Folklore by Danielle and Rob Reid

The North London shop Folklore is a beautiful little rustic gem of a retail spot. Wall panels and shelves are made from reclaimed floorboards and scaffolding planks that add character to the handpicked selection of handmade and antique products on sale. The old floorboards are arranged diagonally behind lengths of rope suspended from metal railings, which support … Continue reading

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25hours Hafencity Hotel by Stephen Williams Associates

Architects Stephen Williams Associates have completed a hotel that looks like a shipping warehouse beside the harbour in Hamburg. Named the 25hours Hafencity, the hotel features a ground-floor lounge with gridded markings on the floor and a conference room inside a freight container. Visitors check in at a desk of plywood boxes and can pile up their luggage … Continue reading

Green Chair by Estudio Mariscal

Estudio Mariscal have  designed an “affordable, comfortable, sustainable chair”. Green Chair has a 100% recycled plastic and 100% recyclable seat. It’s a chair for contract selling or for small budgets, as the material and the manufacturing process are economical. The recycled material means that they are all the same colour, dark grey, but at the … Continue reading

Furniture From La Baroquante

Strolling the local market of Valbonne, I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful and raw furniture at La Baroquante’s stall. La Baroquante is a french furniture company based in Haute Provence, France and is the collaboration between husband and wife.  The company produces furniture from ancient pieces of recycled timber and metal and the result … Continue reading