Wednesday, 4 June 2008


I know i seems to like recycle furniture very much but i can't help it, just look at how they fly freely from their cluster!
Designer: Jaroslav Jurica (Czech Republic)
Drawerment 1Drawerment 2Drawerment 3Drawerment is a composition of drawers collected from old office furniture. Flying freely over walls, desks and floors, they break up tight office atmosphere. As a herd, they sometimes group together but naturally go their own way when being used.The Drawerment is a small anniversary of 15 years of Tejo remy „Chest of Drawers“ - A piece of art that let loose the „rigid“ era of product design at that time.-design spotter

Chest-of-drawers, 1991Chest-of-drawers, 1991. Tejo Remy via


Tuesday, 3 June 2008

Bold modernist hide-out-Simple Stunning Architecture o3

Lot6, exterior The exterior immediately tells u that this is a private-enclosed place. Lot 6, by David Ponting architecture is a highly crafted response to a challenging urban setting. Visually, the property cladding coldly with zinc & high white walls is a strong contemporary composition of abstract forms but it has a hidden simple yet warm & natural interior space with an asian courtyard garden.

Lot6, in btwn fence wall & interior The ground floor with no solid wall: from the alfresco dining area & lawn towards the interior spaces of kitchen, living & lounge.

Lot6,entrance + living + diningLeft, the entrance: another statement of privacy. Simply clad with white walls. Right, a very clean living with dining & open kitchen that has a whole view of its courtyard.

Lot6,dining & kitchen The dining & the kitchen that receive morning sun from the east. American oak and marble were chosen for their visual and tactile warmth.

Lot6, lounge 1 A more private area: the lounge in between the staircase & the lap pool.

Lot6, lounge 2 The staircase which leads to bedrooms & a library, the lounge & the asian courtyard garden.

Lot6, corridor from master The corridor: from master bedroom.

Lot6, from library From the library: void, the simple vertical partition.

Lot6, common bath Subtle earthy-tone, form & function common bathroom.

Lot6, ground floor Ground floor.

Lot6, first floorFirst floor.
a+. photography by kallan macleod

Sunday, 1 June 2008

design sum

design something to think about....

a+. design dust