Every month, Eclectic trends invites bloggers and friends to share their collections in the series “What do bloggers collect?“. My favorites are these by Eclectic Trends herself, beeldSTEIL and Wohnbedarf.
Third time already that I’m showing work by Frederico Babina. This time, the architect and illustrator has made portraits of iconic architects and designers out of elements from their designs. I can’t wait to see what he comes up with next! (source)
Doors in Ghent instantly reminded me of Windows of New York (featured on the blog before here), which turned out to be this project’s main source of inspiration. So maybe not the most original concept, but super pretty nonetheless and closer to home… Maybe those of you from Ghent can even find their own door here?
French, CGI Designer, Benoit Challand came up with a whole alphabet of desks, each with its own character. “You can sit in an A-shaped desk, feeling like you’re at the prow of a ship, or in the smooth curve of a D, far more comfortable than being boxed into a traditional cubicle.” (source)
The Rabot towers in Ghent (a social housing project from the seventies) are being demolished layer by layer and the removal of the facade revealed its colorful insides. Photo by Pieter Lozie.
Wrapped books at a book store, to avoid people judging a book by its cover. (source)
Birdcage shaped like a horse. I need this too, and some birds maybe. (source)