way to keep people out, with style


Lace Fence is an interior as well as an exterior product. Meaning the quality and endurability of its material and construction is developed to its highest level.
Created by dutch design house, Demakersvan, the designs are variable and each LaceFence will be unique in design by its craft and patterns. The patterns are available in various dessins, depending on the clients wishes.

reason you might buy a lladro


Designer Jaime Hayon created this was picked to update LLADRO, with a contemporary feel, with a classic touch. His work is amazing and he seems to be everyone’s favorite. It goes well with your comfortable victorian furniture.



Piero Fornasetti created over five hundred variations of the face of Lena Cavalieri on dinnerware, more specifically, plates.

magazine cover, from WAD


WAD Magazine (we are different)
The Northern Europe Issue

Check out there myspace page to learn more about WAD!

outdoor furniture


Studio JSPR has created twbe outdoor/indoor plastic furniture series. The Plastic Fantastic Series represent an unique styled in- and outdoor furniture collection which has been provided with a special Soft Skin


The University of Southern California professor, Behrokh Khoshnevis, contour crafting machine will erect its first house in California within the next few months. The two-story house will built in less than 24 hours out of only concrete and gypsum

juxtapoz magazine revamp


With the February 2007 issue of Juxtapoz there will be a new Editor-in-Chief, Upper Playground’s Founder and current CEO Matt Revelli. Along with the new EIC comes many new features, including new layout and editorial content. The issue kicks off with a cover featuring Brooklyn’s Swoon, reaffirming my decision of month’s ago to add a couple pieces of her’s to my collection. TADOW! Read the release here.

illustrated ode to britpop


Phonogram is a brilliant six-part mini-series developed by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie and released by Image Comics in September ’06. With covers paying homage to some of the great britpop albums of the 90s ( Definitely Maybe, It’s Great When You’re Straight…Yeah, Suede, Elastica) , they’ve proven to be quite successful, with the first two issues selling out immediately (currently on their second printing). The premise of the story is as follows:

“PHONOGRAM traces the misadventures of Phonomancer David Kohl as he hunts for whoever is interfering with his old patron, the long-dead Goddess of Britpop, Britannia. If he fails, history itself will be rewritten – with him entirely out of it. ”

Issue #4 is out today.

podcast for designers and trainspotters alike


Wodcast.org is a “podcast project about the future of design.” In the first installment from The Lighthouse in Glasgow, Scotland, interviewer Neil McGuire has cornered Peter Saville for 18 minutes of grandiose statements about branding, marketing, adidas, Factory Records and his concerns about “people in their mid-life who are still fascinated by typefaces and layout.” Essential.

cabin in the woods

The worlds best ever cabin in the woods by architetcts Saunders/Wilhelmsen. Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen, architects from the west coast of Norway. The picture above is from one of the cabins the duo made in one of the fjords of Norway. Learn more about the two of them.
www.saunders.no and www.tommie-wilhelmsen.no

freestanding bathtube by kaos


The worlds best ever freestanding bathtube by Kaos. The tub has a swooping shape and is compatible with most floor mounted tub fillers.

way to express your devotion to religion


“for the first time the world’s most influential religious texts are brought together and presented on the same level…”, other than your local library. Designed by mike and maaike for blankblank. This is a must when your trying to hook up with one of your students.

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