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If you seek small smart homes, Milla Alftan, a Finnish interior designer won’t disappoint you! She  maximizes every inch of the urban house plan with her solutions. This small  home was designed with a trio of objectives: a connection to the outdoors without sacrificing privacy; outdoors that would enhance the feeling of space indoors; and solar access in every room.   via alftan.fi

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A pair of wine glasses, which allows the liquid to flow freely between the two glasses. Because liquid finds it’s own level, it flows down to the lowest glass. Users must learn to cooperate, to drink their wine. via

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Blackbox is a night club in Romania, the place is a project from the group of architects Parasite Studio. The name shows the concept of the project, a black box, with no relation to the outside and plenty of abstract elements to maintain the attention only to the things happening inside the club. Blackbox is space with a completely controlled atmosphere with no relation with the outside world in which you are not aware of the time passing.For the whole […]

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The building is neither crooked, nor dancing. The architects wanted to allow natural light and free access from outside to all the apartments…and that’s the result!  Utilities, storage spaces, and other structural elements of the building are located in the center of the building. Access to each apartment is reached by a central walkway, or ‘mini canyon’ in the center of the block. ‘Blok k’  is part of a masterplan for 500 dwellings, between the historic center and the recently […]

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Splinter Works   develops a work of “rethinking”. What would you normally think about a table? That it should have 3-4 legs and a top leaf. Well, they designed a table inspired by an elegant shoe and it doesn’t have problems with stability at all! I would say this is an example of challenging design in the sense that it’s provoking to have a common piece of furniture sculptured in something spectacular! It elevates the experience of everyday life!  

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This home in Sydney, Australia was designed by  Corben Architects and displays a contemporary and elegant design. Occupying an area of 3,767 square feet (350 square meters), the residence is structured on three levels and takes full advantage of its surrounding vistas. Here is more from the architects: “The building is a simple rectilinear form of concrete and masonry construction, carefully layered with timber battening and sandstone cladding to present a modern home with a focus on natural materials and […]

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Reading a book, playing with your friends, using the computer…you’ve got a lot of things to do at home, resting in your favorite sofa! What we present you today is not actually a classical couch, but a bunch of pillows that adapt to your different needs. Now, don’t you feel you can better manage the situations when a lot of friends come to watch a movie at your place? via  jaimtelias.com

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Decorating first home is often very challenging. However, decorating your first apartment is also about giving a personal touch to your home, buying furniture and furnishing that is stylish, functional, efficient, fits into small rooms, versatile and yet inexpensive. Looking on the images below you’ll find that the most important thing is to choose a theme of home decor for harmonious and rhythmic flow and balance throughout the house. Once you have decided on it, try to buy your assets, […]

Do you remember the days when you used to listen to music on vinyl records? Nowadays it’s unpopular, but the records inspired Pavel Sidorenko to create an original wall clock collection. Re Vinyl is an upcycling product fashioned from old vinyl records. By altering the functions of used products for new uses, it effectively reduces the disposal of potentially useful materials and the consumption of new raw materials at once. Discreetly crafted on the theme of stenography or animal creatures, […]

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None can equal their minimalist style of living … that’s known all over the world. The house we found on housage.com was built in Gothenburg and I feel their ‘less is more’ philosophy  is evidenced by both the choice of material and the sense of space. The house is of lightweight concrete with large windows throughout the three floors, and amazing terraces facing both south and west. Enjoy!  

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Only when a baby comes in your family, you figure out how important storage units are.  for his room.  Make it easy for your child to keep clothing, books and toys in order, resulting in a neater and more organized room. Look on the examples we found for you…the storage bins can  add color to your child’s space, while providing an easy way to contain smaller clutter. via  potterybarnkids.com    

The Float house is an attempt at making better use of some of the beautiful canal banks in Western Europe. It exists on the interface between land and water and can either float like a catamaran above the water, or, as depicted in this image, afloat on the water, but with a set of arms that keep it upright against the embankment. This way, it leans over the embankment and takes up only a meter of the canal’s width. Small […]

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This  product designed by Maurizio Maiorana the “Cooka” is right there to help you. It’s a portable cooking pad which works in temperatures ranging from -60 to 280 centigrade. So now cooking is not a problem where ever you go. The cooking pad has been very intelligently designed to make full use of each and every bit of it. The Cooka cooking pad is a very stylish and has a very modern appeal to it. It has three multi-burner plates […]

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BAKOKO, an international design studio based in Tokyo, Japan has done great transformation to typical concrete ‘mansion’ apartment blocks into a contemporary Japanese home. Dubbed as M Mansion, this Japanese home design nestled in an eastern Tokyo suburb of Matsudo City, only 30 minutes by train from the city center. This refurbishment project was completed on a modest budget, proving that refurbishing existing properties is still an affordable proposition here. The small 37m² (400ft²) unit was divided into two Japanese-style […]

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Winner of Wonder Design Award, RIMA Editrice Young e Design 2011, the designer Lanzavecchia + Wai Design Studio  creates   an archetypical and stoic storage furniture is broken down into three mobile volumes that nest into each other. Solid panels are replaced by bands of flexible fabric not only as a textural pleated surface treatment but also pragmatically; the storage volume can be accessed from all sides and through any point.

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Graphicstudio  took an old mountain village house from 1911 and remodeled it to bring inside all comfort requirements. As you can see, a new contemporary interpretation of a wooden mountain house was “glued” with the old building. The new one houses the kitchen, the bathroom, the family room and the staircase. The house was built in Carpinis, Brasov County, Romania.  

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