Makoto Azuma turns Ape scooter into pop-up flower shop for Fendi

Makoto Azuma Fendi Flower Shop

Floral artist Makoto Azuma has converted three-wheeled Piaggio Ape scooter into a beautiful pop-up flower shop for Italian luxury house Fendi. Originally designed by the inventor of Vespa, Ape scooter was created especially for the struggling class of post-war Italy. However, now this vintage-styled vehicle is refurbished into a floral shop that’s temporarily installed in Ginza flagship store.

Studio 106’s mobile caravan office takes work outdoors

Studio 106’s mobile caravan office

Taking work out of office into open landscape, New Zealand-based architecture and design firm Studio 106 has turned a retro mobile caravan into a portable office unit. #GoneMobile caravan is a vehicle with interior designed as a typical office workspace. The office space fits inside the caravan’s open concept layout, allowing the users to set up their personal office anywhere they desire.

Crazy Plate Lady uses dinnerware as canvas for whimsical artwork


Toronto-based artist Jacqueline Poirier is popularly known as ‘The Crazy Plate Lady’ on internet. This is because she usually uses dinner plates as a canvas for blurring the lines between dream and reality. Hence, she aptly calls her artwork as ‘Plart.’ Taking dinnerware to whole new level, this time Poirier has created another set of whimsical paintings on ceramic and porcelain plates, which seem to blend effortlessly into their surrounding landscapes.

Terrifying glass Skyslide hovers 1000-feet above downtown LA


If you’ve a fear of heights, then this post is not for you. But thrill-seekers will be glad to hear that West Coast’s tallest building- Los Angeles’ US Bank Tower is going to boast a terrifying glass slide, dubbed Skyslide. Designed by engineering firm M.Ludvik & Co., the crystal clear glass slide is all set to hover 1000-feet above the street, from the building’s 70th floor to its 69th floor observation deck.

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