(Image credit: Alexis Buryk ) I’m a huge fan of the concrete and cement planter trend that’s been popping up on DIY blogs for a while now—but while painting the dull gray surface of standard concrete works, I knew there had to be a cooler way of coloring these little plant homes. After some research and hands-on testing, it turns out that the trick is starting with white concrete and stirring in powdered pigments. From there, the sky’s the limit.
Torsten told Inhabitat, “When we started this project back in January 2015 the plan was to raise funds to build a permanent school for the center. (We haven’t reached that goal yet)
The Ontwerp Duo Auric Candles reflect the light of the candle with a wall of gold. 3 sizes to make a beautiful setting.
Caulfield Foyer – 1973 From Basquiat to Duchamp, Bowie’s incredible art collection goes to auction… Carolyn Meers
I, like many, am happy to hide my power outlets with furniture and other items but that only makes them harder to access.It also doesn’t help that they’re flush against the wall which makes aiming the plug a task in itself! The 33˚ Outlet takes on this problem by making a simple adjustment to the angle of the unit. The outlets diagonal form can still be mostly recessed into the wall, but it makes it a whole lot easier to see and aim
This precious wood is a means to feel closer to the divine, says Victoria Frolova
The Zelator-28 takes home first place in the Airbus Cargo Drone Challenge for its super-streamlined yet highly functional design.
A flourishing family business – not least one that has built its reputation on an unwavering commitment to tradition and the community it serves – will always get our vote.
Just south of Beirut, in Lebanon’s rich Shouf Valley, a newly completed church embraces the material heritage that surrounds it.
Venetian-born artist Massimo Micheluzzi has had a lifelong love affair with glass, turning the classic material into dynamic contemporary art over the years. London gallery Willer is celebrating this bond with a summertime exposé of 25 of his vessels. Starting his story with the likes of master glassmakers Venini back in the 1990s, he has since been experimenting with his own handmade, complex techniques