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Today we present you one of the Charles Wright’s masterpieces in environmentally sustainable design with vaulted ceilings and the presence of water from every angle of the house. A flowing metal structure shades the lap pool, and a wooden deck wraps around the house conjuring up the sense of being at sea.  The high ceilings impress everyone that enters the house and the stunning architecture throughout lend this luxury building the air of a homely cathedral. When talking about luxury real estates, […]

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Kobi Levi  talks about shoes in a different way. He finds sources of inspiration in day to day life, coming with unique interpretations you’ve never imagined suitable for a pair of shoes. He took birds, dolls, baskets, bananas and even a music icon star, like Madona  as images for his ‘sculptures’, realizing an extreme transformation. Look at our gallery! Kobi Levi graduated from Bezalel academy of art & design, Jerusalem 2001. He is specialized in footwear design and development, working as a […]

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When you first look at the pictures, the building appears calm and serene. But, when the storm begins a wild atmosphere surrounds it. It is located at 159 meters altitude and gives me the impressions that dominates the sea like a queen.  The living areas are enclosed by a single large window frame. The cliff which has an olive tree on top provides a second wall for the patio.  

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Train journeys are one of the most comfortable and memorable ways of traveling. The designer, Fransesco Codice,  describes the concept of a purification process in trains, which cleans the impure air and releases fresh oxygen back to the passenger cabin. This not only makes your journey a memorable one, but also makes it eco-friendly. The plants will be placed above the passenger’s seats and will be held inside a transparent compartment. In fact, these plants will be visible to the […]

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The constructions are grouped according to the arrangement of the colors from an artist’s palette… that’s why the project is called “Palitra”. The complex includes 6 constructions, grouped like a fan around a small pedestrian square. As you can see on Russian Architectural News Agency, the palace is purposely divided into 6 separate buildings. The main color of all the buildings is white, but the interior spaces have one of the six rainbow colors observatory tower interior.

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Decks are for enjoying the outdoors, entertaining friends and family, and escaping everyday life for a few hours at a time. Unfortunately, bad weather can put a damper on that enjoyment. However by building a simple roof structure over the deck itself, you can greatly increase the number of days that you have to enjoy it. Search more on WithinSodo.    

Posted in  Terrace & Garden

Can’t solve the Rubik’s cube? Don’t worry, you can used them for a beautiful artwork! Pete Fecteau used 4,242 officially licensed Rubik’s Cubes to create a mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The mosaic is made of 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes and it measures 5.8m x 2.6m x 5.7cm. It weighs roughly 454kg. Each cube has been “reversed solved” or twisted so that one of the faces maps it’s nine stickers into the total image, 38,178 stickers total. The construction […]

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Zestienhoven Park will soon become a new suburb of Rotterdam. The plan includes more than 1800 luxury homes located next to Rotterdam Airport and it extends over the existing park area. MoederscheimMoonen was given the task to design a building with a pavilion-like appearance. Located between the airport, new homes and the park, it had to be a striking design that used lightness and transparency as two important elements.    

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Sometimes we get caught up thinking about all of the new wonderful structures that could be built, without realizing just how many opportunities there are to recycle  architecture that is already built, redesigning, remodeling and renovating it to something perhaps even more impressive than the original structure. On Christ.Christ you’ll find House S – a project that transforms architecture into something amazing.    

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The project realized by B23T inspires me to say: ‘That’s the house from the future!’ Although, there are a lot of places that conform to this trend, the one we present today has something special: the play between the decorative walls and the lines of the furniture. It seems they borrowed some elements from one another. The furniture in the apartment correspond to futuristic design. It is simple with straight lines. The same could be said about colors in use. In the […]

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Do you want a slice of pizza? We have a big one, only for you! Made from hand-dyed cotton and lined in red satin, this sleeping bag is truely one of a kind! It is comfortable, attractive, and hilarious! It appeared in my BFA thesis show and is now available for purchase. It is large enough for any adult and perfect for kids! Extremely warm and comfy! Along with the sleeping bag comes 5 vegetable pillows (unfortunately unattached): 2 mushrooms, […]

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Would you like the coolest motorcycle garage in your neighborhood? Or are you going to impress your friends with a tree house? Or maybe you’d like to have your coffee on a beautiful terrace? Visit fliegende-haeuser.com and pick one! They are called ‘flying houses’ because the modular system make their movement very easy. You can put it in most unusual locations.

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The project we present you today is called ‘Water Pavilion’ and it aims to function like an installation that reminds to the people the history of the place. The concept is to confront the newly design building with the history of the place, in order to awake the imagination and encourage passer-by to ask questions. The pavilion is situated on so called “Imperial Route” and it represents the next stop between City Hall and Ostrow Tumski island. modelina-architekci.com  

The artists are mad, that’s for sure. What you’ll see today is part wood carving that has been popular from ancient times and is even fresh now. A skill that infers that artisans have to be equipped with certain tools that will help them in carving the block of wood. Birds and animals stand still looking at you!

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Designed by LAVA, the Two Digital Origami Tigers started their 2010 world travels playfully celebrating Chinese New Year at Customs House, Sydney. The tigers are inspired by “zhezhi”, a Chinese term for paper folding, more popularly known by its Japanese name “origami”. The tigers have 2.5 metres high and 7 metres long , yet weigh only 200kgs and use fully recyclable materials, aluminium and barrisol, a new light weight reusable stretch material.  via Stefan Ziegler, WWF Tiger expert said. “The giant origami tigers are a […]

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Designed by Baurmann.durr Architekten, this house is located in the Karlsruhe Geiger Mountain area and it extends over four levels following the topography of the site. From outside, only two volumes appear visible. The architects used large glass facades that alternate with wall panels of dark brick. In a nutshell, natural materials and a rigorous design provide the framework for the lively family life of the residents.    

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