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Tennent Brown Architects

Tennent Brown Architects website

Love the website of New Zealand architectural practice Tennent Brown, in particular the stepped text treatment which reforms as you scroll.

Great design from New Zealand “digital outfitters” BKA.

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Raw bathroom

Via The Gifts of Life.

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BLOCD wine bottle

In 2014, Barcelona studio BLOCD gave as a present a special wine bottle wrapped in an illustration by Mario Pereda to all its clients and partners.

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Workspace of the week

Via Randomitus.

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Aesop: Taxonomy of Design

Aesop’s Taxonomy of Design microsite looks at their unique stores around the world, the designers behind them and the objects in them.

“Taxonomy of Design is a digital compendium of our signature stores which pays tribute to the creative processes, materials and features that distinguish Aesop spaces, and to the designers and architects with whom we collaborate. This archive is intended not only to document the creation of Aesop stores but also to celebrate a unique approach to retail architecture and design that is respectful of community, culture and history.”

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Fireplace love

Now that’s my kind of fireplace :)

Via The Gifts of Life.

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Modern bathroom

Via Luna.

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Bedroom love

The Apartment by the Line, SoHo.

Via samtakes.

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San Giobbe +160

San Giobbe +160

San Giobbe +160, Venice, Italy by Act_Romegialli.

Photo: Marcello Mariana.

Via.

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Frama Studio

Frama Studio

These images of Frama Studio capture that quintessential secret blend of raw, textured and warmth while still being clean simple and cohesive.  “Scandinavian” can so often be misinterpreted as minimal to the extent of becoming sparse and cold.

Frama studio shows how it is possible to have a functional space that still honours the beauty and materiality of the things that exist within it.

Via The Gifts of Life.

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