CONCRETE KITCHEN - We're so used to seeing concrete in rectangular shapes, cast in straight-set wooden molds, that we'd almost forget it starts out as a fluid material.For this cooking island we poured concrete into a specially made sturdy yet flexible textile mold, giving the material the chance to create a fluid, even bulging shape.The cooking island was cast on-site, the sink, an indentation for the stove and an electrical outlet were part of the mold when the island was cast. // Hous
Contemporary possibilities of computer aided design and 3d-printing played a major role in the design of the intricate decoration imprinted in the porcelain In The Clouds cups. The graphic image on the In The Clouds cups is derived from the skiescapes that are often an inconspicuous part of the decoration on both Dutch Delftware as [...]
Mirlo's in Antwerpen is a fine example of a lovely place to have your coffee, breakfast and lunch. With loads of character, a clean interior design and a welcoming owner (Merel).And now, aside from all the edible and drinkable goodness, you can also visit Mirlo's to buy Waterworks!