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Ceramic House | By Hector Ruiz-velazquez

Located in Madrid-Spain, this is an amazing attic space conversion of an early 20th Century building. It is a creation of Spanish Architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez, and he designed it as a three-dimensional object you can move arround at different heights going up and down freely across the numerous levels. Via Contemporist



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JERO TENT | BY TRAKKE | Image

JERO TENT | BY TRAKKE

Outdoors company Trakke, have redesigned the traditional yurt for the modern age. Named Jero, the tent is inspired by traditional yurts, but has been refined to minimise weight and increase packability, it is built to pack small, so you can move it in your car or even by bicycle trailer! Jero is made from marine plywood, a lightweight material with inherent strength and ability to withstand harsh environments, and features a waterproof canvas cover. Also check o...
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PAINT DRIP TABLE | BY JOHN NOUANESING | Image

PAINT DRIP TABLE | BY JOHN NOUANESING

The "Paint or Die But Love Me” Table designed by John Nouanesing seems to be melting. And if not melting, than not even solid in the first place, but rather a paint spill suspended in motion. It´s to bad we can´t order one, so far it’s only in the conceptual art stage....
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CIRCULAR CALENDAR

This beautiful and original wall calendar was designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The Circular Calendar is size A0 (33.11 x 46.81 inches) and lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hour...
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