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Blog Archive February 2010

Saturday, February 20, 2010

A Little Taste of Heaven

 
 

Wasara describe their product as disposable paperware for spiritual enlightenment, and for what its worth we think they're spot on. Their collection of beautifully designed disposable tableware makes us go weak at the knees. :)

We've all had the disposable tableware dilemma....borrow in crockery for a chic backyard barby, or buy in the disposables and save on the washing up. In recent years theres been some pretty funky cornstarch alternatives on the market, (plastic hasn't cut the mustard for a long time), but this new offering from Wasara takes disposable to a new level.

Underlying the concept of the brand is the legacy of  Japanese aesthetic and values. With one of the most refined food cultures in the world and a timeless design aesthetic, this range of bowls, mugs, wine glasses, sushi plates could only of come out of Japan.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Tiny houses all round the world.

 
 

It seems like people are building bigger and bigger and bigger houses. Its not really making sense to me.
I reckon some families livin in one room huts are way happier than some families living in sprawlin mcmansions.
Theres some pretty inspiring tiny homes around the world. And when we say tiny we mean tiny. These spaces can be as small as 90 sq feet.
These guys are takin tiny to a new level.
But just goes to show what you can do with a very small space.
We found just a few to show you. Check it out.

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