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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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CASA FOLHA | LEAF INSPIRED HOUSE BY MAREINES & PATALANO ARCHITECTS | Image

CASA FOLHA | LEAF INSPIRED HOUSE BY MAREINES & PATALANO ARCHITECTS

This stunning project sought inspiration in Brazilian indigenous architectures, the result of hot and humid climates such as the location of the house, Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro. Designed by Mareines & Patalano Architects, this beach home is covered by a giant leaf-shaped roof that protects every room in the house from the sun, as well as the spaces between them. These spaces represent the essence of the project, making it possible to interact closer with n...
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RING SOAP

We love a simple clever idea, Ring Soap is a ring shaped bar of soap that stays dry by hanging on a peg! The minimalist creation is by designer Sebastian Bergne, he was asked by a German brand to design a soap dish, and after much thought, he decided to redesign the soap instead. Ring Soap hangs on its peg and is always ready to use, remaining dry and therefore being consumed more slowly. And, it becomes a graphic element on the wall of your kitchen or bathroom. Cur...
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URBAN BEEHIVE | BY PHILIPS | Image

URBAN BEEHIVE | BY PHILIPS

Philips have created a stylish beehive that allows you to become a beekeeper inside your own house! The unconventional Urban Beehive consists of two parts, a tinted glass shell that houses the honeycomb frames and a flower pot with an entry passage to the glass vessel. You can then harvest the honey produced, simply pull on the smoke actuator chain to calm the bees before it is opened. Besides allowing us a glimpse into the fascinating world of these industrious cre...
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