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Extravagant chandelier made of concrete elements

Armenian architect Miriam Ayvazyan, founder of the interior design studio “Made With Love”, following her love for the industrial design started designing elements and decorative lighting fixtures for the home. The focus of her...

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The Museum of Tomorrow by Santiago Calatrava

Museu do Amanhã, literally “Museum of the Future”, at first glance resembles a huge futuristic spaceship. This modern piece is a project by the renowned architect Santiago Calatrava and with each line is reminiscent...

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Contemporary kindergarten in Copenhagen

Constructed as a series of 17 small and large houses, the new kindergarten “Frederiksvej” brings fun note in the center of Copenhagen. Maintaining the minimalist Scandinavian expression, the kindergarten refreshes the quarter in which...

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Colorful kindergarten in England

Children in Buckinghamshire, England, rejoice in the newly opened kindergarten “Prestwood” with playful facade and interior. The new modern architectural unit is a multifunctional space designed to organize events and educational activities for children...

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Awesome kayak-shaped storage unit

“The Collectors Cabinet” is a storage unit for small items, with a dual function of sculptural decorative element in the home and practical small library. With its shape, which resembles a kayak, this element...

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Amazing tepee-shaped house in Japan

Passing through the long yellow fields and deep green forests in the Japanese city of Nasu, you can find the dreamy home of a couple that enjoys being surrounded by nature. The project for...

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Elegant duplex with practical modular furniture

Israeli architectural studio “Toledano Architects” worked on the renovation of a spacious duplex with large roof terrace in Tel Aviv for a family with two children. By using wood, concrete and black metal the...

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“25 Hours”, unusual hotel experience in Berlin

Berlin, the cultural center of Germany, is anything but ordinary. It’s quite expected that the commercial spaces, cafes and hotels, take a large proportion of the eccentricity, modernity, advanced ideas and design trends. A...

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Decorative elements with minimalist geometric shapes

Danish studio “Elkeland” designs and produces interesting, unusual elements for decorating modern and minimalist interiors. The latest collection of “Elkeland”, named “Mirror Mobiles”, consists of decorative elements that are distinguished by simple, geometric shapes....

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