When the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society asked designer Karen Regan of Tallulah&Bird to create a pop-up warm weather garden on a vacant South Street lot, she imagined how the public gathering space would feel if it had developed organically over time. The temporary installation for special events, as well as sampling food and drinks from local vendors, is only open from June until October of this year. Regan began the design process in the dead of last winter to prepare for a quick…
SINGAPORE SHOPHOUSE “My 'Singapore Shophouse' print was created as a fun and vibrant representation of the famous and much cherished heritage shophouses dotted around the city. I incorporated the Peranakan colour palette into the design with the use of various detailed vintage beaded and embroidered fabrics, tiles, tea flasks and tiffin carriers that I have collected over time and photographed.” Louise Hill
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Not just something you smear on your face in summer. Zinc is a hard wearing and beautiful metal that will develop a dark, stain resistant patina over time. It has the durability and longevity of stainless steel without the never-ending smears and sticky fingerprints
This is a neat, elegant solution to a problem that plagues all of us daily. Turn the Sands of Timed Light bedside light upside down when you want to go to sleep and the sand will gradually dim the light to nothing over the next fifteen minutes or so.
The Farm in Gerringong, New South Wales, Australia
A young couple with small children wants to build a holiday home that feels like a home but at the same time can accommodate up to thirty family members and friends for longer overnight stays. The architects at Sydney-based Fergus Scott Architects faced this brief that would have been demanding in any surroundings. But added to …
Coffee drinkers can often be as finicky as wine connoisseurs. The Auroma realizes that and doesn’t break a sweat. It will learn your coffee preferences over time, delivering absolutely delicious caffeinated (or decaf, whatever you want, your highness) beverages for you to sip on and brood deeply over life related things.
Yoshiyuki Hibino’s Pendant Lights The young Japanese designer Yoshiyuki Hibino who is also director of BEETS presented his pendant lights. Paying tribute to simplicity and functional ecological beauty, the shades reflect elasticity through rolled up paper looped through uncoated metal, a material which changes over time.