25 Creative Door Knockers

Almost at the same time with putting up doors on dwelling people invented door knockers. And they don’t just announce visitors. Through the centuries a door knocker is charged with guarding and blessing the home. And their forms are absolutely different: classic hammer or handle; mythological creatures and animals which are symbols of protection according to ancient legends; ordinary things showing the main profession of the home owners. Door knocker open a huge space for the imagination and in this collection we’ve gathered some of the most interesting door knocker that we’ve found in the web. Have fun!

The “Plak” Residence by Propeller Z

This interesting family home “Plak” in Vienna was designed by Austrian architecture studio Propeller Z. It has gardens and terraces that keep the inhabitants strongly connected to nature. “The entry on the ground floor welcomes family and guest with a sculptural staircase leading up to one of the bedrooms and the office space. A mirrored wall reflects the elegant wooden shapes of the staircase and everyone can enjoy its unusual geometric shape while heading upstairs. The first floor home office is flooded with natural light and encapsulated in a part glass part bookshelf division. The upper floors include living and entertaining zones and the modern kitchen – all of these benefit from natural light and splendid views. Terraces with sliding glass doors open up the interiors to the outdoor space, while dark-framed windows capture views of the neighborhood and the passing of seasons.” Take a look!

Creative Calendar from STIHL

Company STIHL has ordered the party of tear-off calendar for gifts to their partners. The main task set to the developers – to do something, that has never been created before. As a result, STIHL received tear-off calendars for the fall of 2010 with pages created in the form of yellowing leaves from the trees. Moreover, the deeper the fall, the more leaves become yellowish and reddish. This calendar will be valid for the period from 9 September till 21 December of 2010 year.