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Elaine Ng Yan Ling’s textile consultancy, The Fabrick Lab, Hong Kong, develop…

Elaine Ng Yan Ling’s textile consultancy, The Fabrick Lab, Hong Kong, develop…

Elaine Ng Yan Ling’s textile consultancy, The Fabrick Lab, Hong Kong, develop…

Elaine Ng Yan Ling’s textile consultancy, The Fabrick Lab, Hong Kong, develop…

This week: A new dyed-marble table by Silo Studio, a new paper flower project by Confettisystem, a new glass daybed by Dessuant Bone, and more.

This week: A new dyed-marble table by Silo Studio, a new paper flower project by Confettisystem, a new glass daybed by Dessuant Bone, and more.

Mountains of Korea on Behance

Mountains of Korea on Behance

'After Haeckel' by fiber artist Rachel Max. via Basketry Plus I love the drawings of Ernst Haeckel and they lend themselves to fibre art beautifully

'After Haeckel' by fiber artist Rachel Max. via Basketry Plus I love the drawings of Ernst Haeckel and they lend themselves to fibre art beautifully

DIY idea :: Beautiful Centerpiece idea - Paper flowers with LED lamp inside @Danielle Lampert Lampert Lampert Lampert Lampert St.Clair Daily update on my website: ediy3.com

Paper Flower Centerpieces – Sing for Hope Benefit Gala 2012

DIY idea :: Beautiful Centerpiece idea - Paper flowers with LED lamp inside @Danielle Lampert Lampert Lampert Lampert Lampert St.Clair Daily update on my website: ediy3.com

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has bent bamboo into walkways and seating at this year's Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has bent bamboo into walkways and seating at this year's Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.

A Monumental Sculpture of Colorful Twine Netting Suspended Above Boston | Colossal

A Monumental Sculpture of Colorful Twine Netting Suspended Above Boston | Colossal

rather than a static display or one with a limited range of animations, the NOMA 'earth tubes' were designed to evolve, and are capable of translating community-made content into dynamic light compositions.

rather than a static display or one with a limited range of animations, the NOMA 'earth tubes' were designed to evolve, and are capable of translating community-made content into dynamic light compositions.