Decorative LED Lights – Marmo LED lighting | Salvinistile

Lighting is an often-overlooked but important feature in decorating with the potential to illuminate the fashion and function of your home. Marmo decorative LED lights by Salvinistile have got both bases covered. The Star collection of decorative LED lighting is suitable for both indoors and out, and features inset LED lights that give off a heavenly twinkle. The Meteors collection sets your interior walls aglow with rows of tiny lights, available with optional bright LED RGB color-changing technology to suit every style. The Light Leaks line offers the more modern look of decorative LED light strips, available in 12- and 18-inch bands in … Continue Reading

The Riddle

Joongho Choi | Riddle Drawers

Riddle Drawers Talk about funky design in furniture, huh? The crazy combination between colors and the fabulous icons definitely will make your eye pop. The uniqueness of this piece of furniture comes also from it's shape. Four handles with a unexpected design and position come together to complete the design. The Riddle drawers [believe or not, that's their name] is the perfect combination for your bedroom or why not? your kids bedroom. Awesome design! Take that Gaudi! The project and the images are copyright Cross Electronics. [via] … Continue Reading

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Pre-Built Sauna Biorhythm | Klafs

Would you opt-in for a pre-build sauna? Now you have the opportunity to do so if you can afford one. Here come the details: Sauna specialists Klafs have transformed the Nordic tradition of sauna into a modern convenience for every home and every lifestyle. The Biorhythm pre-built sauna is a designer sauna that turns your home into spa central; a haven of rest and relaxation and well-being. The facade features organic lines, rounded corners, a rhythmic pattern of slats and a leaf motif in the background that invites and intrigues. Inside, these designer saunas for two boast the same relaxing aesthetic and comfortable curves. The seats and … Continue Reading


Morphosis Arhictects – Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Thom Mayne has revealed his design for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science at Victory Park, Dallas. Mayne describes the project as a “living educational tool featuring architecture inspired by nature and science”. The new facility will provide 180,000 sq ft of display and archive space on a 4.7 acre site in the north of downtown Dallas. Museums, armatures for collective societal experience and cultural expression, present new ways of interpreting the world. They contain knowledge, preserve information and transmit ideas; they stimulate curiousity, raise awareness and create opportunities for exchange. As instruments of education and … Continue Reading

The Sketchup Show | 3D Modeling Resource

This is a recent finding via Youtube, and we think you will love this training available for free, as well as the paid one. The video embeded here on the site is the first one they launched and it's basically a tutorial for drawing a 3d lantern. But enough blabbering, this is what you can do with Sketchup, a awesome software from the good ol' Google: Enjoy, and if you think this was helpful, drop a line, don't be just a passer-by. … Continue Reading


Improving Upon Perfection: Apartment Zero Updates a Jacobsen Classic

This may be a case where the old adage: "if it's not broke, don't fix it" doesn't necessarily apply. Agreeing to "update" one of renowned DC architect, Hugh Newell Jabobsen's, structures takes some guts, but the team at Apartment Zero proved to be up for the challenge, and thanks to Washington Spaces we get to see the result... The young couple who hired Douglas Burton of Apartment Zero and his team to take on the iconic McLean, Virginia's home's interiors were devoted to the idea of preserving Jacobsen's vision for the home. With that in mind, they did not endeavor a full renovation. Rather their updates were chosen to enhance the … Continue Reading