The latest project of peinter and now interior architect Alexandra Zabunov, is this bright and eclectic apartment. Each piece of furniture tells a story full of meanings, the interior is decorated and outlined to match the effervescent creativity and personality of its owner.
Inside this space, Alexandra introduced several pieces with charm, such as the sofa with five different backs and the table with solid oak wood countertop, all handmade specially made for this project.
Woodsman Axe Table by Duffy London is made out of solid walnut, oak, or ash and comes in the form of a dining table, coffee table, or console. It was inspired by the Grimms’ fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood, and founder Christopher Duffy states, “You won’t need to be afraid of the Big Bad Wolf with [this table].”
About 150,000 LEGO bricks and 1,700 mini-figures were used to recreate the Helm’s Deep battle scene from Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings. It took the duo about four months to construct the 160 pound, ping-pong table size creation.
Look closely and you’ll notice the small details like the catapults, ladders and towering walls!
In Venice, California resides furniture and instrument builder Charles Lushear , the man that is responsible for these carved wood Batman Bat Symbol Tables.The table is shaped to look just like Batman’s bat symbol and comes in three different options including black or walnut with hairpin legs, and walnut with an option for curved legs.
Designed by Google Creative Lead Ryan Vanderbilt, the table easily transitions from a work table into a ping pong table in only 30 seconds without ever having to run to the closet or storage room to grab the paddles and balls.
Conceived by Jason Phillips Design the Corocotta Table resembles an origami piece.It is composed out of
wood cube cuts that are being held together by a steel armature hidden from your eyes, making it seem like a defying gravity form.The shape is covered by a glass top so you can use it as a coffee table.
The Fabulous Frozen Factory, located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico is a new concept in the city that creates ice cream in cryogenic ways.
The interior concept was based in a big ice cream machine inside a warehouse where the costumer can be part of the spectacle of the preparation experience.
The goal was to develop a machine that can delimit the space and divide the program of the table integrating the original graphic developed by MIUNA y Osvany Tolosa in just one element.
Los Angeles architects Kyle and Liz von Hasseln have set up a business that produces 3D-printed sugar sculptures for wedding cakes, table centrepieces and pie toppings. The duo founded 3D printing company The Sugar Lab while studying at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), where they graduated last autumn.