Beautiful stone wall! #design #interiordesign #texture @TerezaPregoD inspirations

Beautiful stone wall! #design #interiordesign #texture @TerezaPregoD inspirations

The Shaping Colour series by Amsterdam-based designer Germans Ermičs is the realisation of a more than 2 year long research project into colour and the intriguing design material of glass. Glass, making up a large part of our surroundings, is used widely in architecture, interior and furniture design. Sometimes viewed as cold, flat and comfortless, this designer …

The Shaping Colour series by Amsterdam-based designer Germans Ermičs is the realisation of a more than 2 year long research project into colour and the intriguing design material of glass. Glass, making up a large part of our surroundings, is used widely in architecture, interior and furniture design. Sometimes viewed as cold, flat and comfortless, this designer …

Honed silver travertine, brass inlay and wallnut veneer - Fenix Events II Bar by Shareen Joel Design

Honed silver travertine, brass inlay and wallnut veneer - Fenix Events II Bar by Shareen Joel Design

Beautiful design details to inspire your gloomy Wednesday morning.   Inspiration images from addictedtoretail, archinect, atelierzafari, feedly, hunterandrichards, johnwardle, mooreaseal, preciousandfregilethings, scdaachitects, tristanauer, bijouandboheme, bloglovin, bocadolobo, decorpad, domainehome, eyeswoon, homedesign, naritas, remodelista, pinterest

Beautiful design details to inspire your gloomy Wednesday morning. Inspiration images from addictedtoretail, archinect, atelierzafari, feedly, hunterandrichards, johnwardle, mooreaseal, preciousandfregilethings, scdaachitects, tristanauer, bijouandboheme, bloglovin, bocadolobo, decorpad, domainehome, eyeswoon, homedesign, naritas, remodelista, pinterest

Lampshades from Nevvork. Designed by Noergaard & Kechayas. Material: cork, marble, concrete, terra-cotta and wood.

Material pendant

Lampshades from Nevvork. Designed by Noergaard & Kechayas. Material: cork, marble, concrete, terra-cotta and wood.

Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis : Money Bowls made of shredded GB pounds! #reclaimed #recycled #materials #green #eco #sustainable #design #housewares #homegoods

Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis : Money Bowls made of shredded GB pounds! #reclaimed #recycled #materials #green #eco #sustainable #design #housewares #homegoods


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Olafur Eliasson. 360° room for all colours. 2002. Stainless steel, projection foil, fluorescent lights, wood, and control unit, 126 x 321 x 321" (320 x 815.3 x 815.3 cm). Private collection. Installation view at Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York. © 2008 Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson. 360° room for all colours. 2002. Stainless steel, projection foil, fluorescent lights, wood, and control unit, 126 x 321 x 321" (320 x 815.3 x 815.3 cm). Private collection. Installation view at Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York. © 2008 Olafur Eliasson

Aliki van der Kruijs,  Colour, A collection of 100% silk textiles originated from a practical study on the movement of colour following up the thesis Parallel landscape. On show at Tuttobene design shop. Printed at @TextielMuseum | TextielLab | TextielLab | TextielLab

Aliki van der Kruijs, Colour, A collection of 100% silk textiles originated from a practical study on the movement of colour following up the thesis Parallel landscape. On show at Tuttobene design shop. Printed at @TextielMuseum | TextielLab | TextielLab | TextielLab

Study O Portable | Fuzz Table (detail) | 2013, Jesmonite | Unique | UK

Study O Portable | Fuzz Table (detail) | 2013, Jesmonite | Unique | UK

From Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama comes The Obliteration Room, part of an exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia. It’s one of the coolest (and most colorful!) interactive installations I’ve ever seen.

The Obliteration Room by Yayoi Kusama

From Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama comes The Obliteration Room, part of an exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia. It’s one of the coolest (and most colorful!) interactive installations I’ve ever seen.

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