apparently the next UK bank holiday is may 30th, monday… aka memorial day in US. and it happens to be my birthday as well :) to celebrate this big holiday in UK, ham is offering 20% off on all their products till midnight on bank holiday monday. looking for a minimal, chic, and playful wall sticker? check out these wall stickers by ham. they are awesome. i also added couple other wall stickers by ham to michitecture’s […]
[ all images courtesy of FvF] a modern, cozy home in london’s east end. owners jo sindle and kyle stewart are also the founders of good hood store. you can read the full interview on Freunde von Freunden. here are just some of my favorite corners in this place.
though holiday season is officially over, the winter has just begun — at least in philadelphia. with the window closed while cooking during winter (freezing) time, scented candles will definitely be the saver to keep your house smell fresh and clean. BUT for some reasons i’ve never liked these strangely fruity/artificially sweeten scented candles (or air fresher)… not to mention they cause me headache. i like real candles (soy-wax, bee-wax, cotton wicks) with nice candle jar […]
[all images courtesy platform5] london-based platform5 architects have done couple gorgeous house extension projects, included Hackney House Extension that i shared two years ago. (can’t believe it has been two years!) since i am always up for new-meets-old inspiration, shirlock road extension is another lovely project by platform5 that i have to share on michitecture :)
[all images courtesy candy black] services range from branding,digital media, print design, to interior design(sourcing, styling, consulting), to typography, illustration, photography… (anything else?) the joined forces duo behind this british boutique design studio candy black (graphic designer jason rubino and interior designer katie culley) had introduced themselves to the world by transforming a previous disused bakery to a modern & stylish studio space.
[all images courtesy project orange] one of my favorite british architecture firm, project orange, has done so many awesome new-meets-old projects, such as shoreham street, old corner house, and field street, just to name a few. today i want to share their equally awesome office space in london, which is, of course, designed by themselves. the design concept for this “urban sanctuary” as architects called, is a collage of their favorite parts and also a challenge to the typical office […]
[all images courtesy another country] we’re not surprised this refreshing new addition to the modern furniture world, UK-brand another country, is founded by former wallpaper magazine’s publisher paul de zwart. a furniture line inspired by british country kitchen style, shaker, traditional scandinavian and japanese woodwork, you know that means, good quality guaranteed. all the design are concerned with efficiency: limited waste of material, easy to transport, and versatile (one design, many ways to use).
[all images courtesy jamesplumb] antique, vintage, cast-offs, luggage… who brought these key words all together? jamesplumb. founded by james russell and hannah plumb (recent INSIDE festival 2011 “retail” category winner ), two artists under one name, jamesplumb always leave us a hint of history but with new stories to tell in their projects. i don’t know if it’s appropriate to say “they gave old objects new life” because that seems over simplified their design sensibility… well, as it said […]