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Ever since architect Adam Kalkin debuted his Push-Button House, I’ve been intrigued by sustainable architecture. Kalkin’s Push-Button house is a dwelling made from an old shipping container. With the push of a button, the sides of the container unfold, and the container transforms from a metal box to a sleek and sophisticated living space. The Push-Button House debuted at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2005 and eventually spawned a Push-Button Cafe c/o Kalkin and Illy Coffee

Adam Kalkin’s Push-Button house is a dwelling made from an old shipping container. With the push of a button, the sides of the container unfold, and the container transforms from a metal box to a sleek and sophisticated living space.

Delightful teacup lamps by Gregory Bonasera

Alice in Wonderland Tea Party Wedding Idea {DIY Tip} Glue the tea cups to their saucers. String an power cable with light fitting through each and suspend above your wedding tables! Or just make a light fixture for AIW room :)

brilliant idea for accent lighting. if/when I ever have a coffee shop, this will definitely be involved.

She likes teacups and tea and she likes lamps, so Gregory Bonasera has combinded the two and created these delightful teacup lamps.

Coffee Shop: Mobile Catering: North West Mobile Event Caterers: Traditional Catering Specialists, Wigan, Lancashire, North West

Coffee Shop: Mobile Catering: North West Mobile Event Caterers: Traditional Catering Specialists, Wigan, Lancashire, North West What a good idea!

I really like this idea. Shipping container coffee shop/bistro.

Pop Up Shop Design / Retail Design / Semi Permanent Retail Fixtures / VM / Retail Display. I would so love to have this food my business!