Treehouses: For your kids or the kid in you!



Wow! Check out these cool tree houses! Daniels Woodland sells amazing, custom-built tree houses that resemble toontown dwellings, with curved and sagging rooflines and crazy, angular windows. The houses stand 14′ high and are perched atop a giant, chainsaw-hollowed log. The overall effect is something like toontown in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”

Each tree house is built in two main pieces: the playhouse and the log. The playhouse is made from cedar or ship lapped pine siding. The log is a real, old fallen tree that is hollowed out using a chainsaw. To get into the playhouse, simply enter the door in the hollow log, climb up the ladder in the center of the log and pull yourself through the trap door in the floor of the playhouse.

There is a lot more information on Daniels Woodland tree house pages, including many more pictures!

(Via Boing Boing)

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Table Jumble


Amsterdam design firm Tjep created this collided jumble of tables and the primary conference table for an advertising agency. Other views of the table can be found here.

This project is best described by Tjep:

A controlled collision of 7 tables in the conference room of advertisement
agency StrawberryFrog
in Amsterdam. This table will be at the center of different view points,
cultures and motivations colliding with each other to form something new and
powerful, this idea is symbolized in the colors and design of the table.

(Via BoingBoing)

Treehouses: For your kids or the kid in you!



Wow! Check out these cool tree houses! Daniels Woodland sells amazing, custom-built tree houses that resemble toontown dwellings, with curved and sagging rooflines and crazy, angular windows. The houses stand 14′ high and are perched atop a giant, chainsaw-hollowed log. The overall effect is something like toontown in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”

Each tree house is built in two main pieces: the playhouse and the log. The playhouse is made from cedar or ship lapped pine siding. The log is a real, old fallen tree that is hollowed out using a chainsaw. To get into the playhouse, simply enter the door in the hollow log, climb up the ladder in the center of the log and pull yourself through the trap door in the floor of the playhouse.

There is a lot more information on Daniels Woodland tree house pages, including many more pictures!

(Via Boing Boing)

Table Jumble


Amsterdam design firm Tjep created this collided jumble of tables and the primary conference table for an advertising agency. Other views of the table can be found here.

This project is best described by Tjep:

A controlled collision of 7 tables in the conference room of advertisement
agency StrawberryFrog
in Amsterdam. This table will be at the center of different view points,
cultures and motivations colliding with each other to form something new and
powerful, this idea is symbolized in the colors and design of the table.

(Via BoingBoing)

Welcome to Fantazy Land



Theme parks are usually places of fun, laughter and excitement. However, when a theme park is left unattended and rundown, the laughter leaves it and is replaced with sadness and even an eerie sense of foreboding.

This abandoned Egyptian amusement park, Fantazy Land, showcases what neglect and abandonment can do to a place, once filled with the laughter and joy of children.

(Via Ueba.net)