical appartment organization and finaly finds a way to abolish corridors can not be but a good thing!