This barn house refurbishment has main focus to create large inside space, contain kitchen, living room. A large space for any functional purpose like relaxing area, organize entertain. High cone-like gabled roof create high ceiling and create second floor as relaxing mezzanine.
American artist Helen Altman lives and works in fort Worth, Texas where she creates artwork by altering commonplace material such as these skulls, made from different spices. These life size skulls are moulded from different natural materials, including bamboo, mustard seeds and mung beans. The materials are glued together and sculpted into a human skull form and hung from a wall. The series explores notions of reality versus artificiality in everyday life and the boundary between authenticity and absurdity.
A house in a Melbourne, Australia laneway made with shipping containers. The house has an open plan, inner courtyard, a corrugated metal facade and an iron fence. More at ODR Architects and Life Space Journey.
What is most interesting about Loom’s rugs is that although they are made using traditional techniques, Doan Bilgis has also introduced some really innovative contemporary ideas into his business. His ‘Hepsi’ rugs are formed using a patchwork technique which is not traditionally used for rugs, but when Doan Bilgis discovered some artisans in Turkey playing with this idea in 1999, he fell in love with the concept and began working with them. Doan Bilgis named this style ‘Hepsi’, meaning ‘all’ – as the technique uses everything and anything to create these unique rugs.
The common usage of a hanger is to hang up clothes. Fixing hangers around a bulb transforms them into a ceiling light with an interesting shadow lines. The design of ‘light MI‘ gives the original hanger a new function and alters it into an abstract shape.