Architecture: Lego House

If my nephews had their way, they’d live in this Lego House. But they’d probably want it to be all blue or green or red. And have life-size Lego Ninjago out front, too.

I, of course, prefer the Lego House as it is in white. Isn’t it amazing?

Lego House, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, via Minimalissimo

Design: Richard Meier’s Luxembourg House

Richard Meier‘s Luxembourg house is whiter than white. I love the brightness that is throughout the space as well as the super high ceilings.


Luxembourg-House-Richard-Meier_5-400x299via Minimalissimo

While I do really like this home, I don’t think I could actually live in a space that’s so open. How about you?


The Friday Five: Garbage Bins

Although the name may vary – wastepaper basket, garbage can, trash bin – the function of this object remains the same. There are plenty of affordable (and not-so-affordable) options out there for your home office, kitchen, bathroom and craft room. Here’s a little peak into the world of garbage bins.

Bin Bin Rubbish bin, AUD$79.95, Kikki-K

by Shigeichiro Takeuchi, via Minimalissimo

FINISS Wastepaper basket, $1.99, IKEA

Vipp Bin, $249-$320, Moma

A4 A5 Garbage Bin, TAF

Photos courtesy of IKEA, Kikki-K, Minimalissimo, Moma, TAF