According to designer Kristian Aus, this village of house-shaped lights "represent a tiny sample of the
variety of ideas that make up our love-affair with the house." Each light was made using a combination of rotational-moulded PE and rubber parts. The shade is attached to the roof of the house with magnets to allow for easy removal, while the 'smoke' that sits on the chimney is a soft, lightweight rubber piece which adds a touch of whimsy to the overall design.
House C3 in Sydney, Australia was designed by Campbell Architecture, and they experimented using traditional form and contemporary accents while maintaining the unassuming exterior for the home. Check it out below: Read more
Airbnb Singapore created an installation that would become a room anywhere in Tokyo, Paris, Bali and Penang using 360-degree projector mapping technology. It repaints the walls and fixtures of the room and changes the outside scenery and redecorates the bedspread and the sofa. Check out the video below: Read more