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Really torn on whether to put this in Dream Home or this category, but opted for this one as my Man Cave will be a classy retreat for all things Josh-ish. College-ey posters have their place, but not in my Cave.

Henrique Oliveira, The Origin of the Third World, 2010

A Origem do Terceiro Mundo (The Origin of the Third World), entrance. Henrique Oliveira uses old plywood, fencing and PVC as his medium. Recycled from dumpsters and landfills from his home city, São Paulo, Oliveira shapes plywood around PVC forms.

Staircase at Cancer Research Center in Canada

Spiral out.keep going Taken at BC Cancer Research Center in Vancouver Canada. The DNA staircase reminds me of Lateralus by Tool, one of the best damn songs in the universe.

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Eyes All Around

DMT - The Spirit Molecule. DMT is a molecule found in nearly every living organism and considered the most potent psychedelic on Earth. It’s called the “Spirit Molecule” because DMT is said by many to.

HA I love this bedroom

tupawkward: “bount: “retrospeckt: “trapical: “avalxxxn: “floraes: “thisamericancyph: “care-not: ““ “ “ “ “ Visiona 1 Futuristic Habitat - Joe Colombo ” ”

Verner Panton  Astoria Hotel  1960

artresort: “ Icon: The Astoria Hotel & Restaurant by Verner Panton ” “ The design of the Hotel and Restaurant Astoria in Trondheim included the entry area with the cloakroom, the day restaurant with.

inflatable sculpture by Tomas Saraceno

Inflation Exhibition: West Kowloon Cultural District M+ Hong Kong

Design / CJWHO ™ (Artists blow hot air at temporary Hong Kong.

Varna Palace, 1971

Verner Panton never limited himself only to the order of single objects, but put them always in a context, incorporated the whole space with his creation. The best example: the Varna Palace in Arhus/Denmark in which a restaurant was accommodated.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Verner Panton experimented with designing entire environments: radical and psychedelic interiors that were an ensemble of his curved furniture, wall upholstering, textiles and lighting.

In the late and early Verner Panton experimented with designing entire environments: radical and psychedelic interiors that were an ensemble of his curved furniture, wall upholstering, textiles and lighting.

Verner Panton Interiors // Restaurant Varna & Spiegel Verlagshaus. | yellowtrace blog »

Verner Panton Interiors // Restaurant Varna & Spiegel Verlagshaus