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Selgas Cano Architecture Studio

The inspiring studio of Selgas Cano Architecture in Madrid-Spain, serves as an inspiration for all who work there. Half of the office space is underground and the other half has glass ceiling, bringing nature closer to the employees. No matter if you´re inside or outside the view is fantastic. The photos are by Iwan Baan.



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BIKE SHELF | BY VADOLIBERO

Vadolibero is a Milan based startup dedicated to urban bikers, their Bike Shelf has been especially designed to transform one´s bicycle into an indoor sculpture or feature piece, allowing you to showcase your prized possession, giving it a deserved place of honor in your apartment....like a trophy in a glass jar. The modular structure allows you to park your bike keeping it in place using a stainless steel clamp that can be adjusted to accommodate every wheel and ha...
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NASA Visions of the Future Posters

NASA is giving away its spectacular vintage-inspired space travel posters for free! Back in the 1930s and ´40s, during the height of the Great Depression, artists designed posters for the Works Projects Administration to encourage travel to national parks and other tourist sites in the United States. NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory is taking a similar approach to promote a future of travel to other planets, and has unveiled a set of retro-style posters advertising t...
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MINI MUSEUM

Mini Museum is a new project currently taking Kickstarter by storm. Each mini museum is a handcrafted, individually numbered limited edition, portable collection of authentic and iconic curiosities carefully encased in resin, such as a piece of Lunar rock, T-Rex tooth, dinosaur egg, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of a meteorite, mammoth hair, a mount Everest rock, a piece of coal from the Titanic wreck, even a piece of dinosaur dung! Each mini museu...
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