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Camshaft Lamp | By Classified Moto

Classified Moto besides doing some serious motorbike conversions also make some very cool pieces of furniture, we have showcased some in the past. They have added some new pieces to the collection, including this "Camshaft Lamp", a sleek and simple lamp that combines a well-used brake rotor with a vintage Japanese camshaft! Great use again, rescuing old motorbike parts from rusting away...



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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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TRE CONCRETE TILES

Tre is a modular concrete tile series with limitless application possibilities. The minimal tiles invite architects and designers to create their own surface design statements, giving them the ability to easily create intriguing and visually stunning designs. The series features 4 distinct faceted triangular tiles, which can be displayed independently or as modular elements in a larger geometric pattern concept, allowing for tiered creations that work with light, sh...
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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSEBOAT

Anchored in a small canal on Mission Creek in San Francisco, California, lays this beautiful modern contemporary floating home designed by Robert Nebolon Architects. Envisioned by a pair of adventurous first-time homeowners, the 2,100-square-foot floating house was built in a Sausalito boatyard, and then towed across the San Francisco Bay safely to its slip on San Francisco’s Mission Creek where it now proudly resides. Everything has a contemporary touch, starting w...
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