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Brock Designs, Portland OR. Interior Design Company Happy Thursday! Earlier this week, we showed you some wonderfully creative walls where artwork and photographs were the focal point. Today I am going to show you how you can achieve the same look in your own home.
Tiny Bachelor Pad With Multi-Functional Design | Interior Design, Architecture & Interior Decorating | iDesignArchBarcelona-based photographer Christian Schallert turned a tiny run down space on the top floor of a building into a modern functional studio apartment. This tiny 24 square meter (258 square feet) apartment has a kitchen that is hidden behind the swing-out wooden panels. The movable furniture from the bed to the dinning table can be neatly stored away when not in use.
Yiting Cheng just finished up a master's degree in design, but she could already teach James Bond a thing or two about stashing valuables. For her thesis project, Cheng designed a series of eight objects that ingeniously store secrets--from passwords to money to drugs to IDs. And you can see all of them in this nicely shot video (our favorite is the secrete drawer, hidden in the edge of a table, which is only accessible when attach a magnetic pull): According to Cheng: This project is about concealing valuables, secrets, bad habits and personal information in our workplaces. Here, hidden spaces/messages were created within 8 general objects such as wood boards, lamps and disposable coffee cups.
Everyone is looking for something different in their hotel experience—some crave numerous amenities; some look for a spot with interesting architecture or an otherwise unforgettable space; and some just want a cheap bed to crash on. The funky hotel Huettenpalast in Berlin delivers on all three of those, which makes it a must visit in my book. You can stay in their hotel rooms or book one of the three indoor caravans and huts featured here for a more unconventional sleep experience. Equal parts campgound, art installation, and childhood fort, this cluster of “rooms” seems too cool to pass up—luckily they cost only 60 euros ($85) a night. The hotel also has a garden, a cafe and bar that host frequent events, and other fun things to explore.