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A-frame cabin built in 1968 in the woods of Dorrington, California.
Contributed by David Nichols.
Melissa gets me so hard. Wait…no, no I’m fine with that.
If it’s foot-powered, I’ll take it!
There are no closed doors that Beauty can’t open
Wood Coffee Table Levitates via Magnet by RocketPaperRobot
RocketPaperRobot is an engineering boutique specializing in the innovation and fabrication of high-end kinetic furniture, lighting, and installations. They have combined some interesting design with a good bit of physics to turn the humble table into something far more unique, in the form of the Float Table. And science meets luxury in this levitating coffee table composed of hovering blocks that seem to magically shift back into formation when applied pressure is removed. The table works through a system of magnets and tensile steel cables. The polarity of the magnets keeps the individual cubes apart from each other, and the cables keep everything in place. This means that a user can push on the table and it will flex, then once the pressure is released it will return back to its original shape.
I love this like fat kids love cake! I need it in my life!
Colored Wooden Rugs by Elisa Strozyk
German designer Elisa Strozyk can do no wrong in my book. She crafts beautiful flexible textiles out of wood making you wonder how she did it. Her Colored Wooden Rugs are another piece to her wooden textile puzzle of genius.
Hollow form in Laburnum 3 1/4” x 2” finished in Broadleaf’s Rich stain
In the Carpenter Shop, 1905
I can almost smell the shavings.
After a lot of stress and heartache, its finally done.
I ended up receiving two awards for this project, one for design and another for craftsmanship. The competition was stiff, and I’m certain I didn’t win by a very large margin. There’s many great craftspeople in my program, and I will be posting a gallery of their work in the coming days.
Well I know I am impressed!