Flat when not in use, this ‘piano hanger’ features wooden ‘keys’ that can be pulled out at different heights to hang as much or as little as you may need.
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Estonian studio Salto Architects have completed a temporary summer theatre in Tallinn made of black spray-painted straw bales.
Very ‘Margeliaeqsue’, all white, sterile, drapes, trompe-l’oeil wallpapers and custom furniture, the hotel ‘Maison Champs-Elysées’ commissioned Maison Martin Margiela to redesign, redecorate and reconcieve the hotel.
Four courtyards are cut into the asymmetrical white roof of this Portuguese house by ARX Portugal Arquitectos and Portuguese architect Stefano Riva.
Stacks of reclaimed roof tiles form walls inside this former slaughterhouse in Madrid by Spanish architect Arturo Franco.
A collection of 30 dinner plates designed by Albert Schrurs of Allegory combine to create a map of France showing the location of the country’s Michelin-starred restaurants.
This fabulous looking bookshop was formally the Teatro Gran Splendid and first opened in May 1919.
Crown have just released their colour trends for 2011 – think vibrant and earthy, bold yet subtle, and some brilliantly stylistic product juxtapositions.
A very neat idea for a magazine rack – store your mags inside the ‘house’ and rest the one you’re currently reading on top.