Melt is thoughtfully designed as an end piece that’s as playful as it is functional. The neck extending from the base arcs at the top before coming to an abrupt end where a circular metal surface is suspended. Here, users can rest objects ranging from glassware to decor. A sculptural accent to any space, it encourages the viewer to ponder its story and how it ended up with a case of the bends!
London-based designer and illustrator Tim Fishlock posterized Harry Beck's famous alphabet made of sections and lines from the London Underground map. From the book "Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters" by David Sacks
Inspired by the Scandinavian kitchen design disruptors: @kvikkitchen. The company's ethos to improve the kitchen industry's inconsistencies while brining down high pricing. Featuring clean white cabinetry and a solid wood worktop that creates a classic, timeless, combination (www.thestylesmiths.com.au)
This solid concrete lamp contains about 300 optical fibers, which guide the light from the LED light source on the bottom to the polished concrete surface. It gives a great atmosphere and a special character to the room where it is placed. In daylight it is a beautiful polished concrete object, but in the dark it lights up like a starry sky. #ConcreteLamp