New York’s First Occupied Shipping Container Home

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Shipping Containers are of course a popular building material in this day and age, where people are more green and planning on being more sustainable for the earth. While a majority of what we see as far as homes are concerned are all over the world– New York is a relatively surprising location for such a…

18 Wow Worthy Canopy Bed Inspirations

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Beds are the sanctuary of the home for so many people, and when it’s a place that you spend a good portion of your late night hours and restful slumber– you want your bed to be just right. For many, this means that a canopy bed is the perfect choice. These beds can shield you from…

Artsy Video Based Passenger Bar in Madrid

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At a glimpse, the Passenger Bar by Parolio looks to be like an old timey train car traveling as a bar, right? Wrong. In a sense, the bar is virtually traveling with a video based platform. With bars and lounges all being fairly similar in design concepts and aesthetics, this space is reminiscent of a classic…

Modern Wall Mounted Cat Tree: Catissa

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Furniture for your pets is never as easy to find and purchase in such a way that doesn’t offend your entire home’s decor. Typically it’s a cat tree of some form that’s covered in beige carpet, and that’s no way to live– for you or your feline friend. Catissa solves a great majority of the issues…

Stainless Steel Slide For Use In Shanghai Emergencies

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There can never be too much preparation for an emergency, and inventor Zhou Miaorong came up with a great addition to a five story building in Shanghai, China that will allow occupants to escape quickly. While swirling slides have been seen more often in residential spaces, this particular slide is for a serious purpose. According to…

Concrete Gallery Style Home in Abiko, Japan

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This concrete gallery style home was designed in part by Fuse Atelier for a couple in Abiko, Japan. The interior is sparse yet beautiful and at a mere 575 square feet, all of the beauty is in the architectural details. The exterior facade of this residence takes the cake in some instances, with its multiple facets,…

Product Guide: 11 Must Have Tea Infusers

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Whether you’re a tea enthusiast, looking for a great gift or just keeping up with the kitchen tool trends– tea diffusers are a fun and quirky way to make your herbal tea exciting each morning or evening. If there’s a particular loose leaf tea that tickles your fancy, a tea infuser is likely a more practical…

Modern Caterpillar House by Feldman Architecture

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Much of the construction systems for this Feldman Architecture built home surrounded Green building principles– such as the rammed earth walls, rainwater irrigation planning and more. Located in Carmel, California, the Caterpillar House is a gorgeous contemporary visual within the otherwise untouched landscape. Being the first LEED Platinum custom home of the California Central Coast, this…

Intricate Gilded Sugar Skull Day of the Dead Wallpaper

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Wallpaper is still in the process of making a comeback in the home design world, and while some are still turning their noses up– others are finding amazing gems to cover their bare walls in. If there’s any one trend that’s on the rise as well, it’s the Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)…

Waste Less Timber Log Collapsible Chair

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Reuse, reduce, recycle– that’s what we’re taught. So with so much of our building materials causing excess waste from our forests and beyond, Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop found a way to help alleviate that. Their “Waste Less” chair is a prime example of crafting a unique piece of furniture that utilizes materials that would otherwise be deemed…