The traditional exterior belies a quirky interior, with stair hand-railing made out of string, tiled walls, and hidden windows that make this home fun and interesting to explore.
French architectural firm Atelier Zündel Cristea designed this Trampoline Bridge concept for a client and targets at the competition named “A Bridge in Paris”.
The trampoline bridge has three huge inflatable PVC floats attached by ropes to cross the Seine near to the existing Bir-Hakeim Bridge.
Google is known for its quirky offices, and its Tel Aviv, Israel location is no exception.
Designed by Camenzind Evolution, in collaboration with Israeli Design Teams Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, walking through the rooms of this office is like being transported through time and space – a modern-but-tame lobby turns into a topsy-turvy conference room, a storybook orange orchard, or a slide leading to a maritime computer lab.
By Sophie • Feb 8, 2013
It is a 2012 project that blends classic, retro, contemporary, and even a few avant-garde elements.
Minosa Design, an Australian design company, specializes in the local boutique manufacture of high quality washbasins and bathroom furniture and stand-alone design concepts for contemporary bathrooms and kitchens.
This apartment, located in Bondi Beach, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, showcases what they’re able to do – enhance environments in a way that is both stylish and comfortable.
By Magaly • Jan 31, 2013
The quirky apartment features a palette of neutral white backgrounds and accents in bright colors, enhancing the playful feel of the home.