• Blow of heart: a concrete rocking chair!
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    Blow of heart: a concrete rocking chair!

    An original idea and design for a contemporary rocking chair made entirely of concrete. ) est subtilement incurvé, moulé avec du béton et posé à même le sol. The “concrete rocking chair” designed by the German studio metrofarm ( http://www.metrofarm.net/ ) is subtly curved, molded with concrete and laid on the floor. Simple, solid and beautiful, blow of heart! ) (source: http://pinterest.com/pin/5207355792300972/ )

  • Blow of heart: a chair made with a single piece of plywood
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    Blow of heart: a chair made with a single piece of plywood

    Here is an original idea to design a seat from a single board of plywood and plastic ties. The Zipstich chair was designed by Ben Uyeda for the 19th episode of HomeMade Modern. More difficult to manufacture than a bench or a stool, this chair is however realized in a simple way. Original. Here is the video of the designer: ) (source: http://pinterest.com/pin/5207355792261059/ )

  • Animal heads at the heart of the decor
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    Animal heads at the heart of the decor

    Share Record +1 Traditionally hung over the fireplace as a trophy after a hunt, animal heads are now revisited and recreated in different materials to decorate our interiors. ) . No need to be a hunter to proudly display these trophies (source photo: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/285486063852576861/ ) . The animals are made of paper, wire, plaster or wood and provide a much lighter atmosphere in the house. Here are some decor ideas with animal heads: Molded, these heads are recreated with materials such as plaster or resin. Light, they cling to the wall easily to create the decor. ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/215187688415256530/ ) To make your own, create your animals. ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/74731675039810037/…

  • A surprising house: a troglodyte habitat in the heart of the forest
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    A surprising house: a troglodyte habitat in the heart of the forest

    It is a family with three children who lives in a cave on a 17,000 square meter lot in a former 1930s sandstone mine. Located in Festus, Missouri, not far from the Mississippi River, this “Cave” house house “is a wonder in the heart of the forest. The family chose to build in the cave to maximize their privacy. A large glass wall is the front of the house. The main living room and dining room are on the ground floor, and the bedrooms are on the second floor above the kitchen. An underground source provides about 150 liters of water a day and feeds a pool of fish. )…

  • An oasis in the heart of Saigon
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    An oasis in the heart of Saigon

    In the heart of downtown Saigon, this architecture designed by architects Vo Trong Nghia offers a magnificent vision of an urban building, an oasis in the heart of the city. It is a vertical construction where you just have to look up to admire the nature in the street. The different living spaces were created to hide the interiors to reveal the exteriors. The view from the windows is panoramic with a beautiful roof garden. , via http://blog.atcasa.corriere.it/community-garden/2012/02/06/una-casa-coperta-di-piante-a-saigon-un-esperimento-abitativo-verde/ ) (Photo credits: http://www.votrongnghia.com , via http://blog.atcasa.corriere.it/community-garden/2012/02/06/una-casa-coperta-di-piante-a-saigon -a-esperimento-abitativo-verde / )

  • Blow of heart Candle Torch Candlestick
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    Blow of heart Candle Torch Candlestick

    Blow of heart for these candlesticks really deco! To put on a piece of furniture, a table or the fireplace, these candlesticks available in two different sizes and three colors, white, coral and blue gray, will become an indispensable element of your decor. “Candle Torch” created by Andreas Engesvik is an enamelled ceramic candle holder. It can be used both indoors and outdoors because its shape protects the flame and its material reflects light. This candle holder is available at Petite Friture and costs less than 50 Euros. ) ( http://www.petitefriture.com/eng/14/objects ) ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/180144053818617719/ ) ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/242772236137854903/ ) ) (source: http://www.petitefriture.com/eng/24/designers/designers/fiche/7“>

  • Blow of heart: A sculpture garden
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    Blow of heart: A sculpture garden

    Blow of heart for this amazing place at the edge of the Marne. Jacques Servières sculpts his works from stones of the old aqueduct of the Dhuys bombed in 1939 during the Second World War. Since 1987, he has been creating this outdoor sculpture garden on the banks of the Marne. It is possible that you meet him at work! The sculptures extend from the bank to the source of the river. “In the same town as the Disneyland Park Paris, I offer my way, a place of daydream and fantasy for hikers, cyclists and river tourists. The commune of Chessy maintains the park and preserves it. Jacques Servières »…

  • Blow of heart: a flying carpet table
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    Blow of heart: a flying carpet table

    If you like the atmosphere of Thousand and One Nights, this flying carpet table is for you. Just like Oriental carpets, it will float in your living room for your greatest pleasure! Heart stroke ! Designed by Duffy London, The Flying Carpet Table uses a false shade of flying carpet for the base of the table and a tray representing the flying carpet floating literally. Available in several colors, it is worth nearly $ 2,000. ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/58969076344920112/ ) The Duffy London Company: http://duffylondon.com/

  • Blow of heart: superimposed dressers for children by Chigo
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    Blow of heart: superimposed dressers for children by Chigo

    Blow of heart for these superimposed dressers for children by Chigo in Japan! The “Tree Stacking Cabinet” is particularly suitable for people who love evolving systems because this dresser will accompany the child from birth to adulthood by adding modules as the years go by. Made of stackable parts, this system can become as high as you want, a great way to adapt the furniture regardless of the age of the child or the use that is made of it. With its simple and neutral lines, the modular pieces can be installed independently or stacked on top of one another. It’s up to you to choose according to your needs.…

  • Blow of heart: a Christmas tree with infinite possibilities
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    Blow of heart: a Christmas tree with infinite possibilities

    A favorite for Scandinavian-inspired fir trees created by Johannes Molin and offering infinite possibilities of forms. A fir tree design, playful and original, blow of heart! Johannes Molin created “The Infinite Tree” a love story with the Scandinavian Forest. This creation was conceived according to a universal proportional system that many know in the art related to the golden ratio and which plays an important role in the human perception on the beauty. The proportion of gold is indeed present in many elements of nature. Pretty creations, blow of heart! ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/528891549962025612/ ) Where to find them: http://www.areaware.com/products/infinite-tree