It’s all in the details and evolution of ideas. Certain features or stylings that make make one pull a head-scratch, and wonder how such an idea and subsequent execution came about. Granted, some of these elements are a bit on the ludicrous / gaudy end of things (aka the lay down shower? get tha fak outta hee-uh!), but they are original and thought-evoking none the less. ENJOY! If you dug this post, here are 2 previous posts centered on the […]
Although quite staunchly a dissident of materialism, one can’t help but see the beauty of design in these accoutrements of home furnishing. Granted, that ping-pong table is a bit ridiculous. DIY?
Ricardo Bofill & his architecture firm (Taller de Arquitectura) have reclaimed an old cement factory near Barcelona and turned it into their headquarters. Serving as one of the grandest examples of re-appropriation, the renovation of the turn of the 20th century industrial complex is astounding. Check out the gallery and video below for a bit of a walk through.
Who knew neon signs could be such a fantastic art medium? Pat Martinez pokes fun at the traditionally commercial form of modern signage, and quips cleverly anti-commercial, anti-consumer truisms in bright florescence. KLEVA