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.
Designed by Reyes Rios + Larrain Architects, this modern residence for a family of five was built around an expansive terrace connecting the interior with the unique zig-zag shaped pool. The home is finished with a lavish 1000 square foot garden, and an unassuming fence keeping what's inside a mystery. Read more
Here's a look at WIRED magazine's new San Francisco offices, designed by architectural firm Gensler. Utilizing minimalistic and modern themes, it applies a design language called "wrong theory," using unexpected pops of color injected throughout the office. Read more
The Groveland House was designed by Mcleod Bovell featuring everything from a putting green on the upper level to a pool and entertainment center on the middle level. Check out more projects by Mcleod Bovell at its website and view the gallery below: Read more