Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Modern Renovation of Prahran Hotel

The Prahran Hotel and pub was recently resigned and renovated by Australian-based architectural firm Techne. The designers replaced the old design  that was built in the 1970′s with a very unique and modern one by using large concrete pipes as both the pub’s seating and outer facade.

The building is a two-story and the tubes are stacked on top of each other and there are 17 pipes total to cover the two-story building. This allows enough natural light to enter the building.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

The Famous Shoes of Famous Icons

Federico Mauro is an  Italian multimedia designer and art director whose Famous Eyeglasses became popular in the web and so he decided to create another series, which is the Famous Shoes. This is another minimalist series that gives emphasis to the famous footwear of iconic and popular personalities.

“The minimalist series shows only a single shoe and the name of its wearer beneath it, although some of them are so well-known that they need no introduction.” - Federico Mauro

Friday, September 19, 2014

Creative Designed Sugar Skulls

Can you imagine yourself having a coffee with a skull and bones swimming in your coffee? Well, of course I’m not talking about skulls and bones literally but rather a detailed skull sugar. Snow Violent is the one behind this creative and detailed skull sugar and find this a great way to start a day. The artist develop this spooky skull and bones sugar.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Cute Toddlers Tasting Lemons For The First Time

These photo series is a combine project by photographers April Maciborka and David Wile which they named it as “Pucker”. This photo series features different toddlers who tasted lemons for the first time.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The Oval House In South Korea

“The Oval” house is the sixth and final seaside mansion as part of the Jeju Airest City resort in South Korea. It has open structure that hopes to seamlessly incorporate nature. This house was designed by the Seoul-based architects Planning Korea. The goal for the design of this house is for the residents to enjoy the four seasons of the year.

The trademark of this house is it oval-shaped atrium in the living-room. There are tress that lives in the said atrium. The house is flooded with natural light and it is surrounded by plants inside and out of the house.

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