Garden Studio

This is quite possibly the most sophisticated garden room I’ve ever seen.  It functions as a workspace and cinema (of course).  Basically, it’s your typical Hackney garden shed!

Via Trendland, designed by LATIS.


Fruit Loop Landscape

An amazing image from Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman’s series, ‘Processed Views’.  The series explores imagined consequences of the effects of processed food and is inspired by the work of landscape photographer Carleton Watkins.

Via Feature Shoot.

Mush, Mush, the Sloping Midnight Line

Lovely new works on paper from Portland-based artist/illustrator Carson Ellis currently on display at Nationale.  The various scenes depicted come together to tell stories of ‘desire, fear, atonement, nighttime voyages, and motherhood.’  No trivial themes here!


Orb money banks from STUDIO ARHOJ.  That sure is a pretty place for loose change!

Available here soon.

Sandstone Pinnacles

Amazing image of the in Karnasai Valley in Chad from photographer George Steinmetz.

Via PDN.


This sofa range is mad and oh-so Euro – but I love it.  As much as I’m drawn to mid-century wares, you’re hard pressed to find genuinely comfortable pieces (wooden arms on a sofa?!) Most people I know end up with vintage tables, dining chairs, and sideboards but nondescript Ikea, Habitat or John Lewis sofas.  This ‘Nuvola’ range from Gervasoni  just looks ridiculously comfortable and is thoroughly modern.  PLUS it’s upholstered with ‘differentiated density polyurethane foam covered by a goose down and polyester fibre quilting.’  That sounds like some serious comfort!

A Very Narrow House

House K by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects.

Via Dezeen.