Really dig this architectural paper model set by Terada Design.
Create your own little paper wonderland with these perfectly cut paper pieces. There are people large and small, dogs, cats, birds, flowers, chairs, sofas, tables, lamps, bikes, grass and more! Made completely with paper (of course!), you simply pop out the pieces and fold them into place. 1/100 is an architectural model set that represents the home and family life. This is the design of Naoki Terada from Terada Design in Japan. Scale is 1-100. Sheet size measures 104mm x 148mm. Here for the first time in Australia!
Currently available at Upon a Fold for a reduced price. (via sub-studio)
These beautiful pillows by design firm Atelier Punkt in Montréal are constructed from felt and translucent tarp and then stuffed with shredded yellow paper. Each pillow is meant to represent a standard American paper size: letter, legal, and tabloid. If all goes as planned the pillows will soon be available from the Rita Boutique. (via dude craft)
A selection of killer interiors from a post over at Arrow & Arrow, a blog for the extremely awesome Spartan shop out of Austin which I intend on covering in a post soon. On a related note Paul over at Dude Craft posted my dream office last week.
One of a kind hand-welded metal and glass terrariums for succulents available via Assembly. (via svpply)
A couple days ago I linked to this Time is Money clock over at Atypyk. Today I noticed they have a bunch of new stuff in stock and after clicking through it I had a huge smile on my face. The upside down flaming car candle alone is a must-have for the general population of Earth I think (their description, not mine: Have fun! Set cars on fire (french tradition). Made in France.)
Embrace your faults with the San Andres coffee table designed by Ricardo Garza Marcos. (via quips)
Intriguing work from Barcelona-based designer Marc Graells. (via mocoloco).