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Weight Vases

Weight Vases

Thai designer Decha Archjananun has made a series of vases with concrete bases to hold water and wire frames to support flower stems.

Via Dezeen.

Commute

Commute

Toronto based designers Hamid Samad and Sara Parisotto, aka Commute, transform reclaimed materials to create unique custom manufactured furniture and lighting installations.

Via DRESSTOKILL.

Brionvega Algol TV

Brionvega Algol TV

The famous Brionvega Algol TV, designed by Richard Sapper and Marco Zanuso in the sixties, has been updated to modern tastes. It is now available with a rubberised matte finish in military green.

Via city-blog.

DEUS Scorpio beach runner custom

The last in a series of Scorpio based customs from Deus Canggu, this beach going blaster features an easy on/off surf-rack system built into the frame.

“Deus Canggu, the newest child of the Australian company Deus ex Machina, was started by a group of dedicated surfers who also happen to be passionate motorcycle enthusiasts. In this land of the flying scooter, they wanted an alternative.”

DEUS Scorpio beach runner custom

DEUS Scorpio beach runner custom

Via 99seconds.

Kitchen

Now THAT is what I call a kitchen. (No other information on it unfortunately)

Via LE CONTAINER.

Vespa 125cc

Vespa 125cc motor scooter, 1951.

Via The Curated Object.

Globe-Trotter 21

Globe-Trotter 21

Now THAT is what I call a suitcase!

Handmade in Boxbourne, Hertfordshire by master craftsmen, from Vulcan Fibre — a material invented in 1895 and constructed of a number of layers of special paper coated with resin — Globe-Trotter suitcases have stood the test of time. Cloth lined with a frame made of ash, they also feature locks made by Cheney, a long-established British locksmith. Apparently the cases were originally tested for strength in Hamburg’s Zoological Gardens where a 1 tonne elephant stood on one with its full weight; no damage was done.

Via PRIVATE.

Christopher Stott: Western Electric Telephone

Western Electric Telephone, by contemporary realist, Christopher Stott.

ANVE: CALIGRAFIA N° 5

ANVE: CALIGRAFIA N° 3

Two beautiful mobiles from ANVE.

CALIGRAFIA N° 5 (top) Sticks of slate from a rockfall on the Vicentine coast, smoothed by the ocean and a dash of yellow.

CALIGRAFIA N° 3 Slate from the Vicentine coast, cork found on a remote beach in Setúbal on a beautiful day, mirror foil.

Postcard from Tokyo

Postcard from Tokyo

Sajilo Cafe in Kichijoji, Tokyo. Many more beautiful images to be found in their gallery.

Via THIS IS NAIVE.

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