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Ulisse Daybed

Ulisse Daybed is a beautiful lounger designed for your everyday chilling sessions, powernaps or meditating moments. One of its most interesting features is the solid brass reclining system, that easily and quickly enables you to, safely, decide the inclination you wish to get. Its wooden structure, although being modern and minimalist, has some oriental and African motifs, giving it a more out-of-the box look, which sets it apart from the more commonly seen on plain perpendicular structures. Built using great craftsmanship, attention to detail and premium materials, this elegant item could very well be a great add on to your home or office, letting you relax in style and boost up greatly your life quality.



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CHALET ANZERE

This spectacular "Swiss chalet” is a picture perfect retreat located in Anzère, Switzerland. Designed by SeARCH, the spectacular Swiss Alps minimalist chalet was built on a steep hillside plot and features three-levels, guest house downstairs, the main living areas in the middle and a private apartment on the top level. All floors open to a wide terrace with spectacular views over the snowy hills. The garage, accessible from the lower road, is connected to all level...
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SOLO HOUSE | BY PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN ARCHITECTS | Image

SOLO HOUSE | BY PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN ARCHITECTS

This house, designed by studio Pezo Von Ellrichshausens Architects, is part of of the Solo Houses project that gives young architects the opportunity to freely build (with the exception of the budget) whatever they want for a holiday home. This series is in the countryside of Matarraña in the province of Teruel, Spain. via designboom...
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OPENHOUSE | BY XTEN ARCHITECTURE | Image

OPENHOUSE | BY XTEN ARCHITECTURE

Built by the Xten Architecture studio, the OpenHouse lives up to its name as seen by the pictures. The elegant and beautiful interiors have full visibility to the outside world. The house was built on a challenging site, embedded into a narrow and sharply sloping property in the Hollywood Hills. The front, side and rear elevations of the house slide open to erase all boundaries between indoors and out, connecting the spaces to gardens on both levels....
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