Filed under: Graphic Design, Spatial Design | Tags: Church, Fast Food, Restaurant
A church turned into a fastfood joint; blasfemic or bloody brilliant? Well, have a look at Hubbox designed by Meor Studio. I must admit I’m totally in love with the place and I think the loccation is transformed with great respect, keeping features like the stained windows and showing the room from it’s most advantageous side. I hope I’m not offending anyone here, but I find this much better than unused empty buildings or tearing the place down.
See more: http://www.meorstudio.co.uk
While researching a project I was doing I came across this mindblowing project by American artist Liza Lou. OMG I’m blown away! This entire kitchen is made of beads. Even for me, this is crazy! I’m in awe.
See other Liza Lou projects: http://www.lizalou.com
I’ve recently been fascinated with the work of French streetartist Eltono. I’m not usually a big fan of geometry but it just works so well on these large scale buildings and in the middle of busy cityscapes. Wish we had one in Copenhagen. He should do my old workplace (Danish School of Media and Journalism) which I lovingly call The Concrete Castle, would be a perfect location!
See more: http://www.eltono.com/
I am WAYYYYY behind on posting. But still here! Just working super hard. But hey! It’s time for the weekend and what’s more party friday than confetti? Ohh how I’d wish this place was in Copenhagen. I think I might have to book an extra seat coming back from NYC when I go in September for one of those pinatas.
See more: http://www.confettisystem.com
How about going away for the weekend? Check in to a nice hotel and just relax? If I had the chance I would go to Porto and check in to the Casa do Conto. How lovely it would be to wake up tomorrow morning and have that beautiful concrete type ceiling be the first thing to see. Well, even if it isn’t I wish you a good weekend :-)
See more: http://www.casadoconto.com/en/a-empresa
I guess Jaime Hayon might be on the outskirts of what I normally post but to me he’s so inspiring and since this place IS about inspiration I’m thinking why not? His stuff is AMAZING and I’ve been drooling over his ceramics for ages. They’re just sooooo pricy, a little out of my range, but I guess they’d be worth living off spaghetti for. Even his sketchbooks are a treat.
See more: http://hayonstudio.com
Ohh how I would love to have a cup of coffee at Cielito Querido Café, but alas, Mexico is kind of a long way to go for that experience (although I AM going to Bruxelles over easter just to stay at the Pantone hotel!). But doesn’t this place just look lovely. The bold colours, the type, the lot!
Visit Cielito Querido Café.