Crafted by designer Sergey Zhiboedov from North Carolina-based studio Winged Lion, below exquisite rings and necklaces feature sterling silver hexagonal patterns that are filled with natural citrine, a glassy yellow quartz that mimics the appearance of honey. Why honey? Why Bee? When asked the idea behind the jewellery design, designers said “Bees are a cherished symbol of visual culture. Throughout the centuries, they’ve represented feelings of love, family, diligence, and community. Fascinated by the rich golden color of honey and the small hardworking insects, we decided to design those jewelries to capture their natural beauty.” Like those special sweet jewelries? You can get them from Winged Lion’s etsy shop.
By 2030, one-fifth of Singapore’s population is expected to be over 65 years old. While most nursing homes and retirement communities can feel sterile. Under this background, architecture firm SPARK unveiled Homefarm, a visionary design focusing on community and urban farming. The conceptual proposal combines urban retirement housing with vertical urban farming into a live-farm typology that’s beautiful, productive, and empowering for its residents.
Cats love empty cardboard boxes. Whenever there is a cardboard box around, they will go there for sleeping, playing and scratching. It sounds like cat owner just need to prepare a cardboard box instead buying those fancy gears for their beloved cat. But if there are any choices, owner just want to give something look nicer to their room and still get appreciation from their cat. Under that knowing, a team of Amsterdam-based creatives has come up with seven designs that mimic iconic structures found around the world, which includes the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, and The White House. They’re made from recycled cardboard and are double-layered for extra durability. The ‘landmark’ series is currently seeking funding on kickstarter, if you think your cats might love them, head over the page to show some support.