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Set Expanding Shelving System by Stephanie Hornig 0

Set Expanding Shelving System by Stephanie Hornig

London-based product designer Stephanie Hornig has created Set expanding shelving unit. The shelving system comprises a beech-wood frame with scissor-like pivots and steel shelves. From the designer, “Inspired by braided structures I aimed to...

Bondi House by Fearns Studio 0

Bondi House by Fearns Studio

Australian architectural practice Fearns Studio have renovated an old single-storey Victorian house in Bondi, Sydney. Here is a description from the architects, “An inner city heritage terrace alteration, the Bondi house was conceived as...

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+ House by ninkipen!

Japanese studio ninkipen! have renovated a 30-year old apartment in Kawasaki city, Kanagawa, Japan. From the designers, After removing interior finish materials, crisscross concrete beam was appeared. A hybrid 30-year-old and present scene is...

Home 07 by i29 Interior Architects 0

Home 07 by i29 Interior Architects

The Netherlands-based practice i29 Interior Architects have designed a single-family apartment for four people in southern Amsterdam. From the architects, “The original structure, with rooms for staff, a double hall and long hallways with...

Shoes Books and a Bike by Postfossil 0

Shoes Books and a Bike by Postfossil

Designer Thomas Walde of Zurich-based studio Postfossil has created the Shoes Books and a Bike, a storage unit for your books, shoes and a display frame for your bicycle. From the designers, “Cycling is...

Beach House by Clare Cousins 0

Beach House by Clare Cousins

Australian architect Clare Cousins has designed an additional accommodation to an existing 1970’s Merchant Builder’s home in Mornington, Victoria. From the architect, “Located on a sloping block, the existing single storey house is sited...

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Who’s Next Magazine Rack by Marco Ripa

Italian designer Marco Ripa has created the Who’s Next magazine rack. The magazine rack is assembled from steel rods and comprises a cube-shaped frame dissected by a rectangle shaped frame. The unique design of...

4n House by Ninkipen! 0

4n House by Ninkipen!

Osaka-based studio Ninkipen! have designed the 4n House in Ikoma city, Nara, Japan. It is a small family house for a couple and their two children. From the architects, “The site had been divided...

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Halle A by Designliga

Munich-based studio Designliga has converted an old metal work shop into a studio for itself and Form & Code, its strategic partner in Web and application development. From the designers, “Until its conversion, Halle...

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Croft House by James Stockwell Architect

Australian practice James Stockwell Architect have designed the Croft House near Inverloch. The house is located along the south coast of Victoria. From the architects, “Along the South coast of Victoria near Inverloch, the...

Baby Flirtstone by Filippo Dell’Orto for spHaus 0

Baby Flirtstone by Filippo Dell’Orto for spHaus

Designer Filippo Dell’Orto has created the Baby Flirtstone for spHaus. It is a round and asymmetrical organic lounge chair. From the designer, “This organic armchair is meant as an enhancement of the Flirtstones family....

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Spring Lamps by Kristine Five Melvær

Norway-based designer Kristine Five Melvær has created the Spring lamps. The floor lamps stretch towards the ceiling like living flowers. From the designer, “The size of the lamps, with the tallest measuring two metres,...

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Evernote Silicon Valley HQ by Studio O+A

San Francisco-based firm Studio O+A have designed a new HQ for data storage company Evernote in Silicon Valley, California. An old 90s office building has been converted into a modern work space featuring a...

Bungy Sofa by Leala Dymond 0

Bungy Sofa by Leala Dymond

Furniture designer Leala Dymond has created the Bungy Sofa. The seating furniture unit features a simple yet clever design idea where yellow bungee cord is used to hold cushions and other items in place....

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