Posts Tagged ‘Design’
An EcoFriendly hub is set to open at a Coggeshall Vineyard in April 2013. It will include wine bottle light shades and cardboard underfloor heating. More here.
Coat hooks handmade from reclaimed wood sourced from old Indian houses and warehouses.
95% of construction materials used to build the London Shard Design are recycled. It has 11000 glass panels, stands 309.6 metres high and is the tallest building in Europe. More about this on the Guardian site.
Take a look at this beautifully designed interior using both vintage industrial pieces and soft furnishings. Congratulations to Paul and Emma along with their architects on a great job. We love the open plan kitchen, dining and living space. A practical, yet relaxing designer home. The article may be seen on the mail website: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2254293/Interiors-Tough-smooth.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
Inspired by somewhat older pieces than the Bubbledrum range, but none the less quirky and unique pieces from archaeological digs, the second collection of Sue Johnson’s ‘The Nature of Curious Objects In Oxford’ is now on display. A must see. The exhibition is at the Pitt Rivers Museum where the University of Oxford’s collection ...Read more.
Repurpose army surplus for a military chic design. Introduce these unique items into the home and they will bring untold stories, imagination and adventure. Vintage industrial army ammunition boxes sit neatly beside the sofa as newspaper racks. Low hanging enamel shades salvaged from disused aircraft hangers and beautifully restored. Why ...Read more.