Saw this…
thought of you

Saw this…

thought of you

Rear Window

Rear Window

My Favourite

My Favourite

Almost crunchy

Almost crunchy


Just Watch…!

(Source: creativeapplications.net, via prostheticknowledge)

East side lookout

East side lookout

Le dernier jour de l’étéThe last day of summer

Le dernier jour de l’été

The last day of summer

Iso…
Iso

Iso…

Iso

More from Droop St…
So this started as a plan for a new bench. Basic principle was that we’d cast the top out of concrete, and then before it dried, stick a whole bunch of 12mm pieces dowel into it, wait for it to set, flip it over and call it a day. Which, as always, turned out to be easier said than done.
My favorite project from these guys yet!..

More from Droop St…

So this started as a plan for a new bench. Basic principle was that we’d cast the top out of concrete, and then before it dried, stick a whole bunch of 12mm pieces dowel into it, wait for it to set, flip it over and call it a day. Which, as always, turned out to be easier said than done.

My favorite project from these guys yet!..

(Source: scswood)

Dichro

Dichro

Big things…
Happening over at Smoking Cinnamon Sticks HQ
Follow my new blog; SCS Wood + I’ll be sharing some news soon…
scs

Big things…

Happening over at Smoking Cinnamon Sticks HQ

Follow my new blog; SCS Wood + I’ll be sharing some news soon…

scs

Don’t ask…
Don’t tell

Don’t ask…

Don’t tell

ryanpanos:

Plywood Dome v.2 via Kristoffer Tejlgaard

A geodesic dome, like the one put up by Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen at the Danish music festival, Roskilde Festival in 2012, is a construction that optimises the use of resources to a high degree, by imitating natures own methods.
 
The molecular structure found in one given family of carbon molecules, is copied when constructing geodesic domes. This structure allows for great strength and stability, construction of large-sized spaces using a minimum of building materials as well as reduced energy consumption used for heating because of the minimal surface and aerodynamic form of the dome.