Charles Moore House, Opium Den - How do unique and layering forms make a Place? Is it the fact that it is not a standard "universal" box? Do the changing levels and layers make it more habitable and give the occupant a greater connection to the space?
Reclaimed elm wood side table with metal framing and castered feet. Product: Kitchen cartConstruction Material: Reclaimed elm wood and metalColor: Distressed brownFeatures: Castered feet Dimensions: H x W x DCleaning and Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth
Monarch Coffee Table: You can really let your imagination run wild with this whimsical coffee table. Is its curved metal base the broad wings of a butterfly or the tangly tentacles of an underwater creature?
If you've ever lounged in a hammock and wished it doubled as a bathtub, Vessel by Splinter Works should probably be your next bathroom addition. While the shallow tub doesn't look like something meant for full body submersion, the attractive hammock
Johan Thornqvist How wonderful are the dreamy illustrations of Swedish illustrator Johan Thörnqvist? His signature is drawing imaginary cities over real life photography. Such a simple concept, but so well executed here. Love it!