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Stelton Wall Clock

Designed by the German duo, Jehs & Laub, the minimalist Stelton Wall Clock has a unique, graphical look, and the absence of traditional clock casing creates the illusion of floating on the wall. Made from aluminum and painted in matt black, the stylish clock features a minute arm that is linked with a thin circle that forms the clock face, casting an attractive shadow on the wall. Creating a recognizable outline of a clock but without many of the traditional wall clock components, the creative design transforms a classic timepiece into a conversation starter.



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SPA HOUSE | BY METROPOLIS DESIGN | Image

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 lev...
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AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES | Image

AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES

A very Minimal yet functional house was projected by japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa. This stunning home is located in Okinawa, Japan, and features two main living areas. One main area features one big open space composed of a living room, a bedroom, and the dinning room, while the the other are is composed by the kitchen, bathroom and study room all in succession. via archdaily....
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CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS | Image

CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS

Olson Kunding Architects are the minds behind the idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Using a beautifully designed system of pulleys, the massive window can be easily operated by a small child....
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