• Nest House
  • Posted 22 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 5524 Views
  • Designed by Japanese practice UID in 2010, Nest is a small house located at the foot of a mountain near Onomichi City. Much like a nest you would find in nature, UID designed the residence to have very few space dividers, instead leaving the whole space open to allow the family who inhabit it to spend as much time as possible together.

    Re-thinking traditional architectural elements like floors and walls, the architects included unique structures such as a floating wooden nest box made from things like branches and fallen leaves. Speaking about the project, UID said "Although non-sequence composition of the floors and the walls make the architectural elements look separated, they will become essentials that link architecture and the surrounding in succession, when viewing the environment on the whole."

    www.maeda-inc.jp

    • looks amazing... And cold in winter.
    • michael Posted 22 months ago · -1 Reply
  • Trailer: The Canyons feat. Lindsay Lohan
  • 22 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 3015 Views
  • Following from the first retro-style trailer released one month ago, "never nominated" director Paul Schrader has released a new 1950s style teaser for his upcoming film The Canyons. Funded through Kickstarter, the film was written by "Twitter-obsessed author" Bret Easton Ellis and...
  • Trailer Tuesday
  • 22 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 4411 Views
  • This week we've a documentary called INOCENTE about a young homeless artist, a film exploring Mormon single life called Duck Beach, Brad Pitt saving the world from a deadly Zombie pandemic in World War Z, and Adrian Brody experiencing the worst famine China has ever experienced in...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 22 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 4975 Views
  • BenZel & Jessie Ware, Angel Haze, Daphni, TOPS, and Loved Ones all bring in the new week with some fresh visuals. Directed by Kate Moross, Arnaud Muller, Jane Eastlight, Fantavious Fritz, and Ian Gamester, respectively. Enjoy!