Kyouei Design present this umbrella pot, another great way to recuperate the rainwater.
In a small New York restaurant called Tides, LTL Architects explored different configurations of bamboo. The ceiling is formed by over 110,000 bamboo skewers embedded into a bach-lit acoustical ceiling. The skewers are composed to produce a topographical effect, evoking sea grass.
Air company British Airways, asked Droog Design to do something with the spot of their air conditioning system in the first class lounge. Frank Tjepkema was approached for this commission and he designed a kind of tree which transports the air to a higher level and has very decorative branches.
Pure by Grassland, is a changing picture on the wall, made of natural grass. The grass seeds grow directly on the stainless steel. Afterwards the dried grass changes its colour from dark green to straw-colour.
Depending on the incidence of light, the colours can take up to two years to change. In addition, the grass follows the law of gravity and bends down slowly.