December 21st, 2012
Fort Standard, a design studio based in New York created Balancing Blocks that both kids and adults can enjoy. In my case, my cats are the ones enjoying them. Functionally , the’re a lot of fun and aesthetically, the contemporary unique forms are great for decorating you home. They’re so well designed that no matter how you stack them you will end up with something beautiful. All blocks are hand made in Red Hook Brooklyn from repurposed hardwood scrap that are collected from local furniture shops.
There are endless possibilities to creating your own unique sculpture, enjoy its beauty and have fun!
Available in Multi-Colored or All-White here
December 15th, 2012
This eclectic home from the NewYork Times show great examples of how to repurpose unique objects as an interior decor. Why didn’t I come up with the idea of displaying Chinese wax heads in glass domes!? Although a little strange, every piece looks like they belong together in this beautifully art directed space.
‘The owner Mr. Svenson and Mr. Burkhalter bought this loft as raw space in 1993, for $100,000. It now has two bathrooms, an office for Mr. Burkhalter, a studio for Mr. Svenson, two sitting rooms and one bedroom. There are no dead animals in the bedroom, a concession to Mr. Burkhalter, who says that there was a time when he slept with one eye open.’
More story “here.”