Check out the Next Generation House by Sou Fujimoto Architects. It's like a house built with Jenga blocks but it's actually a small housing module for weekend use located on the edge of a forest overlooking the River Kuma at Kumakura, Japan. The small pavilion, a 4×4 meters cube, is made by assembling solid japanese cedar blocks kept in place by their own weight and connecting metal cables running through vertical drill holes.
To follow are 5 images of corporate offices we found extremely creative in their design of their office space. Can you guess who works where??
You've probably heard the phrase "turned my house upside down" looking for something, but did you ever think you'd see it literally? Check out this Upside Down House loactaed in small village called Szymbark in Poland.
Twists and turns seem to be all the rage in the surrealist furniture trend. Lila Jang’s Wall-Climbing Sofa is perfect for that odd corner of the house where no other furniture fits!
The “Paint or Die But Love Me” Table designed by John Nouanesing seems to be melting or dripping paint. This conceptual table is one of the coolest I've ever seen!
Whether you work in a corner office, cubicle or home office, having a green mindset saves the planet, your health and lots and lots of money. It is relatively easy to create a green, healthy work environment through carefully considered choices. With modern day technology at our fingertips, creating a green and healthy office environment is an easily achievable goal that all companies big and small should set for themselves. Check out these 5 tips to help you make your office environment a little greener and healthier!
Tired of always closing the doors to her home office when guests came over, Kate decided to give her home office a complete chic makeover. Kate was initially inspired to do the office overhaul after purchasing the two bookcases that now flank her desk. And while the project took five months to complete, she was able to do it right under $1000!
The task chair, or desk chair is a familiar and constantly used part of the office environment. Its hard to find a unique chair that fits your taste and is cohesive with the rest of your creative space. However, in only a few steps you can turn your drab, boring chair into something that can spice up your space!
Wood pallets are an unfortunate bystander of our everyday shipping needs. But luckily wood is extremely recyclable and these four pallets were able to turned into a rustic DIY dining table.