Have you ever wanted to know what it was like to live in a home designed by a starchitect? Well, this is your chance to live in a tiny home designed by world-renowned architect Bjarke Ingles of BIG.
Industrial designer Alberto Villarreal has design a modular system of storage pieces made out of concrete and walnut for Brain&Storm branding agency. The stacking elements in the ‘LITOS’ system allow the pieces to be re-arranged on either their long or short side. Formed with a cylinder hole in the middle to accommodate wine bottles, the work takes on a sculpture quality, adding dimension and depth to its geometric shape. ‘LITOS’ is available at Common People Concept Store in Mexico City.
Dubbeldam architecture + design create a modular space through reclaimed and recycled shipping palettes.
The variety of modulation makes one feel re-planning to the free working space.
The structure is made of shipping containers which are positioned on the ground level to lift the upper floors.
A bracket system which was part of a temporary installation.
Closed volumes combined with fine open structures and natural wooden shelves go together in a perfect harmony.
The design arose from the interest to create furniture that can be build, stored and delivered in a simple and space saving way and with less hand labour involved.
A furniture collection using clamps as a joining device.
A low, sturdy, and simple shelving system.