Modular Architecture: Lukas Lang

Lukas Lang Architecture Technology is based on a modular component system, which allows the customer to plan and modify buildings of different shapes and sizes. The pre-fabricated wood components and other elements fit together in different configurations to construct everything from housing complexes to simple water gazebos. Lukas Lang Architecture Technology

Intriguing Designs: Get Sticks by Extremis

Recently featured on MoCo Loco, “Get Sticks” are space dividers for indoor or outdoors. Designed by Hsu-Li Teo and Stefan Kaiser, the dividers come in separate modules that you arrange as you wish. The base is available in wood or recycled rubber with cork. The sticks are 6 feet (180 cm) high and are made […]

Eco Decking Tiles That Snap Together

These decking tiles snap together without the need for screws, nails or glue, to create a deck or walkway. The tiles are made with Bolivian Ipe wood, which is suited to outdoors use, naturally resisting mold and decay. The Ipe wood is harvested according to strict environmental standards, according the manufacturer, Eco Wood International. They […]

Bent Ply Chairs

Even retail stores sometimes offer efficient bent plywood furniture, like Hold Everything which sells this “Bent Ply” chair. You may need to go to their site and zoom in to get a good look at the wood grain. Available in four different stains for $88 (including shipping) from Hold Everything. This attractive “Kinetic Santa Catarina” […]