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    where's that from chris?
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    apartment therapy for the staircase (image links, but you can't tell unless you hover over it, of course)
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    hehe. I didnt see those stairs ! Nice.

    I actually meant the wallpaper on the previous page !!
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    nice stairs
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    squapple said...I actually meant the wallpaper on the previous page !!
    ah, no idea :D
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    Never mind. It just reminded of something !
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    SUNRAYS!

    sunrays
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    hideous
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    chris said...garbage architecture

    round table from found wood round table from found wood

    chris..very nice.. thats were we have been for 14 years..we save and recycle all that we can from here (new orleans) lucky us, in that when we demo or knock out a wall..the timbers are usually 120-170 years old..
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    transparent bath

    Flore de Crombrugghe is responsible for this design, the transparent bath. Flore has added measurements on a transparent bath, allowing you to see how many bottles of drinkable water you are actually wasting.
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    fork tile

    Ideal for small-space living, UtiliTILE: Dining is a series of simple-to-mount yet elegant lacquered wall tiles, each providing a specific storage function for the dining room. Have a buffet without having a table.

    A useful tile for storing your utensils in a fun and space saving way, as if hurled into the wall by a knife thrower. Setting the table is as easy as pulling out as many utensils as you need. Magnets ensure that the system works smoothly.
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    Do Hit Chair

    Created by Marjin van der Poll, it's available from Unica Home for $6718 for one that he pre-hammered. A smash-your-own model is $5924.


    http://www.unicahome.com/p27778/driade/droog-do-hit-chair-by-marijn-van-der-poll.html
  • edited May 2008
  • Ve.Ve.
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    HA! tee-hee-hee

    It's like taking a bath or a shower in a big candy dish!
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    i'm pretty sure i used to have an ashtray that was of a very similar design :D
  • Ve.Ve.
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    :happy::happy::happy::happy:
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    octotube modular radiator
    the octotube modular radiator. now, this looks pretty cool, eh?! square brain!
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  • Ve.Ve.
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    :happy:
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    now if that said sit/don't sit and was controlled by the beat of music, like those disco lights, you could have yourself a very cool party game :p
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    lol :D
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    typography rugs
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    space invaders chopping board
    , available at etsy
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    Cutting board rules...glass table is nice, but i fell through a glass table once, i refuse to buy another
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    nice!
    (except i'm not that fussed on them when they're not illuminated)
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    :D
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    RR mofo :awkward:
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    I'll try again



    ~waits for chris to RR me :awkward:
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    i always wanted to make a see-through waterbed with goldfish in it.
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    prevert :tongue:
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    shattered glass LED lamp
    shattered glass LED lamp
    shattered glass LED lamp
    shattered glass LED lamp
    , broken, tempered glass coated with silicon. this means you can bend it around!

    "The idea is to bend and fold it anyway you please to get different types of lighting effects. The shattered glass helps create interesting reflections."
  • edited May 2008


    Pong table! :happy:
    Designed by Moritz Waldemeyer, it’s part of MoMA’s Design & the Elastic Mind Exhibit. A Corian table embedded with 2400 LED lights and 2 trackpads turns it into a modern version of the 1972 Atari Pong game. Pushing the technology a bit further, he also crafted a LED-based roulette table, which sports an electroluminescent map and an overhead lamp that work in conjunction to provide the rolling ball action casino dwellers know and love.
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    ick


    sorry, but that's just awful. it's not even nice plywood.
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    haha

    i had to post it - i want to do something very similar in my shed, possibly over the weekend - this will serve as a reminder.
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    the chairs aren't too bad - would one fit in the shed? :)

    i suppose you could just flip the form plywood and make a wall of it too...conservation of materials....
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    well, i guess that this is meant to look like a bit of a construction site style, hopefully :)

    the shed could accommodate a number of those chairs (but i'd prefer to keep all the bikes and tools in there instead ;))
  • edited June 2008
    monloulou is a barber shop? if it is, where are the sinks? if it's not, eek that's a horrible space.

    my swedish is not up to figuring out the text on the page.

    i don't mind the plywood so much, but i've still not come to terms with the whole "polished concrete" floor thing. you expect concrete to be so tough, and it's really quite fragile.
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    there's a translation link (through google) towards the top, mick.
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    tx :) missed that
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    yesyes! i was right! "hair salon"!!! *strut* \


    heh
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