Mrs + Mr Duo-RAW

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Ultra sickening club fashion by Swedish drag performers Duo-RAW

HB6B -one home / Karin Matz

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The inexpensive refurbisment of a 36.0 sqm abandoned apartment in Stockholm, by Swedish architect Karin Matz.

The bathroom and the right part of the house, where all the functions are squeezed in on top of, in-between, under and inside each other (bedroom, kitchen, wardrobe and storage) are completely redone, while the rest of the free standing space is left with all walls repaired, but more or less as they have been for the last 20 years.

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vintage pot tractor

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The 50’s pot-shaped tractors of Gevalia‘s (coffee and tea brand) mobile cafe in Gävle, Sweden.

Image source from Gävleborg County Museum, via retronaut

Barrel shack

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Coopered shack in Sweden made from an old barrel, once used to carry wine on ships, photographed by Kim Walker.
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animals

music by Swedish Progressive House/Techno group Minilogue. Click here to view Minilogue’s press pictures where they pose together with a bunch of little creatures.

Figure out

Masquerade, hide and seek, ritual , liturgy, poetry by Swedish  photographer Denise Grunstain, exhibited in Galleri Charlottte Lund in 2009 and Kristinehams Konstmuseum in 2010

treehotel

In Sweden’s dense boreal forest seven beautifully structures constitute Treehotel, an innovative project conceived by husband and wife team Britta Jonsson-Lindvall and Kent Lindvall. (check also previous post)

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The ‘treehotel’ is set to open this weekend. Located in Harads, Sweden about 60 km south of the arctic circle – currently consisting of four rooms: the cabin, the blue cone, the nest and the mirrorcube. Two additional structures are scheduled to open in october: the UFO and a room with a view.

‘mirrorcube’ by Tham & Videgard  Architects


the bird’s nest by Inredningsgruppen

The first six structures were designed by five different architects; Sandell & Sandberg, Interior Group Ab, Marten Cyrene, Inredningsgruppen and Tham & Videgard Architects. In five years time, the hope is that the treehotel will have 24 rooms each designed by 24 different architects. Article and pics from designboom.com