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Spa House | By Metropolis Design

Spa House is an impressive residence in Cape Town, South Africa. It was designed by Metropolis Design, they have a contemporary perspective and make projects both in architecture and interior design. Built on a mountain, this paradise home looks more like a luxury spa, water is an element with continuous presence in this space. The living areas were designed to allow a unique view of both the pool and the incredible surroundings. The Spa, located below the water level, has a direct view of the pool trough glass panels, providing a relaxing and mysterious effect.
 




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FLOYD PLATFORM BED

Floyd, an Ikea-alternative furniture maker from Detroit, and creators of the popular "Floyd Leg" have now presented the Floyd Platform Bed. The DIY bed is a minimal, easy-to-assemble bed frame that’s modular and fits into any bedroom, any space with ease. The bed ships easily and can be put together (or taken apart) in minutes, no tools required. Available in white and black, the steel brackets slide on and fit snugly along the edge of the wood panels. A tensio...
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AMAZING RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX SINGAPORE | BY SAFDIE ARCHITECTS | Image

AMAZING RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX SINGAPORE | BY SAFDIE ARCHITECTS

The Bishan Residential Development is the latest creation of the always surprising Moshe Safdie. The Bishan Central will consist of  approximately 500 apartments distributed in two towers of 38 floors spread on 12 thousand square meters. The two condominium buildings are linked by three walkways with gardens, pools and recreational space. This solution allows ventilation and natural light for the living spaces and greater interaction among residents. The apartm...
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BELOW THE BOAT WOOD CHARTS

Below The Boat was imagined by an American couple that love the underwater world, hence the name…they propose wooden charts to embellish your home/office, mixing land and water, of well known spots… but not any wooden charts, these are bathymetric charts, that tell you in detail the water depth of what you´re observing, you get the land contour, really well defined, and then the water and its random shapes in blue. The depth effect is really cool, and it does captur...
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