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Dynamism and transformation are concepts which describe this design generated by research into the perception of movement: surfaces are folded, creating continuity, into functional spaces able to accommodate objects. In many homes, where floor space is limited, it is often the dining table that is the first large item of furniture to be subtracted from the scheme. Even in homes that have multiple reception rooms, the dining room is often taken over by an additional snug lounge room that can […]

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One of our newest additions to the exclusive list of Kalia luxury signature homes, this modern architectural masterpiece features spectacular ocean views from every room. Kalia’s ultra-modern Aerie luxury rental home in Costa Rica has 3 comfortably appointed bedrooms, 2 and half baths, as well as outdoor showers. Smart open design techniques separate the dining, living and play spaces. Relish in modern furnishings throughout the villa, such as the large flat screen TVs and Blue Ray DVD systems in the entertainment […]

Egg cartons can also be a problem on waste management because we have a lot of them, and most of us don’t know what to do or how to recycle them. Actually there are a lot of creative solutions for this problem. Here are some great ideas of how to recycle egg cartons: 30 Recycling Egg Cartons Craft Ideas. Take a look and start your DIY project! Sounds simple right? I just don’t understand how people are so creative. I would never […]

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HexFlex is the ultimate adventure and snowboarding multi-tool. Originally designed the HexFlex to be a snowboarding multi-tool, but while carrying the prototypes around on their keychains, in their pockets, and attached to our back packs the designers found that it is useful for so much more than just tightening bindings while on the slopes.  The unique snowflake shaped design of the Hexflex has allowed us to creatively use natures perfect shape to combine functionality and design in our compact multi-tool. This is a […]

Most people would be offended to be told that they live under a rock – but the designers of this home will be hoping that the idea of living inside one is a little more popular.  Designed by the Swiss studio Bureau A, this small wooden cabin holds a fire place, bed, table, stool, and window- all the essentials “big enough for the life of one man.”  From the outside, this wooden cabin looks like a boulder that is perched precariously […]

Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya – is the Kempinski China’s first and only beach resort – the luxurious new resort is located in the premier area of Haitang Bay Sanya, a 20-km continuous strip of beach – a stunning Chinese hideaway that is animated yet intimate. Set on its own private beach, Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya is a short 30-45 minute drive from Sanya Phoenix International Airport. With a wide selection of 374 rooms, suites and 25 residential-styled pool […]

How to make your room shinning? Give it a folk atmosphere using PIXERS’s wallapapers and stickers inspired by polsich folk design! PIXERS is the easiest and fastest way of decorating your home transform any space with this great alternative to paints. Wall murals are the easiest and fastest way of decorating your home, office, restaurant or any other interior space. The murals are safe, odorless and printed using the latest environmentally-friendly technology, HP Latex Printing, which ensures the colors are incredibly […]

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If you think the Super Bowl is just a three-hour football game, you could not be more wrong. With all the pre-game hype, it is a marathon and not a sprint. While these culinary structures vary in their materials and aesthetic, there are some common tropes, such as beefstick goal posts, guacamole fields, Rice Krispies arches, and candy cars in parking lots. Below, we’ve gathered some of our favorite examples to inspire you to come up with your own Snack Stadium creations. […]

Posted in  DecodesignFood Design

Designed by NatureHumaine, this suburban home on Montreal’s south shore was built by the father of our client in the 1960’s. After over 50 years without having much work done, it was in need of some rejuvenation. The original house lacked natural light and had a series of closed rooms surrounding a central stair. The counter of the central island in the kitchen cantilevers 2.4 meters out from the cabinets becoming the dining table, uniting the preparation and eating spaces. Two […]

The Waterfront Restaurant was designed by the Shanghai office of Pro-Form Architects for a site in Yuang Xiang Lake Park. To build on this lakeside green-field inside a park, the architects opt to subdue the building and allow the landscape to prevail. The spherical roof of The Waterfront Restaurant  offers the park visitors a short-cut to the main bridge, and also a privilege venue overlooking the Lake, which has been, in real life, loved by the visitors. The photographers very […]

The Ham Yard Hotel has 91 rooms and suites and 24 residential apartments (with Boffi kitchens) and have been individually designed by Kit Kemp. Built in a courtyard this urban village does not feel like Soho, but rather a secret community hidden away from the hustle &  bustle. Each features dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the greenery of the courtyard or the London skyline. Comfort is key to a Firmdale bedroom: “There is always a good reading light by a comfortable chair, a […]

Youth Hotel of iD Town, was originally served as one of the dormitory building in Honghua Dying Factory’s residential area. The renovation began with the conversion of the ground level into a public lobby space retrofitting hotel service and administrative program as well as multi-functional public spaces.  Firstly equipping the central corridor with new hotel infrastructure to facilitate the new living units, and secondly installing a sequence of prefab steel opening box on the existing facade to create a more […]

The easiest, strongest, cheapest, and most durable material for building structures may now come from your garden. We found some great examples of  Bamboo Buildings! It’s 100% natural, thrives in diverse climates, grows up to a whopping 39 inches per day and is super-strong; why isn’t bamboo already used more often as a building material?  “I think bamboo and laminated bamboo will replace other materials and become the ‘green steel’ of the 21st century,” said the architects Vo Trong Nghia. “I […]

McDonald’s has quietly transformed one of its McCafe outlets in Sydney into a hipster cafe called “The Corner” with a new menu, new look, and new service style. Part of McDonald’s $1 billion rebranding strategy, The Corner has been designed from the ground up as a modern cafe, devoid of patent McDonald’s branding. It looks like a just another Sydney cafe, but beneath the bread boards and beyond the quinoa is the latest McDonald’s incarnation – a testing lab for healthy […]

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Vanguarda architects  finished the ‘concrete house’ in a private community near buenos aires. The house fits: in its space, in its environment, and in a playful spirit that epitomizes a weekend retreat. The spacious 500 m2 home contains 9 rooms dispersed over two floors, with all the social functions on the ground level, including the living and dining rooms, kitchen, tv room, breakfast bar, theater, patio, and barbecue area. Large expanses of concrete, wood, and glass are arranged into a geometrical […]

San Diego-based architect Jonathan Segal has designed The Cresta. This 5,300 square foot contemporary home in San Diego, California, USA, features a concrete construction and a large exterior room. The house looks even more extended than it already is, due to the floor to ceiling glass that replaces some of the walls and lets the place breathe. The house’s three stories, one below and two above grade, are accented by floor to ceiling glass and large open expanses to the outdoors. The […]

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