Giant Table and Chairs as an Unconventional Horse Shelter

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Beds and hangout spots for our beloved pets are always a fun thing to purchase, but what if your pets are horses– literally? A farmer and merchant located in Doellstaedt, East Germany created these giant furniture pieces that inadvertently acted as a shelter to his livestock. Protecting the horses from the elements, whether it be rain,…

Ecologica Montreal Home by Gervais Fortin

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With green design, sustainability and LEED certification becoming many of the front runners in design decision making processes today, it’s nice to see that the eco-friendly options are getting a more upscale look and feel to them. This Gervais Fortin built space is a home that boasts a low carbon footprint and a whole lot of…

Massive Modular Shipping Container Bridge

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Ariel Sharon Park, Israel is the site of the highly popular “ECOntainer Bridge” project. It’s only fitting that this green designed bridge be situated in the heart of an area that really promotes sustainable living and eco-conscious practices. Reusing shipping containers is the premise behind architect Yoav Messer‘s proposed built project, and the great thing about…

Traditional Chair with A Hollowed Out Modern Twist

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Furniture is always better when extra storage space is involved, especially if you’ve got a small space, children or prefer a minimalist look. This Straight Line Designs chair takes a little bit of everything and allows a funky twist on the classic traditional armchair. Slightly reminiscent of the bubbly biedermeier furniture designs, this hollowed out armchair…

Contemporary Cape Town First Crescent Bay Home

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South Africa comes with some of the most beautiful, untouched land– and when you’re living amongst it all, there’s no way that you can’t take advantage of the views. This completely glazed home by Saota Architects sits along the edge of the Crescent Bay. The overall layout of this home is quite open with plenty of…

Halley: Comet Inspired Outdoor Lighting by Vibia

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Outdoor lighting can be a tricky purchase, especially if it’s not a built in lamp that just blends in with the landscape. But if it’s a statement that you’re looking for, the “Halley” light designed by Jordi Vilardell and Meritxell Vidal for Vibia is a great option that adds just a touch of whimsy and class…

10 Cool Attic Rooms To Create More Usable Space

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For whatever reason, homes can never seem to come equipped with the perfect amount of space. Whether it’s a home office, a game room, or an extra bedroom wanted– there’s always something that needs a little extra square footage carved out. Attics can be the perfect bit of “extra” space to create a creative kids’ room…

Un-Intrusive Pop Up Street Furniture of The Netherlands

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Street art and furniture in public places tends to be the last thing on the minds of public planners. Many artists have been branching out into more creative and innovative ways of putting inviting and interesting designs for the general public. Carmela Bogman and Rogier Martin of The Netherlands have come up with an interactive design…

3000 Square Foot Twin Peaks Home

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Jackson Clements Burrows Architects was a part of the contemporary renovation and addition of an old Edwardian style residence. Sitting at just around 3000 square feet, the spacious home now includes 4 bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and plenty of public space for family activities and entertaining. Black subway tiles were carried throughout the interior to create a…

Colorful West London Family Residence

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There’s nothing more cheery than a home that is full of bold colors and bright accents. Combine all of the colors under the rainbow and you’ve got a space that never tires of bland white walls and lifeless furniture. This West London residence by Andy Martin Architects is home to five unique bedrooms and a plethora…