یک شانه تخم مرغ بخرین و بعد اون ها رو پیچ کنین به دیوار و بعد رخت و لباستون رو ازشون آویز کنین.
خود مرغ رو که دیر به دیر میبینیم. لا اقل تخم مرغ رو هرروز میتونیم جلو چشممون داشته باشیم! :)))))
A fun take on the traditional coat peg, Coat Eggs came out of the frustration Schofield had by his coats being left with a point indented in them by sharp metal coat hooks. These rounded Beech “eggs” stop this from happening and are cute to look at, too! Available in a “half dozen.”
Schofield will present these and a cork mirror during Tent London at Design Event. Design Event will also be showcasing he recently launched British by Design e-shop, which features innovative and unique gift ware and interior products designed in the UK.
خلاقیت هنوز زنده و تأثیر گذاره... مثل همیشه
اگر زندگیتان پر از استرس و نگرانیست ، وجود یک آکواریوم با ماهی های شناور در آن به آرامش شما بسیار کمک میکند. در این مطلب چند نمونه آکواریومهای غیر معمول و متفاوت را می بینیم
Is your life
full of stress and worry? Getting an aquarium may be
a great way to relax!
Many studies have shown that watching fish going about their daily business can reduce your stress levels, lower your blood pressure and make you feel more relaxed.
گاهی ساده ترین طرح ها از پیچیده ترین طرح ها هم جذاب تر و بهتر از آب در میان.
خیلی لذت بردم از این کتابخوونه!
هر بار که سربالا می کنی عظمت کتاب های نخونده در چشمت میاد و این که چقدر عقبی از جایی که باید بهش برسی.. .قدر و همت آدمی رو بالا می بره این فضاسازی و خب در عین حال یک گنبد و نورگیر سقفی خوب کاربردی هم خلق کرده.
Ever wondered how a massive bookcase can become part of a working space? This is a fantastic solution – constructing a round bookcase hovering above the work space. Designed by Travis Price Architects, this interesting space arrangement was created for Wade Davis. He needed a space that would encompass his interests. Being an anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer, Wade Davis’ Writing Studio had to convey a feeling of enthusiasm and knowledge, so Travis Price Architects imagined a cave-inspired design that would capture natural light and bring it inside.
By building a dome above Dave’s workspace, the architect designed an unusual space that would display the most used books, which enables the client to interact with his them in an inspiring setting. The architects describes this dome “as similar to the rotunda of the oracle’s temple at Delphi“, while Davis calls it his “Navajo kiva of knowledge“. As they say, “with great power comes great responsibility” – this in seen in the respect this arrangement has for the books and their human counterpart. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you like this working space?
The rural property lies in a hilly landscape about 12 km from the town of Treia. The ca. 300 years old farmhouse has three storeys, and half of the main building was damaged by fire in 1995. The outer facade of the main building is put under protection by the municipal authority. The complex was completed by two smaller volumes of one level only: the first was a herd and a furnace, the other one was a cantilever roof barn.
Intention of the project was the renovation and transformation of the property into a contemporary dwelling and holiday house, with attached guest house and pool. The masonry has been largely preserved and restored, whereas all the wood structure (intermediate floors and roof) where replaced. As part of the renewal of the static structure, the necessary reinforcing precautions for seismic safety, were integrated in an invisible manner.
The architectural language thematizes the combination of old substance and new interventions: sometimes by contrast and sometimes by merging both old and new. For example, the roof was restored in the traditional way (primary and secondary wooden beams, subview with terracotta, roof covering with „coppi“ tiles), while the new intermediate floors and new interior walls are in white plaster. The floors also are made without joints in a hard and clear material.
These new white interior surfaces help the reflection of light, giving them the feeling of largeness. In this way it was possible to maintain the relatively small historical apertures in the same dimensions and proportion, whilst all rooms are irradiated by a fresh light.
The original stone wall which divides clearly into two parts the plan of the main building has been respected and largely preserved by the intervention.The northern portion of the house was a ruin after the fire, this ruin has inspired the project. In fact an open ad airy room that goes from the ground floor to roof has been realized.
Architect: Mario Martins
Location: Lagos, Algarve, Portugal
Project Years: 2007-2011
Design Team: Ana Rocha, Filipa Santos, Fernanda Pereira, Rui Saavedra
Technical projects: Palma & Franco, Lda
Photographers: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra
Designing a house in Luz-Lagos, in the south of Portugal, in a truly
interesting location facing the sea, was defined by a set of guidelines,
- The creation of a contemporary architectural element;
- Respect for and connection with the surrounding area, natural and built upon;
- The use of local materials and building techniques;
- Deciding the solar orientation and having effective wind protection;
- Making the most of the excellent location and its panoramic views;
- Creating a gentle interior/exterior transition. So that the exterior is a pleasant space for living and leisure.
These guidelines result in a set of white volumes, free and organically grouped, culminating in a semi-circular opening, which embraces the pool and opens out to the privileged sea view. This results in the central terrace, the main space of the house, where the privacy is felt and where the horizon is predominant.
It is around this terrace that the functional organisation of the house is structured, on one floor. There are five bedrooms with bathrooms and a large living room which leads to the kitchen. The garage, technical and service areas ensure the smooth running of the house.
The house is all in white. It is a southern house, and as such the light is intense. It is this light, with its strong, distinct shadows, that gives colour and meaning to the white that covers the building. The strong presence of water and the landscaping surrounding the area accentuate the tranquility of the place.
’bluetube’ temporary bar by dose
all images © carlos trancoso / dose
‘bluetube bar’, designed by portuguese studio dose (antónio martins, carlos foyedo, and luís grilo, recent graduates of oporto university),
utilizes the low-cost materials and simple construction techniques of
the designers’ ‘tube-it’ system to create a temporary outdoor bar.the
project was designed for the queima das fitas do porto academic
festival. charged with the constraints of a 3-meter square area and
5-meter height, dose rolled corrugated plastic tubing in a helicoid
pattern around a basic structural frame. each layer was secured together
with plastic clamps.
the nature of the material offers interesting lighting effects during night hours when illuminated from within.
view looking up
the bar illuminated by night
detail on base construction
view of doorway
left: floor plans
right: side view plan
cutaway aerial view of interior
miniature working models of the structure
منبع : یانون