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Friday 26 July, 2013

Creative Seating: The Canape Cactus Sofa by Baleri

Crazy cool and genuinely genius describe the Canape Cactus sofa. Words cannot do this contemporary couch justice when trying to articulate its mega-modern and ultra-creative design. Manufactured by Baleri, the Canape Cactus sofa was designed by the innovative Maurizio Galante. Simply put, the Canape Cactus sofa is like nothing you have ever seen.  





Saturday 13 October, 2012

The Pampered Pooch: Outrageous Pet Furniture

A dog really can be man’s best friend, and admittedly, there are those of us who treat our pups (and cats, for that matter) more like royalty than possessions or peers.  We get so enthralled with that happy little face and frenetically-wagging tail when we walk in the door that we’d just about do anything […]


Thursday 23 August, 2012

The Transparency Project / Perkins + Will

©2009 Christian Phillips Photography. RWU North Campus Residence Hall, by Perkins+Will


Thursday 23 August, 2012

The Transparency Project / Perkins + Will

©2009 Christian Phillips Photography. RWU North Campus Residence Hall, by Perkins+Will


Friday 20 July, 2012

Clever Anamorphic Typography Project for Interiors with a Twist

We ran across a simple, yet “heavy” interior design idea that could be applied to any room in search of personality. Thomas Quinn painted letters above his parents’ garage, delivering the message: “Face reality as it is”. From the perfect, steady message, it is enough to move a step back to see how the perspective […]


Thursday 19 July, 2012

Clever Anamorphic Typography Project for Interiors with a Twist

We ran across a simple, yet “heavy” interior design idea that could be applied to any room in search of personality. Thomas Quinn painted letters above his parents’ garage, delivering the message: “Face reality as it is”. From the perfect, steady message, it is enough to move a step back to see how the perspective […]


Sunday 22 April, 2012

Where is LEED Leading Us?…And Should We Follow?

CityCenter, a LEED Gold Building in Las Vegas, demonstrates the irony of a LEED Certified, sustainable, building in the unsustainable context of the desert.