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Impressive House In Cape Town | By Saota

We have done some features on SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects) in the past, the South African Architecture studio always impresses us with their mind blowing minimalist projects. Another example of their work is this home located in the affluent suburb of Bantry Bay, in Cape Town, South Africa. The house is on a cliff-top with with all rooms facing the spectacular sea view, but the stand out feature of the home has to be the amazing infinity pool and sunken lounge. via

Other masterpieces by SAOTA:
First Crescent   Nettleton 199 house   Victoria 73 house




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SHELL CHAIR | BY HANS J WEGNER | Image

SHELL CHAIR | BY HANS J WEGNER

Danish designer Hans J. Wegner created this stunning 3 legged chair for Carl Hansen & Son in 1963. Sometimes called "The Smiling Chair", the three-legged construction provides absolute stability; the chair achieves a floating lightness due to its wing-like seat and the arching curves of its tapered legs. This comfortable masterpiece is a marvel of grace and beauty....
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FINCUBE | BY STUDIO AISSLINGER | Image

FINCUBE | BY STUDIO AISSLINGER

Fincube is a project by Berlin based Architecture company "Studio Aisslinger". The concept is a modular, sustainable & transportable low-energy house. The example created is a 47sq m residence, 1200m above sea level near Bozen in Northern Italy, with a beautiful view of the famous Dolomite mountains. It is made mostly with local materials and is energy efficient. The idea of the concept is a sustainable nomadic house, meaning it can be easily disassembled, trans...
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MOON LUNAR GLOBE

Moon Lunar Globe is an exact 3D replica of the earthīs satellite, especially its surface, made from Imagery and data recovered by Nasaīs Lunar Orbiter that explored the moonīs surface. It features a rotating electrical arm that aims to mimic the sunīs reflection on the lunar surface through its ring of LED lights, thus providing a more moonish light, which some might find more inspiring or soothing. This movement also displays all the lunar phases letting us accurat...
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