Posts Tagged ‘Colectiva Guatemala’
Reninier de Jong is responsible for this amazing bookshelf called REK. It consists of 5 parts which you can move around and adjust to fit all of your personalized demands.
Something very cool will hit Colectiva really really soon. Here’s a teaser:
This time, it’s the Diamond Chair. It’s a collaboration between the two Dutchies Anna Ter Haar and Chris Bartels. This chair works in a number of levels: the design itself is very fresh. Yet what’s really cool about it is the way this chair was made; the metallic structure and a number of Velcro diamonds. Simple and sweet.
You can check out this video to see how it was made:
Architectural Review has just announced its winners of the highly acclaimed AR Awards for Emerging Architecture. Out of all the winning projects there’s one in particular that really caught our eye: the Hotel Aire de Bardenas, by Emiliano López & Mónica Rivera Arquitectos, of Barcelona. They won the top prize in the Hotel category.
We like this bench designed by the London-based studio Boex. It’s made with 1600 pencils, each placed and not fixed into a separate hole. This means that if you happen to be sitting on it and you suddenly feel inspired, you can pick out one of these pencils, use it, and place it back where it belongs.