From an abandoned home turned into a work of art and a chair inspired by Kate Middleton to cleverly designed travel guides and a practical camper van, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.
1. Katharina Grosse’s Rockaway! House
“This abandoned New York beach home has been transformed into something surreal by German artist Katharina Grosse,” explains content producer Michaela Stehr. “I love art in unexpected spaces.”
Image credit: dezeen.com
2. New Herb Lester Travel Guides
“We’ve featured these clever travel guides by London studio Herb Lester before,” says online editor Lindi Brownell Meiring, “but these two are brand-new releases. I just love the simplicity of the design.”
Image credit: herblester.com
3. Kate Chair by Duquesa & Malvada
Editor-in-chief Sumien Brink loves the latest piece by Duquesa & Malvada, inspired by Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Image credit: duquesaemalvada.com
4. Tiny Camper
“I would love to have one of these practical, light-weight caravans for my next road trip,” exclaims editor-at-large Malibongwe Tyilo. “And they are really pretty too.”
Image credit: tinycamper.eu
5. Janne Kyttanen at Miami Basel
“I can’t get enough of the new work released by Janne Kyttanen at Design Miami/Basel last month,” says features editor Tracy Greenwood. “A perfect example of form following function.”
Image credit: design-milk.com