My Top5 This Week
by Sally / December 19, 2010


Since I'm into self-inflicted misery, I have a certain soft spot in my heart for this lamp.



A Sunday review by Sally.


1. Kandil Lamp by Lee Leong Chye

Since I'm into self-inflicted misery, I have a certain soft spot in my heart for this lamp. "The lamp is charged by pumping." I have to work for my light? Schwing!


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2. YETA Mimetic Eco-hut by Flavio Galvagni

I don't really know why (it's because I'm an only child), but I often talk to myself. Not just a quick word here and there, but full fledge conversations. When I was looking over this eco-hut I kept saying aloud, "I bet this place smells delicious." I know this is sort of a cop out, but I'm including this hut in my top five of the week because I bet it smells wonderful. I blame Christmas.


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3. Transformation À Charrat by Clavienrossier Architectes

It's hard to know whether the backsplash in this kitchen is a living wall or just grubby exposed brick. Either way, swoon! I'm especially loving the juxtaposition of materials. This is a real win.


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4. Starlight Lamp by Omri Barzeev

I know that this is pretty f**king rad because it's got a flexible polygonal LED-studded light source, but what's really giving me a girl boner is that red cord. Also, 126 LEDs? This lamp must be a million dollars!


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5. Animal Regulation No. 6 by Liu Di

I absolutely hate when this happens. Sometimes I walk out onto my patio (on the top floor of a tall building) and meet eyes with a giant koala. It's such a pain.


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