"Lighting element" Heather Lewis, Pay per view, 2011 (money in meter) Coin meter, light, mirror tiles Approximately 9 x 11 x 6 feet

Adam Belt, Religious Experience (Installation) 2012 Plywood, Sunlight, and Fog Machine x x Three windows were covered with plywood in the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library in La Jolla. Holes were drilled in the plywood for the stars of.

shadow created by a lamp. Could possible be programmed in a way that the object changes over time. what a neat idea. shadow + light are sculpture, too.

Clever little wall lights. by Kristján Kristjánsson – 2010 Lighthouse – Iceland Lux is a simple wall lamp, which produces a decorative lighting effect. As they rotate 360 degrees you can arrange a real light show

The Illusion table was designed in 2005 by Danish designer John Brauer. It is made out of acrylic and gives the impression that there is a tablecloth over a desk.

Love the tile colors, like the sink idea, not so crazy about the white wall below the sink // would have preferred exposed brick. - "Curved Bathroom Sink in Mosaic Tile - Skin by Lago"

I have attended the lecture of Jean-Louis Deniot and have made the list of tips that he have to all designers on how to work on interior design project.

These Dream Light Rain Canopy shower heads are truly luxurious. They provide a large rain shower with the added benefits of chromatherapy in a rainbow of colors.

Mixed materials of silver and cement by Richard Tuttle - need a cool sculpture like this on my new dresser!

ロンドンの街に水を流そう

Use a topographic map as a basin where the water flows through the ducts resembling the river channels.ImplementedA wooden three-dimension basin representing the streets of central part of London.London map choice being a tribute to the fact that it w…

Bisazza Bagno

Japanese design studio Nendo has created the Nendo Bathroom Collection for Bisazza Bagno. The furniture design is very minimalist and simple

Acrylic lenses installation by Hiroshima-born artist Haruka Kojin, from the exhibition "Architectural Environments for Tomorrow - new spatial practices in architecture and art" @ MOT, Art Museum Tokyo. via design boom

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