There is an article floating out there about stacking wood blocks. Yes I too thought that was as interesting as watch paint dry. The other problem is that unless you are a subscriber to New Scientist, you're not going to get to read this awesome article - right? Wrong! BLDBLOG ran their own little editorial on the article along with some pictures. Pretty fascinating, actually!
The Australian company Wovin Wall makes a great-looking dimensional wall surfacing system. It consists of a lightweight mounting grid which can be fixed
to any wall or ceiling surface. The Wovin tiles are clipped into this grid in alternating directions to create the distinctive woven pattern.
The panels come in a wide variety of materials, but I personally prefer the natural woods.
Antti Lovag designed this stunning bubble house for Pierre Cardin in the min 70's. Decades later it is still pretty darn stylish and fresh. A fantasy world for those who need to escape. These photos were taken by Ken Sparkes.
Ethereal threads hang from high ceilings to form a haven from the activity around you. Sheer, yet enveloping, these string curtains are a delight to sit behind and I'm sure they're delightful to touch.
String curtains are made out of woven acetate
material or CS Trevira for increased flame retardant properties. These
curtains are a great alternative to sheers, and are available in any
width or length. They could be used as a window treatment or to divide
a space. Easily movable. Attach simply using Velcro or a ruffled
band with hooks. Curtains are available in 17 colors.