Chameleon The Archives

Friday 13 December, 2013

Chameleon Cabin made from paper changes colour when viewed from either side

This corrugated paper cabin designed by architect Mattias Lind is printed to resemble black marble on one side of the folds and white marble on the other so it looks different from either side (+ slideshow).


Tuesday 29 October, 2013

Kler Swing W126: The Comfortable Chameleon

Introducing a slick sectional with no rules and no inhibitions.  The Kler Swing W126 has all the elements of a great contemporary sectional with a little added fun.  From the very beginning of the sofa’s creation, Kler’s design team ensured the best of everything.  All of the modular units with backrests are perfectly shaped for [...]


Saturday 28 September, 2013

Chameleon Cooking: Twelve Kitchen by Varnenna Poliform

In your kitchen, you need function and you want great form.  Most people settle for one or the other, but the Twelve kitchen is stepping in and making the kitchen more convenient and more beautiful than ever.  Designer Carol Colombo used seamless lines to plan the Twelve kitchen for Varnenna Poliform.  With the Twelve, it’s [...]


Friday 27 September, 2013

Chameleon Cooking: Twelve Kitchen by Varnenna Poliform

In your kitchen, you need function and you want great form.  Most people settle for one or the other, but the Twelve kitchen is stepping in and making the kitchen more convenient and more beautiful than ever.  Designer Carol Colombo used seamless lines to plan the Twelve kitchen for Varnenna Poliform.  With the Twelve, it’s [...]


Wednesday 25 September, 2013

Architect Ross Langdon Among Those Killed in Nairobi Siege

Click here to view the embedded video. In his TedxTalk, Australian-born, Tasmanian-raised architect Ross Langdon begins by reading from the book The Rabbits, a children’s tale which depicts Australia’s colonizers as an invasive, destructive species: rabbits. “I realized I didn’t want to be a rabbit any more,” Langdon explains. “So I thought it might be [...]


Saturday 21 September, 2013

Design Chameleon Office Desk is both Mid-century and Modern

With the move toward mobile computers, today’s workspaces do not require the same space as desks of days gone by. This allows for a much more design conscious choice when picking the perfect piece of furniture for your Laptop or ipad station. Generally slimmer and shorter, today’s desks can be situated in any room and [...]


Wednesday 04 September, 2013

Why You Must Absolutely Paint your Walls Gray

Gray is the hot new “in” color. It’s recently taken front and center, upstaging it’s neutral cousins, taupe, beige and ivory. Gray is the little black dress for your home. It’s the new must have essential color that’s modern and edgy yet timeless and classic. It’s the perfect chameleon as it suits just about every [...]


Monday 19 August, 2013

Reflective Storage Idea: Giano Wall Cabinet by Antonio Lupi

A versatile piece of furniture is worth its weight in gold, whether its adaptable in form or function.  Why not have both?  With priceless utility, the Giano Wall Cabinet from the Al Studio is truly a chameleon.  Made for Antonio Lupi, the Giano is a master of disguise and an expert in camouflage.  Wall-mounted, each [...]


Sunday 18 August, 2013

Reflective Storage Idea: Giano Wall Cabinet by Antonio Lupi

A versatile piece of furniture is worth its weight in gold, whether its adaptable in form or function.  Why not have both?  With priceless utility, the Giano Wall Cabinet from the Al Studio is truly a chameleon.  Made for Antonio Lupi, the Giano is a master of disguise and an expert in camouflage.  Wall-mounted, each [...]