w’s inspiration

This world is full of brilliant, creative people..



Glitched old painting by Julio Falagan (via)


beech and plywood buffet, designed from Gerrit Rietveld  in 1919   (via)


Facade of a retail space in Seoul designed by studio Archiholi (via)


John Dubrow, Yellow Tree, Early Morning (via)


Peel light by YOY (via)


wire sculptures by Moto Waganari (via)


 straw sculpture by the Musashino Art University on Shodoshima (via)


The amazing work of Martino Gamper, for the 100 chairs in 100 days project  (via)


Plywood, made from colorful recycled paper sandwiched by birch and lime wood. Needs no coating or finishes! by Drill design (via)


Chocoiste dtl, Godiva‘s homebase in Tokyo  (via)


The restauración de Torre Nazarí, a 13th century military defense tower in Spain, by Castillo Miras Arquitectos (via)


Frame benches inside an 8 storey high building in Helsinki (via)


Facade renovation of the Fouquet’s  Barrière Hotel in Paris,  by architect Edouard François (via)


19th century bathroom @ Amsterdam renovated by Bo Reudler Studio (via)


2 storey shelter on a remote pristine mountain in Mudgee, Australia, designed by Casey Brown Architects (via)


An old closet turned into a secret passage, being up against the doorway to a small hidden playroom (via)


House Of Bordeau by Koolhaas (via)


60’s installation, drawing on chair and table  by Saul Steinberg 


Bed of Mao, image by Marc Riboud (via)


Parisian hotel La Maison Champs Elysées, by Martin Margiela  (via)


Diamond bas-relief from found woods by Ron Van Der Ende  (via)


 Ink drawings by Vasilj Godzh (via)


Green box by Act Romegialli Architects (via)


Agate stone Windows, created by German artist Sigmar Polke for the Grossmünster cathedral in Zurich. (via)


the Pump Room restaurant at Public Hotel, Chicago  (via)


Golly+Bossy boutique hostel, in Croatia by Studio Up (via)


street artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet (via)


 a concept for riding bikes on a new type of  bicycle-lanes, based on steel wires suspended above city streets and pedestrian zones  (via)


Composting shed / garden store made of wooven rebars and Corten steel by Groves Raines Architects in Edinburgh (via)


House by deca architecture in Antiparos, Greece (via)


Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh’s installation @ St Michiel Church, Belgium (via)



the amazing Japanese illustrator Soga Kayoko, find more here + there



A hole revealing wall painting of successive exhibition layers, site specific artwork titled Timekeeper, by French artist Pierre Huyghe (via)