Waouh… love this design. By St Ely for Lerival.
This holiday cabin in Sweden by architect Mikael Bergquist is clad with untreated timber that will fade to grey as time passes. The building has a gabled roof and overhanging eaves, which reference the traditional local architecture. “The traditional Swedish farm house is deeply rooted, almost as an icon,” Bergquist told Dezeen. ”I wanted to combine this typology with a modern way of living, in close contact with nature.” A large living and dining room is located at one end of the house and has sliding glass walls that open it out to a surrounding deck.
Photos by Mikael Olsson.
Simple, fonctional, creative. Love it.
Superbes animations vidéos soulignant le patrimoine architectural et artistique de la Place des Arts, Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme, Montréal. À voir à votre prochain passage dans la métropole !
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Beautiful video animations highlighting the architectural and artistic heritage of Place des Arts, Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme, Montréal. A must see for your next visit there !
Via triangulation blog.
Belgian designer Kaspar Hamacher makes stools from wooden logs by setting them on fire. Called Ausgebrannt (German for ‘burnt out’), the project involves stripping bark from the logs then burning away certain sections to create legs.
The stools were displayed on circular landings at the Biologiska museum in Stockholm as part of 20 Designers at Biologiska, surrounded by a 360 degree diorama of stuffed animals and sea birds.