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

Material pendant

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

copper pull

HOLY WAFER - Superfront Holy Wafer is available in brass, copper and lacquered steel. With time, the untreated brass and copper will develop a beautiful patina.

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

light

LIGHT: This is a photography of a hallway in a cathedral. There is very white, visual light shining through the windows which creates shadows on the floor. The design is very clear and simple because there are no colors or any disaccords.

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

Into the Garden, using concrete/wood furnishings. Deux Ex Machina outlet, Venice Beach, California :: detail of concrete-wood table

Marble (blue gray) Wall Clock

Blue Marble Stone Print Soft Phone Case for your iPhone 6 Plus High Quality Soft TPU

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

Money bowls by Arthur Analts & Rudolph Strelis London-based Latvian designers Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis have made a series of bowls from shredded money.

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 …

Through this project, Latvian-born designer German Ermičs, researches the relationship between colour and shape and creates astonishing pieces of furniture.

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