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Victoria 73 House | By Saota

Another gem by one of our favorite Architecture studios. Victoria 73 is a stunning property designed by South African Architects SAOTA(Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). The house was designed for a family in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. The Architects created an environment so the family can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. The house is on a cliff, but protected from prevailing winds and enjoys spectacular sea views over Bantry Bay.

Also check out these amazing houses designed by SAOTA:
- First Crescent
- Nettleton 199




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BIKE BUTLER

Bike Butler is another great bicycle storage solution by Italian design studio Vadolibero, the same company behind the brilliant Bike Shelf. Bike Butler is the special "assistant” for those who love to ride their bike, it features a tube-shaped base for a free standing position, making it easy to move around, and includes everything you need to organize your bike and riding gear. A bicycle support, an ample drawer, a vertical space for hanging small items, a big hid...
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CLOCKWORK PENCIL SHARPENER

This cool, old-fashioned pencil sharpener will make your pencil sharpening a breeze. It has the look of a traditional wind-up key for clockwork mechanisms and a work-shop-tool aesthetic. Great product to combat the relentless drive of technology and bring back the forgotten pencil. Get it in Europe here...
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GRID HOUSE IN BRASIL | BY FORTE GIMENES & MARCONDES FERRAZ ARCHITECTS | Image

GRID HOUSE IN BRASIL | BY FORTE GIMENES & MARCONDES FERRAZ ARCHITECTS

The Grid House is a residence by Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Architects and it is located close to São Paulo,Brazil.Three main issues have guided the project conception: the demand for a single-story house, the wish to establish a direct relationship with the land and nature and also the need to provide privacy to the members of the family, with the main area located in one single building....
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