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Wood And Glass Washbasin

The Depth Basin by Italian brand Lago is the perfect blend of a thick wooden shelf and a transparent glass washbasin. The single washbasin brings an authentic piece of nature into the bathroom, the 8cm thick rustic Wildwood shelf has a central part taken out and features an inclined transparent glass sink that makes water magically flow, an effect also accentuated by the invisible and integrated drain. The visual effect is beyond cool. 



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Modular Pop-Up Studio

The way people work is changing - the cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, and advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to traveling to an office everyday. Mimima Moralia is a modular pop-up studio that is perfect for designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives alike. The naked minimalistic structure features a modular steel frame that creates...
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MALANGEN RETREAT

This beautiful family retreat located in Tromso, Norway, is an award-wining project by Architect Snorre Stinessen. The stunning Malangen Retreat draws inspiration mainly from the gorgeous landscape, it consists of a cluster of accommodation cabins located on a ridge rising from the fjord below and neighbor a lush forest. Each cabin is connected via in-between spaces that provide an experience of being outdoors and symbolizes the transition between spaces and functio...
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Stan T-Rex Skeleton

One of the most complete T-Rex skeletons ever found could be yours. That is if you have over 6 million dollars laying around. Going up for auction, STAN (named after his discoverer Stan Sacrison) is an approximately 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton that is widely regarded as one of the most complete fossil skeletons of its kind. Measuring a towering 13 feet high, and almost 40 feet long, the massive skeleton took over 30,000 hours of meticulous labor to co...
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