photos by Koichi Torimura | click to enlarge
to maximize the ultra-tiny 355 sq ft (10 tsubo) plot of land. The shop is located in a quiet neighborhood of Toshima, Tokyo where the owner’s collection of Scandinavian antiques and household items, goes on sale on Saturdays and Sundays.
The entrance to FIKA, which means “coffee break” in Swedish, is prominently displayed on the corner, while a private entrance is located around back.
The owner’s collection is comprised of objects they have collected over the years, each with its own history and story. The process of customers coming in to shop, the owner says, is something akin to “meeting” an object, rather than “buying.”
isn’t it adorable and make-able ? We should all have this swimwear :)
If I have a Sustainable Modern HouseBoat like this , I can live on it.
Christmas is 2 days away is there still time we can takes those PVC pipes and turn them into this wreath full of circles? It can house your ornaments and keepsakes in all season :)
Idea shared from – Home Depot
For those with no floor space for an enormous tree or just don’t want to deal with the hassle, this is a perfect Christmas tree for you :)
key hanger from Felix Grauer. Using some basic LEGO bricks you might have leftover from childhood,ou could make your very own key hanger.
Brilliant idea by architects OH.NO.SUMO
Unable to find a suitable template for a party costume, what about document my own.
it’s got the added bonus of letting you play with puzzle tiles while on the job.
Puzzle Calendar (not affiliated with LEGO).
BUY from ThinkGeek