Author Archives: Sunita Hoorpah
Just a quick note to say sorry for the lack of posts! (I’m getting married next month so hopefully that’s a good enough excuse?!) Thank you to everyone for your support so far. I will be looking for rooms to … Continue reading
This year’s award-winning buildings have been announced by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
This bookshelf is simply too cool! Australian architect John Leung with the help of ClarkeHopkinsClarke has translated a form appearing in isometric perspective into 3D form; the amazing result is a bookshelf entitled “Bias of Thought”.
Photographer Irina Werning’s ongoing project entitled ‘Back to the Future’ re-visits people’s childhood photographs and re-creates the images mimicking every last detail. The idea is creative and intriguing, allowing the audience to appreciate how much can change over a few … Continue reading
In a bid to liven up a recent clients’ coffee table I took it upon myself to do what I do best and get creative! To be fair, the coffee table as it stands is perfectly fine and very practical … Continue reading
Take a look at this year’s Mortar & Pestle Kitchen Tools winner. Shira Keret is a young Israeli designer. The simplicity and beauty of this collection encapsulates everything modern design should be.
I am loving this amazing collection of alphabet furniture! French design company, TABISSO® focus on high-end contemporary lounge furniture and their collection of typographic furniture objects allow you to spell out names, acronyms (“OMG!”) and any other personalised message.
As part of the National Geographic Channel’s (NGC) new series called How Hard Can It Be?, a team of scientists, engineers and two world-class balloon pilots thought it would be a great idea to bring to life the unforgettable floating … Continue reading