The blog for EVRT Studio, run by designer Brian Everett: an industrial designer in St. Louis. Featuring Architecture, Product Design and many other inspirational ideas.

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Spindle Bracelet 3D Printed Prototypes →

Parachilna Aballs lighting collection by Jaime Hayon

Hayon is consistently a genius designer and his latest collection is nothing short of that as well.

(Source: hayonstudio.com)

Cross Stitch House by FMD Architects

A beautiful transformation of a house in Melbourne. 

(Source: ilikearchitecture.net)

Frame Furniture by Luis Pons Design Lab

Stunning furniture utilizing a simple idea but with great effect. 

(Source: lpdl.net)

Branch Light Prototype Progress →

La Concha House by MOOARC

I’m seeing more and more modern houses utilizing large stone: most of them occurring through remodeling an older building (as in this case a 15th century barn). The result is nothing short of perfection. 

(Source: contemporist.com)

Console table by Fedele Papagni
An amazing post-war table that is very relevant with the current nucleus trends we are seeing.

Console table by Fedele Papagni

An amazing post-war table that is very relevant with the current nucleus trends we are seeing.

Maria Chair by Raul Herrera Téllez

Inspired by the traditional Mexican dress this is a visually stunning chair. I’m a little thrown off by the similarities to a Papasan chair (college dorm day nightmares!) but that is hardly an issue and certainly wouldn’t keep me from drooling over this beauty.

(Source: contemporist.com)

Beauty Light (working title) by EVRT

Amongst the many things I am working on at once, trying to keep the design & creativity juices flowing outside of my day job, most of what I am developing is lighting. Which is something I have always dreamed of getting into. 

Here is a concept light which developed out of my love for photography and especially vintage photography equipment. Directly influenced by the folding flashes that existed long ago like the Honeywell pictured. 

I’ve taken first steps in prototyping it which will ultimately be a laser cut folded metal shade in stainless steel. Next steps are to prototype the wood base.

Tiny House by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Being from a farm town in the center of the country, I occasionally (rarely) am attracted to a more traditional interior. This little shack just looks inviting. Love the white wood walls and green roof. 

(Source: thecoolist.com)