Commissioned for Hamburg furniture designer Jens Baumann
Photos by Anselm Gaupp
Floating books - this is the impression one gains from the shelf “b”. Whether art book or paperback - only the solid wooden frame seems to give the books hold. Without the books themselves revealing the secret, inset stainless steel angle keeps the design on the wall. Made from local oak and stainless steel in Hamburg.
Instant Table, by Why the fridayClever clamps at table top height rescue small living spaces.The Instant Table by Why The Friday specializes in square footage deficiencies. Freedom to choose the size of the top makes this guy suitable for any challenging floor plan.
Tear down is simple, easy to store when not in use. The cool blue hue compliments both modern and vintage decor. As such a versatile piece it can be used as a console table filled with picture frames or even a desk spread with a laptop, printer and books.
A stacking, modular shelf made from four pieces of precision milled Birch-ply. The shelves can be used as a single unit for magazines, books and files, or stacked in several configurations. The maximum spine length for stacking is 117mm.
102-Year-Old Abandoned Ship is a Floating Forest / Image by Andy Brill
The SS Ayrfield is one of many decommissioned ships in the Homebush Bay, just west of Sydney, but what separates it from the other stranded vessels is the incredible foliage that adorns the rusted hull. The beautiful spectacle, also referred to as The Floating Forest, adds a bit of life to the area, which happens to be a sort of ship graveyard.