Jenny Pokryvailo is a designer of kitchen product design – sushi kitchen towels. Just roll them up and they become tasty-looking pieces of sushi roll. Pokryvailo has an eye for kitchen product design, so be sure to check her website out if you like to have a good-looking kitchen!
Airplane Suite or as it’s called Vliegtuigsuite Teuge is a singular hotel destination. Stationed in the Teuge Airport, in The Netherlands, the plane was originally built in 1960 and measures 131 feet in length. This unique aeroplane suite still has a fully-equipped cockpit and boasts a luxurious bathroom with sauna, shower and spa bath. The raised terrace at Vliegtuigsuite overlooks Teuge Airport’s runway. The air-conditioned Vliegtuigsuite Teuge is occupies the whole plane and is nearly 40 metres long. Price tag is around $350 per night at this deluxe suite.
Allard Schager is an all-round freelance photographer, based in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. He is specialized in urban, landscape, architecture and interior photography. On the following collection you will see beautiful landscapes and cityscapes of various places from all around the world. In a few minutes you will see Italy and Belgium, Brugge and San Francisco.
“Warming Huts” is is an open competition that encourages people, amateurs and professionals, to design temporary structures along the Assiniboine River in the Canadian city of Winnipeg. Some designer or architect as Rojkind Arquitectos, Weiss Architecture & Urbanism Limited, OS31, Kanva, Tina Soli & Luca Roncoroni were also invited to participate.
Vera van Wolferen is a Dutch artist who creates worlds and stories from miniature maquettes that she builds with only grey recycled cardboard. She draws her inspiration from stories she told and imagined to herself during her childhood.
At the top floor of a caviar warehouse from 1884 located in Manhattan you can find this well-decorated loft. Based in New York city, architecte Andrew Franz has designed this amazing apartment featuring a terrace and garden with an unobstructed view over city.
The designer Ryan Bruxvoort designed this little haven for birds. Entitled “BirdHouse” This nest box was made from 65 strips of maple wood and seems to float in the air with his pace of aircraft wings. A timely project during this icy winter.