designed by bolle tham and martin videgård, the mirrorcube is a treehouse found in swedish lapland. measuring four metres cubed, it comes complete with a double bed, bathroom, lounge, and rooftop terrace. the mirrored walls are clad with infrared film invisible to humans but visible to birds.
In combination with the intimate size, it promotes the atmosphere of a Zen master’s tea house.
This house is a manifestation of the Swedish ritual of sauna and bathing. It is an annex to a large old farm in the countryside of southern Sweden, converted into a vacation house for a family from the nearby city of Mälmo. Apart from the sauna and attendant spaces for undressing, washing and relaxing, the Mill House is also a small dwelling. The traditional rite of sauna involves baking together and dashing out for an invigorating dip in a cold stream. The meagre creek on the property was insufficient for the purpose, however, so a small pool was built adjacent to the sauna. The exposed construction demanded carpentry of unusual excellence.
Material: Beech wood Dimensions: W 200 x H 45 x D 84 mm
The sound of nature, materialized. Inspired by the greatest architect of all time; nature, “Thumm" recreate a moment of blissfully solitude when the sound of nature resonates in the cave and reintroduce such wonder to our modern lifestyle. Crafted from a solid block of beech wood, this sound amplifier dock for iPhone is unapologetically a true homage to Mother Nature and a perfect companion for your favorite tunes.