Weekly Inspiration 2008.09.10

September 10th, 2008 · No Comments

A big list this week to make up for the late post!

The “Loring” house by the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.  Fantastic design and easy living in only 251 square feet.  You can build this house for roughly $25-52,000.

The Mini Bar Side Table at the MoMA Store.  Designers and modernists like alcohol too.

Vintage posters from Sarah Stocking.  One day I’ll be able to justify what these cost, but they sure are eye candy.

The Formosa wall calendar by Enzo Mari.  I saw a vintage version of this in the opening of “901: After 45 Years of Working”, a film about the closing of the Eames Office on the first volume of their DVD collection.  The calendar is so simple but so clever, and never needs to be replaced.  Very similar to work by Massimo Vignelli.

Laura & Greg’s Bungalow in Austin (via AT).  I love the use of floating white bookshelves and mixing iconic mid-century design with an earthy, organic, cozy feel.  This house makes me lust for a backyard.

Modern Cuckoo Clocks by Momento Italia.  I never thought I’d want one of these.

Bendant Hanging Lamp and Pillows at re:modern.  This is comfort with an edge.  All homes should have lighting this gorgeous.

London at Night (via The Boston Globe).

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