Colorado is beer country. We’re spoiled here. But it’s not often that the design spoils us too. This work by Manual is fantastic. Collate has more great photos of the work and the Loveland Aleworks site has photography of their beautiful space.Visit the Link
What a dream gig. I’d love participate in a project like this someday. Too much fun. Aaron Melander did a heck of a job with it this year.
(via design work life)Visit the Link
I’m in love with this office in Timisoara, Romania. I’d love to find a building in downtown Boulder to do something similar with. They made great use of what could have been some very awkward spaces.
Visit the Link
Gorgeous use of space and natural light. When do I move in? I could live down under—or vacation—or, anything…
More pics on The Contemporist.Visit the Link
This bike shop in Barcelona is more of a gallery—or, maybe it’s the Apple Store of bike shops. It’s gorgeous as an interior space and gives the bikes, helmets, shoes, and clothes artwork-like prominence.
One of the things I love most about it are the wide, open floors. I don’t think I’ve ever walked into a bike shop who’s floor wasn’t filled with bikes. The pave stones at the entrance and in the sunken lounge are also a nice touch.
Be sure to click through to their gallery with a bunch of large, detailed photos.Visit the Link
I’m just going to put this right here.
(via Matt Gist)Visit the Link
Yes to this. Very much yes. I want it in my bedroom. Design and fabrication by Sipho Mabona. Photo by Christoffer Joergensen.Visit Original
The pictures above (and the full post) are of his own personal residence: a small studio in Londrina, Brazil.
I’m in love with it. Seriously, I could move in tomorrow, as-is. What a fantastic space. As with most modern spaces that I’m drawn to, I love the mixture of hard—like the concrete and exposed wiring—with the softer touches like the blond brick and wood ceilings.Visit the Link
“If good design is a balance of aesthetics and utility, the craft peaked in the years between 1945–1970,” claims The Mid-Century Modernist.Visit the Link
I don’t like cold weather, but this beautiful modern, minimalist home by Widjedal Racki Bergerhoff Architects could get me to move to Sweden. I love the ‘U’ shape that makes the whole home feel like it opens into the outdoors.Visit the Link