The janitor at the MuMaLab is a real nice guy. He's helping us all the time. So when he asked me for two shields to put in front of his parking lot, I put some effort into it.
It's lasered into yellow acrylic and mounted with some spacers over an aluminium plate. The acrylic glows when illuminated by UV light, looks awesome in sunshine. At night the aluminium reflects the headlights.
After thinking about it for three years, we finally got around to install a wall mounted shelf in the living room. It's a Vitsœ 606 and I love how configurable and easy to install it is.
I configured it myself, but the interior designer at the Vitsœ shop had lot of helpful suggestions. I suggest to everyone not to take their offer to set up the shelf for you, because you will miss out on the joy of experiencing good design firsthand. It was really fun building this.
A lamp made out of three Hella fog lamps ('Hella 1NL 008 090-821' to be exact).
The lamps are mounted upside down and are adjusted to light the ceiling but not the wall. They are nearly parallel to the ground but still only light the upper part. So you can see the exit point of the light but it doesn't dazzle.
The 12V transformator is contained in an Ikea Blanda Blank metal bowl - perfect fit.
A learning: Do not use speaker cable for anything that gets hot! I had this mounted 3 month ago, but the isolation of the speaker cabling melted and shorted. Thankfully I was in the room and could switch it of before everything went to hell.
Downsides: Gets horribly hot, draws just under 300W, really expensive (around 150€ in parts)