Frank Lloyd Wright Legos and Lego-Style FridgeBy John Kirchner
Today’s link-love post is a bit Lego-centric, but we’re not losing our clear focus on inspiring you to make your home the best it can be.
Frank Lloyd Wright Lego sets
As part of Lego’s Architecture line of special products, the brickmakers have released two sets that enable budding architects and engineers to build little replicas of two great Wright projects: the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. Let your inner Frank shine!
Stackable Lego fridges
Speaking of Legos, it seems as though the popular building sets inspired these refridgerators designed by Stefan Buchberger, a student at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Well, either Legos or Tetris. As Inhabitat writes, “Colorful and customizable in many configurations, each fridge brick is much smaller than a traditional fridge meaning that it takes less energy to cool and less cold air escapes each time you open the door.”
7 Things You Do On Vacation That You Could Do At Home
Whether you’re interested in saving money, time or sanity, these ideas might help you enjoy being home just enough to not feel bad about skipping a summer vacation. After all, if you’re happy at home, what would you need to get away from?
House in Saijo by Suppose Design Office
This is one heck of an interesting approach at designing for a bright, open space that keeps privacy in mind. At first, it seems kind of dark and depressing, but it’s not. At first, it looks like it’s buried underground, but it’s not. At first, it looks funky and unique, and it is.
Photo courtesy of dezeen.com