Original British Army Jerrycans from World War II turned into functional wall mounted bar and bathroom / medicine cabinets.
Designer Sebastian Errazuriz’ Magistral Chest takes the quills from his 2010 Porcupine Cabinet to the extreme with this imposing maple, bamboo and plywood piece of furniture.
I’ve blogged about several cabins, from the large and luxurious to the tiny and mobile. But I have never seen one that used the space as wisely and beautifully as this one by the Netherland’s architecture firm Zecc and interior designer Roel van Norel.
The 14,280 cubic-foot ‘Brain’ by Olson Kundig Architects is a contemporary concrete cabin/ studio built adjacent to a larger home in the woods of Seattle, Washington.
Bear Run Cabin located in Marblemount, WA and designed by David Coleman Architecture is my kind of cabin. Although located in a rugged and rustic environment, it is anything but.
The Carved Beetle Cabinet (aka The Bug Cabinet) by Janis Straupe, a Latvian artist, is a one of a kind piece that took over three months to create.
This 6,000 square foot house by architect Jasmit Singh Rangr of Rangr Studio was designed and built for a software engineer, a former book editor who is now a stay-at-home mother and their three children. The home, which is presently a finalist in the 2015 Architizer Awards, answered Peter and Kathryn Mattis’ desire for a […]
This freestanding whimsical piece of storage furniture was created by Studio Job for Gufram of Italy, who is known for their playful polyurethane foam furnishings. The armoire or wardrobe cabinet is set with a soft polyurethane foam globe in the center which stays in place whether the doors are open or closed.