• Friday Links

    Über minimal house in Portugal by Manuel Aires Mateus (via [BB-Blog])   Also seen on [BB-Blog]: neat upcycled chandelier, unfortunately no longer available on Etsy.   Cute. Playing with an Otter (via neatorama)   The Makers: a photo project by Jennifer Causey   Before I die, I want to...: a project by Candy Chang   Shawn Smith's sculptures via jocundist   TBD free newsletter   TED: Paul Nicklen: Tales of ice-bound wonderlands   Encyclopedia of Gratitude   Duckface!   Have a gggreat weekend!

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    Friday links, as usual: If your house was burning, what would you take with you? The Burning House For sale (swoon):

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    New site redesign for Brain Pickings (so much good stuff) Words of the World via Brain Pickings, of course Ten Eyck Landscape Architects via Plastolux Infographic: Just How Dangerous Is Sitting All Day? Does this idea have wheels or what? (ha) A Table Uses Your Bike As a Chair Apple Core Cable Tamers over at swissmiss Tomorrow, for those lucky few of you near Granada Hills: Tour of six Eichler homes 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 14, 2011. Enjoy the weekend, and thank your lucky stars you don't have a head cold.

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    The 99 Percent: Why Creative People Need to Be Eccentric Helveticards via Svpply Stuff you can clean with shampoo (other than your hair) via Lifehacker an afternoon with...: a project about people and their spaces Love, love, love: The Wary Meyers Shop Shopping for Toys With David Weeks Now, you go and have a lovely weekend.

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  • Lego-Style Tiny Apartment

    This apartment in Barcelona by Barbara Appolloni is crazy small; it's impressive, of course, and well thought out, but I'm telling you, it's tiiiiny. Video below. Via materialicious. See more at HomeDSGN or at Barbara Appolloni.

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    In a nod to today's festivities: Royal Sick Bag by graphic artist Lydia Leith The Wong Show at SFMOMA Interesting recycled furniture used as planters featured over at Dezeen Crappy Taxidermy via Readymade Paxton Gate looks to have a nice selection of odd things... plants, natural science stuff, strange jewelry, etc. I really like the Oil Can Pendant Lamps. Have a nice weekend.

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    Awesome Mac OSx tips for pro users. F-ing Finally. How secure are your passwords? (via SwissMiss)

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    This week I've been obsessing over data and ways to communicate it. For inspiration there's FlowingData and also Feltron and his blog. For those of you who like to get your hands dirty there's: Processing.org and Processingjs: a fun, javascripty and open source programming language for data visualization. There's also D3 and another one called Protovis. The 10 Best Foods for Your Looks Living in 90 square feet in Manhattan! How would you organize the space? I think I'd build the floors up and do hidden storage in compartments below the floor. All that stuff above me would give me a ...

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    Here are the links we liked this week: If you're curious as to how much sun London got last year: London: The Year From Space Interesting rustic lamps made from disgarded Christmas trees: Flume Lamps via core77 Embroidered book covers by Jillian Tamaki: Penguin Threads Deluxe Classics via The Fox Is Black World's Largest Indoor Photo A rather impressive upcycling of old cabinets: the ecospot Awesome Ikea hack DIY via DoorSixteen Have you ever wondered? Have a nice weekend.

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    And here are this week's links: Shirotokuro (Shortened form of ‘Shiroi to kuroi’-- Japanese for ‘black and white’.) Gmail organization! Awesome. We love Jenny's selections over at Aubrey Road. Closet visits! Currently, I think my life would improve by 15% if I had this soap. Reborn. Bring your broken stuff to repair at the Fixers' Collective in Brooklyn (via boingboing) History of the world in 100 seconds, according to Wikipedia. If you have the original iPad, take a look at this: Smart Cover For Original IPad Predictive Smiles (via Tish's Place) Cool diagram of a nuclear reactor cooling system Unplggd: 5 Simple ...

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    Links that caught our eyes this week: Daytum- They recently came out with an iPhone App and it makes making fun graphs easy. Whoa. This post is from late 2009, but still: the future is crazy. GOOD: The Lazy Person's Guide to Exercise: Seven Ways To Get Moving Awesome desk-bed-loft for kids by MihaDesign (via swissmiss) MNMLIST What would it look like to approach Saturn in a spaceship? Cassini Approaches Saturn Recycled Teddy Bear Rugs by Agustina Woodgate (via unconsumption) Nike Speakers: Challenging Throwaway Culture Through Repurposing (via unconsumption) National Geographic's The Face of 7 Billion (via design taxi) and, last, but ...

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    A few links that we liked this week: "the person you love is 72.8% water"- experimental typography from teaganwhite, via Behance Network a comparision of wabi-sabi to modernism -Lindsey Adelman google street view sights (to pass the time) Amusing: Damn You Auto Correct! Wind Knitting Factory by Merel Karhof via designboom and finally, Smile Like It's Friday by Josh Owen, $16.00-$25.00 depending on size Have a nice weekend!

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    Random links for you on this Freitag: NPR: Everything You Own In A Photo: A Look At Our Worldly Possessions Minimalissimo, a blog that celebrates minimalism. the human calendar via Digital Crushes iPad 2 "Thinner. Lighter. Faster." British place-names misspelled on American signposts: Oli Kellett, via It's Nice That mo+mo living AMAZING Cardboard Columns With 16 Million Facets: Michael Hansmeyer via Co. Design Have a nice weekend!

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    Here are a few links for your Friday eyes. Moa Karlberg's series "Watching You Watching Me" via Co.Design Cute Return Address labels. BBC: Audio slideshow: Beautiful science Jamie Isenstein's Arm Chair, via all the mountains... Lifehacker: How to Complain to Get What You Want (Without Being a Huge Asshole) StreetMuseum iPhone app via REIGEN A Collection a Day Have a great weekend!

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    Here are a few links for your Friday eyes. Irina Werning's Back To The Future. Clement Valla: A Sequence of Lines Consecutively Traced by Five Hundred Individuals NYTimes: Margaret Russell Unveils the New Architectural Digest "It had been turning into a really nasty magazine in the last 10 to 15 years..." -Robert Couturier Also, Dwell on shaky ground? Mr. Hanrahan described Dwell as "even more troubled." "Well, I wouldn’t mind getting rid of you two…" Yikes. See the rest: New York Social Diary Interviews Vincent Wolf via Decorno Five copies of Hella Jongerius: Misfit to be won over at Dezeen, if ...

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