Minimalist ‘A House’ by Florian Busch Architects

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Kisami is home to plenty of minimalist style homes and ways of life– but this ‘A House’ designed by Florian Busch Architects isn’t only minimal; it is beautiful. From the entirely concrete structure (both inside and out), to the relaxing hammock hanging indoors, this is the place you want to be. At just 180 km south…

Pop Up YO! Home Prototype

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YO! Home may not look like your average home on the outside, but when you really start digging around for the essentials– things tend to look a little different. This small apartment space is all that and more, with some surprises squeezed in between. Twelve moving parts drawing on the mechanics of stage scenery allow the…

Light Up Homestar Spa 21st Century Bath Planetarium

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Kids tend to get all of the bath time fun. Whether it’s Lego’s or shark attacks, bath games and toys are typically left behind once it stops being “cool.” Sega Toys has created a gadget that’s all about giving a relaxing atmosphere while still keeping the sharp objects out of it. The Homestar Spa Bath Planetarium…

Downtown Luxury Joule Dallas Hotel

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Downtown adventures in a bustling city can be some of the most exciting, and Dallas is one of those interesting cities with a thriving contemporary design style all its own. They say everything is bigger in Texas, and The Joule Hotel is a large high rise structure in a renovated 1920′s Neo Gothic building with a…

‘McQ’ Alexander McQueen London Flagship Store by David Collins Design

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If there’s one late designer who has been an influential and integral part of fashion for many years– it’s been Alexander McQueen. It’s been a long time coming, but the high fashion brand has got its own flagship store on Dover Street in London. David Collins has designed the space, with plenty of regal textures, finishes…

Marble Constructed Jigsaw Puzzle Piece Curtain

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If there’s an interesting concept that we haven’t seen yet, it has to be the ‘draping’ of marble. It would seem that stone’s inherent properties don’t allow the natural material to drape the way that a curtain might– but Studio Gang Architecture has proved that assumption wrong. “Marble Curtain” was constructed initially at the Smithsonian in…

House at Costa Brava by Jordi Garcés

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Girona, Spain is home to some of the most peaceful and interesting looking landscape to live in. The House at Costa Brava exemplifies contemporary living on the water’s edge yet slightly tucked away in the trees. Designed by Jordi Garcés, sunlight and views were an integral part of this residence’s programming; along with a fabulous library…

Keret House: World’s Most Narrow 150 Square Foot Home

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People these days are all about living low consumption, going green and being sustainable for the earth. Others are taking these ideals to a whole new level by lessening their overall footprint of living space. Writer Etgar Keret will be the resident in the world’s most narrow home designed by Centrala Architecture– The Keret House. With…

6,000 Lightbulbs Make Up The Interactive ‘Incandescent Cloud’

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Caitlind r.c. Brown is the creative mind behind the “Incandescent Cloud” art piece that was featured in Calgary, Canada. Comprised of over 6,000 incandescent lightbulbs, this piece of work is not only interesting to look at from a distance– but it’s an interactive installation as well. Each of the thousands of bulbs is connected to a…

Villa in the Woods Soest by Zecc Architecten

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The Netherlands plays home to many talented architects, and Zecc Architecten has some talent behind the brand with the various re-use projects under their belts. The Villa in the Woods residence is a clean representation of their true work, with much of the design planned around the woodsy landscape. Built in 2009, this home has a…