Architectural Humor

sofa to sitcom by Unknown






When we're not busy designing living rooms we're busy watching them on our favorite sitcoms. It's fun to test if we're absorbing any of the interior decor while laughing along with some of our favorite characters. How many of these do you recognize? We got a 93%, think you can beat our score? Try the quiz here!

let it snow! by Unknown

Donuts!


Our logo

Bramling Cross Hop

The DeLorean


The Eiffel Tower


Man Bun

Pharrell and Missy Elliot

Mollusk Otter

Pizza Wheel

Rainbow Flag for marriage equality

Tina Belcher from Bob's Burgers

Donald Trump... we couldn't resist

Hotline Bling

For the past few years, our office has been designing fun snowflake templates for the 12 days of Christmas. We try to capture iconic and sometimes infamous moments of the year in snowflake form. This is what we've come up with this year! If you want to cut out your own snowflakes, grab an X-acto knife and head over to our website where you can find all the patterns! Happy Holidays everyone!

Floor Plans from Popular Television Shows by Unknown

Here at atelier drome, we're huge fans of everything from House of Cards to The League. When we're not geeking out over deep, exaggerated eaves or hand-crafting light fixtures, you can find us laughing to the point of tears from The Mindy Project. So we couldn't have been more delighted to see these awesome floor plans hand drawn by interior designer Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde. The architectural designs and interior decor revealed in Lizarralde's floor plans are a fun look into the lives of our favorite characters (as if we didn't already feel like Chandler and Joey were our best friends). Check out the rest here!













'architectural anthropomorphism' by Michelle Linden












This installation at the Palais de Tokyo by Henrique Oliveira is quite spectacular. As she describes it, the expression of the twisting organic trees breaking free of the existing columnar structure are a form of architectural anthropomorphism. No matter what you call it, I think the result is pretty amazing. I'd love to take a walk through this space.

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