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Axor Starck Shower | By Philippe Starck

Designed by renowned designer Philippe Starck, the Axor Shower Collection by German Brand Hansgrohe is one of his most remarkable works. The luxurious stainless steel shower, has a device that mixes air with water, providing a more powerful shower. You can adjust the water flow with many spray styles, uninterrupted flow, soft rain, or whole-body jet. Its versatility allows to transform the shower into a personal spa.



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SURFSIDE RESIDENCE | BY STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS | Image

SURFSIDE RESIDENCE | BY STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS

The Surfside Residence, designed by Steven Harris Architects is a contemporary residence in Montauk Point, at the Hamptons. With views of dawn’s first light at Montauk Point to the setting sun over Shadmoor covered bluffs and the surf below, this ocean front modern masterpiece dissolves boundaries between interior and exterior. The house features stairs that lead down to a private beach with some of the county’s best surfing and fishing. This stunning pr...
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CONTAINER HOUSES | BY ADAM KALKIN | Image

CONTAINER HOUSES | BY ADAM KALKIN

Containers are already used by civil engineers as bedrooms or offices, but more recently many containers have been reused as temporary shops and studios for artists or designers. Now American Architect Adam Kalkin has revolutionized our idea of containers, he is expert in turning containers into very well decorated, sophisticated homes. In addition to inexpensive and easily transportable, another advantage is the time of execution. Check  out is work after the ...
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INDOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA | Image

INDOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. The beautiful Indoor Table is made from vintage exterior doors in solid Chestnut wood from 1800s. When opened, its a study desk with iron pockets, a wooden static drawer, a big sliding one and a movable iron tray. The drawer and the iron tray slide in both directions and can be used as an additional open surface to put things on. When...
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