Joachim Manz designed the Trabant pendant lamp for German lighting manufacturer Tecnolumen. The lamps are concrete balls that hang on a thin wire, and on one end of the concrete ball is a glass lens (either matte or clear) that maintains the same curve as the rest of the ball. The lamps come in two versions, Trabant 1 has a thin lane in the concrete that allows rotating and tilting the lamp, while Trabant 2 does not.
Imagine that requires zero power tools or heavy machinery. This is the PopUp House, a French design studio, that can be made from insulation blocks, treated lumber, and wood screws. It even looks pretty stunning too! Read more
We all have our individual tastes when it comes to home interior design. Some of us prefer the rustic look while others opt for a modern style. Contemporary designs are growing in popularity in many parts of the world. Read more
Chilean artist Sebastian Errazuriz found a tree while walking around the city in Santiago, Chile. The natural shape of it allowed him to transform it into a beautiful shelf. He adapted it to his needs by twisting and sanding the rough edges. Read more