How’s it going, lovely people?
It is time. It is time to start off another week by looking at the best and the most of the week.
We’ve got tiny houses, llamas, and revolutionary dehumidifiers.
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This 180-foot A-frame cabin from Klein that can be built anywhere
This A-frame cabin with a stunning 13-feet ceiling can be built anywhere. Designed for Klein, these tiny houses are promised to be delivered anywhere in the world in just 6 months after the order has been placed. These are still in the concept stages, but a tiny house designed by leading architects is worth waiting for.
VG Studio’s Band Rail staircase that doubles as a bookcase
This whimsical staircase from VG staircase already looks like a modern piece of art. But if you come closer, you’ll notice that it features a layer of functionality. The staircase has an integrated bookcase that allows you to show off your favorite works on full display.
This hollow sink with hidden storage from Kovacs Apor and Hunap Studio
This is a hollow sink concept design created by Kovacs Apor and Hunap Studio. Its unique shape allows storing bathroom necessities close by. So on the one side, you’ll find some shelves for hand towels, and you can keep toiletries in a discreet cabinet on the other.
This 24K gold forest canopy bed by Artesanos
This magical bed by Artesanos is made to order out of 24K gold. Every leaf and twig is shaped by ironsmith artisans, creating a magical piece of furniture.
This living room from Bronxes Studio that features concrete & blush tones
If you’re on the lookout for the new palette to try out, gather some inspiration from Bronxes Studio. Titled ‘Pale’ it heavily features light tones and turns to raw materials, such as concrete and wood, to create a freeing airy atmosphere.
‘Limbe’ dehumidifier catches moisture in the air and allows it to slide into the bottle for drinking
Meet ‘Limbe’ dehumidifier created by Fabien Roy. This 3D-printed leaf-like structure features thousands of ‘veins’. These ‘veins’ can capture moisture in the air and let the droplets slide into the bottle underneath. This way, it can make water out of thin air in humid areas struggling with access to drinking water.
Michael Hilgers spontaneously designs one product a day, including this corner desk ‘Cornito’
Michael Hilgers of !idee studio has been designing one product almost every day since August 2019. ‘Cornito’ is the result of that ambitious project. It’s a minimalist corner desk that maximizes space in small apartments and it needs to become a reality.
Now let’s look at some fun product finds of the week
This kit that converts your ceiling into a starry LED night sky
This llama mug that can also serve as a planter
This zip-lock bag organizer that saves space in the fridge
This hanging bag organizer that keeps them in pristine condition
This mushroom mug that goes along with this saucer
This under-the-sink organizer with a cutout for the pipe
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