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This Underwater Disco Light is sure to liven up that boring old bathtub experience. With just a petite floating light gizmo, bathers are able to turn their bathtub into a light show with multi-colored light sequences. The bottom and the sides are instantly transformed into a rainbow of light. Add some bubbles and music, dim the lights and you have a complete sensory experience without even leaving your house or installing major components into your bathroom.
Each year an estimated 100,000 people directly benefit from the time and expertise that Architecture for Humanity provides for community groups, aid organizations, housing developers, government agencies, corporate divisions, and foundations in dire need.Just their advocacy, training and outreach programs alone effect 60,000 people a year. This nonprofit design services firm was founded in 1999 and strives to build a sustainable future with the help of their network of 50,000 professionals.
In a wardrobe deemed fit for royalty, this impressive design stimulates feelings of nature and the days of the past. Made from 616 handcrafted individual metal painted enamel fig leaves, this is said to be one of the largest wardrobe projects of its kind. The fig-leaf covered doors open up to reveal a single bare tree like bronze arch.
The Eindhoven Design Academy graduate Tord Boontje is responsible for the intricate details and colorful spectacle that the Come Rain Come Shine pendant light provides for all of it viewers. Sure to be an item that would not go unnoticed when in a room, this handcrafted genius-like blend of silk, organza, crocheted cotton and fabric flowers casts a mystical glow throughout the entire space wherever it resides.
This fun and colorful lamp collection was designed for the Los Angeles based design studio ARTECNICA by the designer Hlynur Atlason. This versatile light plays with form and color while exploring the design relationship between dimension and familiar objects. The sculptural and whimsical style of this table lamp evokes visions of childhood animal-like creatures.