Showing posts tagged modern design

a good espresso can turn things on their side.

(via The Cool Hunter - D’Espresso - New York)


The Warehaus by Residential Attitudes 

The Warehaus by Residential Attitudes 

(Reblogged from kxndrick)

the simplicity is very difficult.

(Reblogged from eifv)

Rebel Nell is a jewelry line made of layers of graffiti that have flaked off of the wall in Detroit.

Check it here 

subtilitas:

Handrail/stair details in Uno Tomoaki houses.

(Reblogged from vesselsandfields)

A-Frame Rethink by Bromley Caldari Architects

designed-for-life:

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This house that is located on Fire Island went through a complete renovation. A typical A-frame, this house had a spiral staircase splitting down the middle that blocked the fantastic view and a not so inspiring interior design. The potential was there and the owners were prepared to sacrifice a bedroom or two.

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(Source: designed-for-life)

(Reblogged from freefall77)

nickelsonwooster:

FallingWater.

theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Chasing Waterfalls: Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright-


Fallingwater is arguably the most famous house of the 20th century and definitely one of the most photographed. These photographs were taken by architecture photographer Ezra Stoller. Frank Lloyd Wright designed Fallingwater in 1935. The house was constructed between 1936 and 1938 and a further guesthouse was constructed in 1939. Situated in South-western Pennsylvania’s Appalachian mountains, Fallingwater was designed for Edgar Kaufmann. The house is anchored into the bedrock of the river that runs directly beneath the cantilevered rooms and terraces. The design of the house is very geometric from the outside with its concrete shelves. However, the strong is broken up with the natural stone and the inside is much less formal with stone walls and floors.


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(Reblogged from forming4function)

Floating desk

captosta:

Wooden Bookshelves
made of modular elements.
All the modules are designed to rotate around a central
axis providing support for the books. The bottom part
can be used as an hanging device.
Multiple shelves can be endlessly combined to customize
your space.

FUSILLO

Modular shelf for what have you

(Reblogged from marking77)

plastolux:

Solar Umbrella home by Brooks + Scarpa

Solar panels creating a covered porch……

(Reblogged from douguru)

thisisinterest:

Bed transformation

Good design is so inspiring.

(Reblogged from marking77)

zenhance:

Luxurious Brentwood Residence | Source

(Reblogged from zenhance)

Indoor Herb Garden

designed-for-life:

Spring is almost here, and now is the perfect time to plant seeds and start growing your garden indoors.

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Mmmmmmm fresh herbs that look good too.

(Reblogged from designed-for-life)

Design by John Randal McDonald, a protege of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Near Grand Rapids, for sale less than 400k, on 20 acres
Crazy