Let’s face it, we are running out of really good beaches as fast as you can say Hilton. The days of dreaming about saving up for a lovely beach side retirement home are going the way of affordable gas and decent public libraries in America. But designer Vicente Guallart sees the less attractive coastlines of the world as an opportunity to add new appeal in the form of these “Microcoasts” hexagonal wooden islands. I am not sure the use of wood is the best material for our sobered environmental reality or how well this wood will hold up against the harsh seaside elements. It is pretty to look at though.
Designer: Vicente Guallart [ Via: Pruned ]