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Breathe sunglasses shop by Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents its first project in Colombia for the sunglasses & frames brand Breathe.
The first design by Masquespacio in the studio’s creative director Ana Hernández’s native city Bogotá consists in the creation of the new store from the sunglasses and frames brand. The initial aim this way was to create the new identity for the third store of the Colombian brand.

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Rotolino by designlibero

Rotolino is an extremely versatile solution, consisting of a few elements that together create three different pieces of furniture: a stool, a chair and a chaise longue.

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Kardella Street Residence by studiofour

A two-storey addition to an existing heritage-listed Art Deco, the Kardella Street Residence’s design comes from the opportunity to provide a stronger link to the site’s immediate green landscaped context within the much sought after Hedgeley Dene Gardens precinct.

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Villa Pelícanos by Main Office

The Mexico and Sweden-based studio MAIN OFFICE  has recently expanded and revived Villa Pelícanos, an existing residential complex dating from the ‘80s, and nestled in the tropical landscape of Mexico’s West Coast.

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Patio House by NOMO STUDIO

Patio house sits on a gently sloping site located in Coves Noves, a small urbanisation on the north-east coast of Minorca’s island, Spain. The plot has great views over the Mediterranean Sea, but unfortunately has also a 10-storey hotel shooting up in the horizon; an old relic from times when landscape integration meant less. Because of this visual obstacle and since the neighbour’s house is only a few meters away from our plot, we decided to intentionally direct the views in specific directions.

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Twig by Johannes Lindner

The ambition was to balance opposites – classic and modern, sculptural and minimalist. The idea is a simple yet modern chair that combines tradition and innovation.

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Bainbridge Island Farmhouse by CTA Design Builders

This is an intentionally small, simple house, drawing on Bainbridge Island historical references: simple farm structures, Japanese rural dwelling influences due to that unique aspect of the island’s history, and including the warmth and connection to nature that Craftsman architectural elements can offer.

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Tartan by Simone Bonanni Studio

The horizontal and vertical lines intersect touching and overlapping each other, join into the space in an essential weave, as result of a product made plainly of air and metal. Visually geometric and rigorous, Tartan prevails on the balance between solids and voids.

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Mountain Wood by Walker Warner Architects

The organizing concept for this project began as an exploration of separate buildings arranged to create a variety of complementary indoor and outdoor living experiences. Given the rural context of the town of Woodside, regional agrarian compounds and iconic forms were referenced for inspiration, as well as functionality.

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Tree Table by Sebastian Errazuriz

For centuries we have used wooden boards to create furniture. The Tree Table created by New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz, proposes that no matter how beautiful or sophisticated our furniture designs might be, the shapes we can find in nature are often more mysterious and intriguing.

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House ML by Arquipélago Arquitetos

Located on a rainforest glade of difficult access in the Mountain range of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, the project of the house was premised on dry methods that provides comfort in a warm and humid environment.

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Caffettiera by MRDK

In Italy, going to the coffee bar is not just about the coffee. It’s about taking a break from the day, meeting up with friends or taking the time to contemplate life. Caffettiera Caffé Bar aims to bring that culture to North America at its 745-square-foot commercial space in the heart of downtown Montreal. The café’s design was inspired by the 1990s.

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Joyce by designlibero

The Joyce collection was inspired by a combination of historical reminiscence and biomorphic shapes.
The past and present, innovation and tradition are being mixed through the fluid and natural shapes of the timless objects.

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Rec House by Guallart Architects

The project focuses on the reform of two buildings built at the end of the 19th century, in the Rec neighborhood in Igualada, near Barcelona, which hosted a small textile industry and a house.

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Bond House by Alexis Dornier

The cross is one of the oldest diagrams of space organisation in architectural history. Bond is designed through the interplay of intersecting elements coming together to shape planefields for gathering and recreation on all levels- a junction that unifies elements traveling in all directions.

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