New: The number of my readers from English speaking countries is rising. For that reason, I will put an English précis in front or in the end of some of my reports. Please excuse or ignore my mistakes – English is not my native language, and I have no way of practising often enough. Don't forget that internet automatic translations are much worse.
|Ein kleines Regal / a small shelf ...|
|... kann leicht in einen Sarg umgebaut werden|
- can easily be changed into a coffin
|Funktioniert auch anders herum - also works the other way round|
The renowned British designer William Warren has found a solution. At least your coffin can be bought in advance, and it is even useful – as a bookshelf. That reminds me of Old Lady Weiss, a blind neighbour and her handicapped husband – both of them had their future coffins standing at the foot end of their beds – they kept their bed linen in there.
William Warren has now found a solution which is very special for book lovers. It's the bookshelf/coffin. A nice shelf in the daylight of life, and in the eternal night of death a homely coffin which accompanies you on your trip to eternity as a sweet souvenir from your beloved home.
There are more interesting things to discover on William Warren's homepage, e.g. a "drunken wine glass", a mailbox made from steel but looking like a big manila envelope, an urn to accommodate former smokers and so on. Please have a look at www.williamwarren.co.uk. There's more to discover.
Allen meinen Leserinnen und Lesern ein frohes neues Jahr!
A Happy New Year to all my readers!