cjwho:

Familyhome ‘H’, Japan by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects

Designed for a young couple with a small child, ‘House H’ is located in Matsudo, Chiba, Japan.The Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, decided to create a new symbol of hope and contemporary living in Matsudo. Constructing a house, meeting the needs and desires of a young family, the house is more of a ‘living symbol, by utilizing a big roof and structural parts in their daily life it’s more than just an imaginative symbol.’

Placing the roof in first place on site and arranging eight Y-shaped wooden frames, the last step was hooking up two floors to the wooden structure. Depending on the level and location of the floorboards, the distance from the big roof and other living space changes creating several living spaces divided loosely by the Y-shaped frames as well as the floorboards. This creates an environment in which the family living in the house can always more or less feel where the other family members are.

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Tags: design

Whirlwind Ceiling Installation of Tiny Bodies by Do Ho Suh

cjwho:

Wooden Vespa Scooter by Carlos Alberto | via

Scooters have become a lot cooler these days than they used to be, and with offerings like this Wooden Vespa by Carlos Alberto individuals are beginning to use the 2 wheeler as a way to express their inner creativity.

Designed for his daughter Daniella, which is exactly what this beautiful scooter is called, Carlos Alberto crafted this fully functional Vespa scooter from laminated hardwood. Packed with a 50cc motor, this thing looks like it’s right out of the 60s. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen people getting creative with their Vespas either.

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visualizingmath:

Fractal Generator Art by Tom Beddard

All three of these fractals were created using a fractal generator. They were inspired by German biologist Ernst Haeckel’s famous biology book Artforms of Nature. In particular, these fractals were based on Haeckel’s artwork Astrophyton darwinium.

These fractals show that mathematics and biology can make a very stunning combination!

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thedailytask:

130922.

thedailytask:

130922.

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hifas:

Untitled Silva+Cemin | on Tumblr​

hifas:

Untitled 
Silva+Cemin | on Tumblr

acrylicalchemy:

Beautiful Accidents

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arpeggia:

Andy Denzler - Flower Composition I, 2012, oil on canvas, 70.1 × 80 cm
See more Andy Denzler posts here.

arpeggia:

Andy Denzler - Flower Composition I, 2012, oil on canvas, 70.1 × 80 cm

See more Andy Denzler posts here.

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kchampeny:

Kevin Champeny

"Ice Lamp"
12” diameter
500+ cast soft rubber shards of glass
light w/switch

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brain-food:

Reddit user Dustin Carpenter has a daughter who requested a Mario Bros themed room. So thats what he gave her. Best dad of the year? Best dad forever. 

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cjwho:

The Black Book of Cards by UnCommon Beat

Each card within the Black Book holds its own by possessing a unique and time-intensive typographic design portraying a different look, feeling, and presence. Very fitting for the fundamental concept behind the deck with each card representing each one of us based on the following notion.

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