Picks of the Week

From florists and a runway-inspired bird feeder to a tiny Japanese home, the VISI team has rounded up a great selection of favourites this week.

1. Kobe’s Tiny House

“I want to live here!” says Online Editor Lindi Brownell Meiring. “Designed by Japanese studio FujiwaraMuro Architects, this narrow little house measures less than three metres wide. Equipped with a bathroom, kitchen, dining area, sunken living room, two bedrooms and a small balcony, what more could you need?”

Image credit: Toshiyuki Yano via dezeen.com

2. Swallows & Damsons

“Swallows & Damsons is a phenomenal group of florists whose work has an effortlessly classic style,” says Content Producer Mary Garner. “The use of colour and types of flowers is strategic and purposeful, while remaining naturally carefree. I use their work as inspiration for my own table settings for lunch and dinner parties.”

Image credit: swallowsanddamsons.com

3. Keith Larsen’s Faces in Places

“The pareidolia phenomenon (seeing faces/patterns where they seemingly don’t exist) is a thrilling way of viewing everyday objects,” says Features Writer Amelia Brown. “It turns the mundane into the fascinating. I just love the characters that artist Keith Larsen creates.”

Image credit: mymodernmet.com

4. Louis Vuitton Luggage Stickers

“These Louis Vuitton stickers add a touch of youthful energy to this renowned brand,” says Assistant Editor Tracy Greenwood. “The summer 2017 collection will prove to be an exciting season for all LV lovers.”

Image credit: louisvuitton.com

5. ODDO Architects’ Catwalk Birdfeeder

“Birds are adorable and tiny ones are a real treat to observe,” says Managing Editor Samantha Charles. “It’s hard to imagine what could be cuter than a runway-inspired birdfeeder, so you can watch them strut their stuff.”

Image credit: Daniel Lívečka via designboom.com