We’ve been admiring the colourful compositions and interesting material mixes of artist Christian Maychack today.
An industrial panel of plywood defies it’s material properties when folded like a piece of paper by artist Harry Roseman
Cisco Brothers continues its eclectic Southern California boho style at High Point Market, North Carolina.
Exotic wood and green marble are perfectly combined in this interior by Philip Johnson inside the Seagram Building by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, photographed by Hagen Stier
Artist Anila Quayyum Agha projects stunning shadows onto the surrounding room using a single light source within this intricately cut wooden box.
Aquatic wood-grain detail from Swedish architecture firm OkiDoki!’s office revamp.
Inamatt's private home and studio in Pingjum, north of Holland has got us dreaming the countryside-creative life. WGSN caught up with the founders to discover their favourite design spots in Amsterdam.
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Amsterdam-based bootmaker Kiboots are inspired by Kilim textiles, Moroccan adventures and … this adorable pup!
Our #colouroftheweek is reflective gold. One of the key colours seen at Dutch Design Week 2013. This example from http://www.wiekisomers.com/ is inspired by traditional Japanese craft and design. Gold has been sprayed onto a cone of wood, revealing the grain of the material and acting as a light reflector.
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