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Dominican Republic Residence | By A-cero Architects

Located in a dream location, more precisely in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic this project was designed by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres of the studio A-cero. The result is a stunning harmony between the idyllic landscape, and the simple and bright materials used both inside, and outside.



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WALD PLUG LAMP

Wald Plug Lamp could be your first step into the minimal aesthetic movement. Something simple, smart, that provides a "clean” look. The elegant "floor lamp” requires no wires, it fits into a light socket without any additional support or base, allowing you to quickly move it around the house if you want to. It´s a great mix of modern and classic, metal and wood, a winning combination that results in a piece of exquisite taste and build quality. You can choose betwee...
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MORNING MUG

Morning Mug is a fun, temperature-sensitive mug. The mug changes its appearance once you pour something hot into it! The clever design by Damion O´Sullivan reflects our morning mood before and after a cup of coffee. When cold the Morning Mug displays a sleepy face, after pouring a hot liquid the mug slowly  "wakes up”! ...
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INDOOR DOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. Their collection features some very original pieces of furniture including this vintage desk, made with a recycled door. The table besides beautiful is very practical and versatile, when closed it can be used as a dining table for 8 people, and if opened can be used as a functional work desk. Inside you´ll find three recycled rawhide ...
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