House in Koori by Akio Kamiya Architect Associates.
ReCraft Your Lamps: EarthSeaWarrior by Ursula
EarthSeaWarrior by Ursula is a unique boutique specializing in the reconstruction of paleontological artifacts and industrial relics. Ursula seriously fancies the use of specimens left behind by nature and/or machine and uses these curiosities to redesign whatchamacallits for the neo-nostalgic collector.
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ReCraft Your Bunker: The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects
Wedged into the rock of the San Juan Islands, an archipelago off the northwest coast of the USA, is the Pierre, Olson Kundig Architects’ remarkable home for an art collector. The bunker-like house sits part buried in a boulder, a protective vault for its owner’s collections.
ReCraft Your Loft: Loft Cube, Live Anywhere Micro Home
Designed for those empty spaces on top of buildings, the Loft Cube, was meant to be a temporary living structure, but with a look like this, why not make the move permanent? The interiors are customized by client, as are the window treatments that decide whether you’re living in a glass house or in a glass house blinds.
ReCraft Your Cardboard Boxes: Cardboard Bedroom
In Europe, KARTON means Cardboard. In Australia, KARTON means forgetting everything you think you know about cardboard. KARTON is what you get when you leave a stack of cardboard sheets alone in a room with some of Europe’s brightest engineers. KARTON is affordable, durable and beautiful. It’s also 100% recyclable. Move it, flatten it, store it or leave it exactly where it is. Discover the flexibility and convenience of a dining table you can carry across the room, a bed you can flatten when your guests head home and a kid’s table that relishes a lick of paint!
ReCraft Your Books: Light Reading Chandelier Made From Unwanted Books | Lula Dot
More books are printed every year, read and discarded. Even though many are taken to charity shops, they mostly go unsold and the charities have to pay for the books to be sent to landfill. These wasted books are used to create an attractive chandelier. Every page is folded in half, producing a circular arrangement which hangs around a ceiling light.