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Ablutions

The perfect space for one’s morning ablutions.

Via Velvet & Linen.

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The Wave Building

The Wave Building, waterfront apartments built in the 1970s, La Baule, France.

Via Mid-Century Modern Freak.

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Muller Van Severen

Lightweight seating by Muller Van Severen in a concrete house by architect Marc Corbiau.

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Menu

A taste of the new Menu concept store in Copenhagen. Designed by Norm Architects.

Via emmas designblogg.

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House La Punta

House La Punta

House La Punta, Mexico, by Central De Arquitectura.

Via Decoist.

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My kind of bathroom

Let me count the ways this is my kind of bathroom.

Via The Gifts of Life.

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Tinshed

Tinshed

Raffaello Rosselli transformed a dilapidated, window-less two-storey tinshed into a light-filled office and studio in Sydney, Australia.

“The project embraces that it will continue to change with time through rust, decay and repair.”

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Kunsthaus Graz

Affectionately known as the Friendly Alien, the Kunsthaus Graz, by Sir Peter Cook and Colin Fournier, is a modern art museum located right in the his­toric centre of Graz, Austria.

Via iGNANT.

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Planter brick

Planter brick

Planter Bricks, by Emerging Objects, are custom designed concrete masonry units that can hold plants and vegetation. The planter bricks have the potential to counter the heat island effect in big cities through evapotranspiration and pollution conversion. The plants in the wall help mediate the temperature of the microclimate surrounding the building, buffer sound and help filter the air.

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N House

The exterior of N House, by Japanese architecture firm TOFU, is clad in cedar panels in three different shades of greyscale.

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