Many of us are seeing our ceilings and walls as a dull part of the house. It normally comes plain and painted in colors of our choice. Then come those stylish wall coverings that give life to our walls. We also have glow in the dark installations for our ceiling creating a new and lively look to our ceilings. Today, designer Takeshi Sano has an eye-catching ceiling installation at one of the known restaurants in Los Angeles, the Tsujita restaurant. Using 25,000 wooden sticks, Takeshi Sano has fromed images of clouds in the ceiling. Though we have seen it in a business establishment, I guess, this will also be a perfect addition to our modern home interior design.
Stackable chairs are used to be made of plastic, which is obviously not ergonomic and elegant enough for home use. However, the Air Chair by Samuel Accoceberry is totally different to the usual stackable chairs. It has a unique design and the sleek lines made it elegant and perfect for any use. In addition, the moment the Air Chair is stacked, it creates a beautiful graphic and colorful animation that made it not only a chair but as a part of the interior design as well. The technique of the air chair that made it unique amongst other is its close interlocking of seven curved wooden laths assembled in decreasing height. This is the main reason why the chair created some artistic and colorful animation when stacked.-via
From: Samuel Accoceberry
Alki Zutik Wall System gives you a chance to explore the wall as an extra space where you can organize your stuff neatly. Designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki, this wall system offers a new line of thought, you can leave the floor as is and time to explore vertical space. This wall furniture set features a horizontal oak beam composed of acoustic panels, mirrors, shelves, coat racks, and ladder structure. You can adjust it according to you need, both in length and composition, making it flexible for different wall space, it can adapt to large installations as well as small spaces. Nice, isn’t it?
Your wall is your canvas, you can decorate it while keeping all things organized, a practical construction site. Jean Louis Iratzoki’s work mostly around chairs and tables, except this time, the work focuses on the wall with a multi-functional aspect.
From : Alki