(via) Metaphys, a design firm in Japan, gives us Ienami (“row of houses”), tiny home-shaped planters for mosses and succulents. They come in four types – Alley, Plaza, Tunnel, Zig Zag – and each one is roughly the size of a toaster.
Do you know where they sell the “lenami” Planters??
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Dozens of images from the first night of a long-time restaurant industry favourite (mmm, those pork croquettes!)
The new scoop shop at 127 West 1st Street is expected to open this Friday afternoon. Take a look inside!
Our agenda of cool things we are doing, wishing we could do, or conspiring to do in Vancouver from August 16 to August 22, 2017
Syme and partner Dustin Dockendorf aim to have the 30 seater open at some point this Fall/Winter
With its stadium seating, fishbowl frontage and copper accents, this is an aesthetic rethink of the whisky bar we could use.
This beauty is super striking in its brightly coloured relief, and so what if it's all in German?
The "illustrator + garment maker, dog petter and general weirdo" will be selling them at Eastside Flea this weekend.
If anyone knows if this is being done in Vancouver, please speak up so I don't have to make this at home!
We dig the simple, retro aesthetic and how the circular shape can act as a mood-inducing diffuser