whimsical

screen time by Unknown

We appreciate the usefulness of a well-designed screen that is both aesthetically pleasing and a powerful workhorse. Need to divide a space without constructing permanent walls? Either a freestanding or ceiling hung partition could be the answer. Maybe you want to obscure an unsightly view of the neighbor’s garage. A screen that lets light filter through while obscuring the view could enhance your living space. How about providing some privacy with acoustic benefits in an open office layout? Yes, there are partitions for that too. We even found a screen with built-in storage. Enjoy perusing some of our favorite screen time options.

Facet by 3form

BuzziZone by BuzziSpace

Nomad System by Mio

Nebula by Tacchini

FeltWall by B&B Italia

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!

Pull Some Strings by Unknown







This week we're loving this installation by Atelier YokYok at St. Stephen's Cathedral in Cahors, southwest France. Called Les Voûtes Filantes, or The Shooting Vaults, this stunning installation was created by stretching blue string between different thin metal arch frames typical of Gothic architecture to echo the style of the cathedral. The strings merge into the shapes of the arches, creating beautiful tunnels that are a whimsical play on light and space. Read more about the project here!

Architecture for Dogs by Unknown


Many people might wonder about the secret behind our award winning designs  and while we can't give away all the tricks of the trade, it might have to do with the fact our office is very dog friendly! Rex, Lucca, Pete, Bruin, and Zephyr have become the unofficial mascots of Atelier Drome so we couldn't have been more excited to discover this ingenious project by Kenya Hara. Designed specifically with the needs of dogs in mind, this project allows anyone to print out blueprints and build the structures themselves. We love how this project combines such fun and whimsical ideas with practical and accessible execution! See more of the designs here.