These are a few of our favourite things...
Shot of interior by design photographer James Merrell.
Ikebana window display arrangement with ducting, Matsumoto, Japan, March 2008.
Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien for Italian label Moroso: My Beautiful Backside and Princess. From www.style-files.com
Fur throw by Ulrika Liljedahl.
Johannes Norlander house in Sweden.
"Mollusk" pattern by Thomas Campbell.
Interior by Lisa Giles.
Cabbage Chair by Nendo, made from pleated fabric discarded by manufacturers.
Decor with pillows and black accents, Met Home 2006.
Karsamaki Church, Oulu Province, Finland.
Sewer tube motel, "dasparkhotel", by Gunda Wiesner and Andreas Strauss.
La Gallina Loca, or crazy hen of the underworld, Prehistoric section, Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City
Bjork in mixted textiles off the album Volta.
Japanese room divider curtain, placed outdoors to screen deck.
Don Cherry, CBC hockey commentator, in sartorial geometry.
Roman & Williams, designers, living room with vintage animal hide
Fur throw and modular 70s furniture in New York Brownstone, from the classic design book "Inside Today's Home"
"Dazzle painting" on French cruiser Gloire, during WWI. Dazzle painting, invented by British artist and naval officer Normal Wilkinson, was an effective form of camouflage at sea. It mimicked the art of the day, cubism in this case.
1970s Big Sur sunken living room based on circles.
Surrealist artist Meret Oppenheim's famous fur teacup and spoon, "Object in fur" 1936.
Pillow conversation pit, Amsterdam, using pillows as sandbags or a dyke.