stuff we drool about

Playing Arts

From the two of clubs to the ace of spades, each card in this beautiful deck has been individually designed by one of the 55 chosen international artists in their distinct style and technique. The idea of the Playing Arts project was to create a deck of unique playing poker cards, each one designed by the most talented designers and illustrators from all over the world, using their own individual style and technique. The end result is nothing short of spectacular.



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GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO | Image

GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO

This breathtaking work of architecture was named the House and Garden building, it is in Tokyo and was designed by visionary Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The building is an unusual sight in Tokyo and believe it or not, it is a private residence! The house has no facade and no interior walls, instead, there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of plants that define boundaries between spaces. The four-story house is only 26ft x 13ft ...
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UPSTATE LAKE CAMP | NEW YORK | Image

UPSTATE LAKE CAMP | NEW YORK

Our latest weekend retreat dream is this stunning rustic waterfront cabin in Upstate Lake Camp - New York. It was designed by rustic dwellings experts, Pearson Design Group, a company that specialises in projects from large multi-structure ranch and family camps to intimate, highly detailed retreats such as this. Not much more info on the project, but it sure looks like the perfect getaway from hectic New York city life... the photos are enough to drool over....
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CHRISTCHURCH HOUSE | Image

CHRISTCHURCH HOUSE

Located in Christchurch, New Zealand, this beautiful cedar-clad residence features four volumes of various sizes and proportions that each accommodate different functions. Set between them are a series of outdoor spaces designed to be used at different times of the day. Each of the four pavilions are connected by flat-roofed glass galleries, allowing large amounts of light in, and views to the courtyards out. Internally, the palette of materials was confined to natu...
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