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Amazing Minimalist House In Japan | By Shinichi Ogawa & Associates

A very Minimal yet functional house was projected by japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa. This stunning home is located in Okinawa, Japan, and features two main living areas. One main area features one big open space composed of a living room, a bedroom, and the dinning room, while the the other are is composed by the kitchen, bathroom and study room all in succession. via archdaily.



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INDUSTRIAL WORK DESK | Image

INDUSTRIAL WORK DESK

Another great online store we came across on Etsy, Urban Wood Goods is owned by Erin Norton True, she makes "Industrial Modern Reclaimed Wood Furniture", she discovers items at estate sales,flea markets, and old barns. She then makes furniture pieces with historical "old growth" salvaged wood. Our pick is this simple desk with mid century hairpin legs, locker basket drawer and slide out keyboard tray. Everything is made to order, and you can arrange with Erin custom...
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NEMO STARGAZE RECLINER CHAIR | Image

NEMO STARGAZE RECLINER CHAIR

The Stargaze Recliner Chair by NEMO is just the thing to get if you like to sit down, kick back, and hang looking at whateverís going on above you. Itís something between a classic hammock and a canvas chair, itís built tough, and will hold up to 300 lbs. It is made from water resistant stretch nylon fabric and aviation grade metal used for the poles that sustain it, keeping it steady even on rocky or sandy surfaces. Itís also reasonably light, around 6 pounds which...
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HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS

This spetacular vacation house was designed by Cadaval & Sola-Morales, the project seeks to recuperate the construction values of an old existing vernacular house which was made out of dry stone. Nestled into the mountainside on a former farm the building has windows along one side overlooking the valley and a tall window in the gabled end affording breathtaking views up the mountain....
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