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Posted in  Table
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We are used to treat porcelain as a fine, elegant, delicate material, but this is a common mistake. The table is made out of wood and has one leg out of old stacked and fixed porcelain. via mischertraxler.com

Posted in  ArchitectureOffice
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This interior was design by Ab Rogers Design in collaboration with Denton Corker Marshall, DA.studio, Michael Connor, Graphic Thought Facility, Robson & Jones and The Richard Greenwood Partnership. Here you can find the concept of  this Australian Center for the Moving Image. It is a stunning new permanent exhibition about film, television, video games and new media at the Australian Center for the Moving Image in Melbourne. We developed an iconic landscape, corrupting and abstracting the existing, angular architecture and […]

Posted in  Architecture
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Some details which make this villa a property of exception are the environment consisted of an immense garden (more than 1.5 acre) with a deck at the edge of the water, an infinity heated swimming pool with the view of the ocean, comfortable white sofas in the living room which opens on to the swimming pool and the fully equipped gourmet kitchen.     “Domaine du Levant” is a small community, located along the bay of Petit Cul de Sac. […]

Posted in  Light
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Botanist is an eco-friendly product offering with internationally renowned designers committed to social responsibility. Leveraging a green approach to just-in-time manufacturing and online business efficiencies they are committed to reducing environmental impact while benefiting social causes. 2% of Botanist sales benefit partner foundation chosen by each participating designer. Currently, Botanist supports 18 foundations with over 650 product SKU’s. Now, we want to present some of their work. Wonderful!  

Posted in  Architecture
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Located in Ottawa, Canada, this new modern infill was completed by Canadian architect firm Linebox Studio. The Residence (2,400 sq ft) fits both the dimensions of its irregular and narrow 20 feet by 60 feet lot, and the owners’ pattern of working and living. Ottawa’s vibrant Glebe neighborhood stretches across the southern downtown edge of Canada’s National Capital. Its houses run the spectrum from prominent, architect designed heritage residences to modest, tightly packed workers’ homes from the early 20th century.  […]

Posted in  Architecture
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Sugamo Shinkin Bank is a credit union that strives to provide first-rate hospitality to its customers in accordance with its motto: “we take pleasure in serving happy customers.” Having completed the design for branch outlets of Sugamo Shinkin Bank located in Tokiwadai and Niiza, we were also commissioned to handle the architectural and interior design for its newly rebuilt branch in Shimura. via emmanuelle.jp

John Maniscalco Architecture have designed the Russian Hill residence in San Francisco, California. This new four-story home establishes an understated but dignified urban presence on an atypically wide San Francisco site. A transitional two-story glass-walled entry hall draws users to an airy and open living level. An increasingly light stair element transitions from floor to floor ultimately arriving at a roof deck enjoying panoramic views.

You can comfortably put your Baby Boomer Too Collection in your home knowing that this suite of furniture is created by designers of award-winning childcare centers. via re-modern.com

Posted in  Deco
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Looking for great baby gift ideas? We understand the desire to give a unique baby gift and share baby products that are meaningful and will last. These adorable bibs are fashionably designed and finished down to the last detail. Meal time need not mean messy time with these cute bibs from Zigo Zazo!   via zigozago.it

Posted in  Deco
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Brilliant design ideas, from handmade ceramics to glassware and furniture to wine racks, for a great dining experience. Please browse the sub-departments on the left-hand side for more inspirational and stylish products made by the Hidden Art Designer-Makers. If you know the Designer-Maker you are looking for, you can also browse using the drop-down Designer-Maker menu for more eclectic and stylish products. via hiddenartshop.com

Posted in  Sofa& Bed
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Who needs art, when you’ve got modern-day masterpieces like this exotic furniture from Sicis Next Art, a collection that breaks the boundaries between art and function. The designer interprets nature in a surreal way, transforming a piece of furniture into an abstract butterfly, and a rose into a blooming mount of pillows. Each piece boasts top Italian quality craftsmanship, and the attention to detail that can only be at Sicis.       via sicisnextart.com

Posted in  Architecture
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A small but significant proportion of new dwellings result from the conversion of buildings of traditional design and construction. It is important whenever conversion is proposed that the building can be converted to its new use without a major change in external appearance, in order that the overall character of the building and its locality may be retained. via   erpicum.org

Posted in  ArchitectureVacations
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The idea of the Treehotel was born on a fly fishing trip to Russia. It started with a film that was made here in Harads village by a couple of guys from Stockholm. The idea was to make a documentary about finding their roots and connecting with their childhood. The name of the film was Tree Lover because they really liked to stay up in trees and tell stories about them. In this film they built a tree house, and […]

Posted in  Terrace & Garden
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I want to spend my summer days outside! The NanaOutdoor Room consists of the glass canopy, which is surrounded by the frameless opening glass wall system NanaGlass SL25. With no vertical stiles, the NanaGlass system provides uninterrupted views and natural light.

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