Andreas Kuhn
Ide lain dari Andreas
This is something like what I have thought of for a dining room table just on a much smaller scale and with X legs instead of bent wood. Their website has lots more cool stuff combining wood and stone. Seth Rolland - Tables

This is something like what I have thought of for a dining room table just on a much smaller scale and with X legs instead of bent wood. Their website has lots more cool stuff combining wood and stone. Seth Rolland - Tables

Looking to improve your bike maintenance skills? Check out our bike maintenance infographic below to learn the skills you need to make sure your bike is in tip-top condition - no matter what you put it through!

Looking to improve your bike maintenance skills? Check out our bike maintenance infographic below to learn the skills you need to make sure your bike is in tip-top condition - no matter what you put it through!

The Monolith kitchen from piqu - precision edge mitring in stone and lacquer featuring a solid stone list. The long worksurface in Australian marble needed to be in two pieces so we contrasted the pieces and make a feature of the join.

The Monolith kitchen from piqu - precision edge mitring in stone and lacquer featuring a solid stone list. The long worksurface in Australian marble needed to be in two pieces so we contrasted the pieces and make a feature of the join.

El baño | Galería de fotos 12 de 13 | AD MX

El baño | Galería de fotos 12 de 13 | AD MX

Casa pré-moldada

Casa pré-moldada

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none

wood + white + custom shelving.

wood + white + custom shelving.

Rosamaria G Frangini | Architecture Houses |

Rosamaria G Frangini | Architecture Houses |

Sheeeit

Sheeeit

The loving and lasting solution for your mechanical bereavement! An eccentric side project born out of too many sleepless nights at the Royal College of Art and a homesickness for the rugged Highlands. Bicycle Taxidermy first began on a couple of memento mori for my father’s once prized but long discarded mountain and road bikes. http://bicycletaxidermy.com

The loving and lasting solution for your mechanical bereavement! An eccentric side project born out of too many sleepless nights at the Royal College of Art and a homesickness for the rugged Highlands. Bicycle Taxidermy first began on a couple of memento mori for my father’s once prized but long discarded mountain and road bikes. http://bicycletaxidermy.com