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    Eileen Gray; Cork and Blond Mahogany Screen, 1960.

    “Have another look to what we can do with fabrics, so different shapes, too much interesting stuff to create. Mika Barr just took this materials to create surprising designs. “

    Bamboo Construction - Paradise Backyard: Grow your own house - Simon Velez

    Amsterdamse School Erker by Bart van Dijk (...), via Flickr

    Photo. Street art. Metal grate.

    Mola Structural Modeling Kit (A KickStarter project from Brasil)

    Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich develops large-scale sculptures that draw on the history of his native country, daily life and own personal experiences and surroundings. His installation "Compound" is a construction using agricultural and craft materials found throughout Cambodia: bamboo, metal wire, plywood and rattan, developed as a response to the dramatic progress of urban development and its detrimental effects on the environment.

    Origami crease patterns: Silverfish - opus 449 - Robert J Lang

    Leather hinge embedded in plywood (Truex)

    Twitter / enrique_soriano: Guingueta Garnica aka focaccia ...

    cardboard robots by Mike Estee

    The BioLite BaseCamp Stove is a portable wood stove that can charge a mobile phone.

    Vintage Baseball Catchers Masks.

    peugeot design lab crafts ONYX sofa with volcanic lava and carbon fiber

    Cocooning at Home in Hong Kong, via The New York Time on the photography of Peter Steinhauer.

    "SmartShell is only four centimeters thick, covers a surface area of 100 square meters (1076 square feet), and features hydraulic drives at it's four support points"

    The 'LIX' is the world's smallest 3D printing pen that lets you draw in the air! The incredible little device just launched today on Kickstarter and you can learn more at the link. www.thisiscolossa...

    albert frey + floating dining table - albert frey - photo julius shulman - 1960

    Dutch designer Lex Pott and online platform and design label New Window have collaborated to produce the wooden Diptych series. To create the patterns on each piece, the team removed the lighter softer rings created while the tree grows during summer by sandblasting and blowing away the material to leave thin gaps.

    Numen/For Use - light membrane - via Ryan Wyatt N-Light / Membrane

    N-Light Objects by Numen: Geometric primitives paneled with one-way mirrors allow you to see into an infinite geometric space.

    N-Light Objects by Numen: Geometric primitives paneled with one-way mirrors allow you to see into an infinite geometric space.

    Clara Oloriz, "On the Search for Spatial Patterns"—A 3-dimensional collapsing structure by Perez Piñero. © Photograph by Ángel Fernández Saura.