Situated in Sydney, Australia along the picturesque Parramatta River and adjoining the heritage precinct of Newington Armory, Blaxland Riverside Park by JMD Design is a 20 hectare Park that offers a scenic location for a diverse range of leisure activities.
Amazing collection of fire features by Brooklyn / Greenport based sculptor and architectural designer Elena Colombo who owns and operates Colombo Construction Corp., specializing in custom, site specific work: fire, water and wind features, memorials, markers and environmental sculptures. Enjoy!
The garden design above has been designed by Asensio Mah in collaboration with students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. It was presented on the 2012 Canada Blooms garden show in Toronto. Enjoy the gallery.
Rainer Mutsch from Austria designed a beautiful set of planters inspired by the growth-form of palm tree stems. Each PALMA is manufactured at a production facility in Switzerland. The material used is called Eternit, and it’s a durable and sustainable material based on 100% natural components. The core components, cellulose fiber and cement, are environmentally friendly and recyclable. PALMA is available in various colours and in two heights: 78cm and 106cm.
Interesting mailbox design by Brussels-based designer Marcial Ahsayane. Marcial is calling this mailbox green as it features a shelf for holding a plant. That’s not all though. Roof of the mailbox is used to irrigate the plant. Could imagine having one of these :). Very cool. Enjoy the gallery!
Donatas Žukauskas from Lithuania is an interior designer first of all, but that’s not what we gonna speak about today. In addition, this talented artist does really interesting decorative interior sculptures called pop plastic. This sculptures are done from paper mass, and they are amazing. If you guys are looking for some nice interior decorations, take a look at his collection below.
While browsing the net today, looking for some cool art … I discovered Matthew Cambers from the UK. Matthew specializes in various contemporary ceramic sculptures … and as you can see above, these are quite interesting. Many of us could imagine having a piece or two as a decoration at home.