Steven Russell

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DIY Geometric Paper Animal Sculptures by Paperwolf | Colossal

<p>Stuttgart-based designer Wolfram Kampffmeyer creates DIY geometric paper sculpture kits under the name Paperwolf. The designs range from taxidermy …

11 Ideas For Building Your Own Modern Furniture From Scratch

A new book teaches you to make your own chairs from PVC pipes, tables from pizza crispers, and lamps from cardboard.<p>The closest many of us have ever come to making our own furniture is piecing together the contents of an Ikea flatpack. But no matter how many mass-produced Grundtals and Dagstorps …

Modern Kitchen Island Gorgeously Combined With Fully-Functional Aquarium

Dutch designer Robert Kolenik has turned the innocuous kitchen island into a source of oceanic wonder. Combining the furniture's typical function with an aquarium, you can now prepare dinner while admiring swimming fish below. Kolenik calls his creation <i>Ocean Kitchen</i>, and it's a great way to add a …

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EMPIRE Rug

This beautiful handloomed <i>Empire</i> rug is created by <b>Pattern Society</b>, a San Francisco-based producer of fresh, modern and affordable area rugs.<p><b>Empire …

New Blurred Cityscapes by Valerio D’Ospina | Colossal

<p>It’s hard not to get lost in these dramatically blurred architectural renderings and cityscapes of New York and Italy by Italian painter Valerio …

Tranquil Chapel Invites You to Leave Troubles Above Ground

The nearly-hidden Ecumenical Chapel in Cuernavaca, Mexico is a place to reflect on the meaning of life. It was a private commission for the firm BNKR Arquitectura, and their third religious-based project. They used previously constructed concepts as inspiration for the design. While their first two …

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