This week's MoCo picks.
+ Alejandro Morales' Casa en La cordillera de Los Andes @ Archinect.
+ PingMag's BarberOsgerby designers interview/profile. Q. Why always chairs? A. "Because it is the most difficult and most expressive piece of design you can make.".
+ The Two Dozens Exhibition @ designboom. "The show features a clock from plastic bags, a pen from water bottles, a calendar from a ruler, a purse from a bra, a lamp from a funnel, a shaking salt shaker, a clock from a number plate and more".
+ RIKO's solid wood eco-prefab system @ TreeHugger. "The walls are panellized and shipped complete with windows and doors. Three full houses were shipped in five trucks and assembled in central London in five days.".
+ Home Depot's Code Orange products designed by the Arnell Group. Via Everything And Nothing. "Home Depot says it hopes the fire extinguisher's design will induce homeowners to keep the product in an accessible place, so it will be useful in an emergency, unlike those extinguishers hidden in the closet.".
+ Kikkerland plexi LED clock @ Collectiv in Highlands.