Giant QR Code Pavilion at Architecture Biennale, Venice

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This year’s Russian Pavilion has got one of the more exciting venues of this year’s exhibit, and the giant Quick Respond (QR) codes are an interactive display of technology meets art in the fully functional room filled with floor to ceiling codes. There are multiple rooms in this La Biennale Russian pavilion, and one of which…

STARH Architects ‘Edge’ Vacation House in Varna

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Located in Bulgaria, STARH Architects came up with an interestingly unique design for a small family that wanted a vacation home near the sea. With a concrete and glass plan in mind, STARH came up with “The Edge” House– a split level home with all rooms facing the water and public spaces on their own level…

Giolitti Gelato Colorful Concept by Nabito Architects

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If there’s one thing that tends to connect all diverse walks of life, it is food. Though we’ve all got different tastes and preferences for a creamy cup and a favorite flavor of gelato, it’s a pretty standard constant that sweet treats are universal. Giolitti Gelato has got a concept for a Turkish storefront, and the…

Funky Andy Warhol Pop Art Inspired Uptown Residence

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It’s not often that we see a tastefully done interior that’s all about Pop Art. As one of our favorite art forms that explores color combination, primary color usage and plenty of explosive imagery, this Uptown Pied a terre has got the perfect balance of pop and sophistication. Laura U Interior Design of Houston put this…

Stressless Lounge and Beauty Bar in Moscow

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Reis Design was the mastermind behind the Stressless Lounge and Beauty Bar in Moscow, where there’s a whole combination of wellness concepts tied into one space. By combining eating and relaxation zones a dark color palette and great lighting you’ve got a recipe for a perfect hour or two of de-stressing. Though stress seems to be…

Candy Factory Lofts in Toronto, Canada

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The Candy Factory Lofts in Toronto were the first of its kind as far as repurposing projects go in the North, and this 2700 square foot penthouse is a prime example of renovations done right. Created out of the old Candy Factory in Canada, the West Queen West Arts District is home to these amazing industrial…

Peaceful Water Street Home by Jason Fort

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Florida is known for some of its water front homes, and this St. Augustine home by Jason Fort is 2400 square feet of custom contemporary details. Built in 2007, this home is situated on a more narrow lot, but the space feels anything but. The interior is a zen-like space with Ligne Roset style sofas perched…

Arched Exhibition Gallery by A31 Architects

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Inspiration lies everywhere, but sometimes it is in the isolated places that we find our best creativity coming out to play. This art exhibition gallery/studio located in Greece is situated on a giant plot of land and is isolated enough for a creative mind to go to work. Designed by A31 Architecture, this space is one…

Frank Gehry Designing Facebook’s New Eco-Friendly Corporate Offices

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If contemporary architecture is something that interests you, Frank Gehry is likely a name you’ve heard or he is attached to a building you’ve lusted after at some point. The man famed for his industrial approach to architecture and undulating forms is taking on a new project with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for Menlo Park’s newest…

Feast on These 15 Fabulous Luxury Closets

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For a woman, a closet can be the sanctuary of her home. Whether there are refrigerators, chaise lounges, televisions or a closet like Cher from Clueless– there is so much personality and style that can go into your dressing space outside of the clothing that’s inside. Even men can have their own tranquil dressing space to…