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Casa Brutale | By Opa Works

Casa Brutale is a spectacular project by OPA Works, an ambitious concept home that sits inside a cliff above the aegean sea. The minimalist home is composed by three concrete walls that form the main living space, the roof is a crystalline pool made of reinforced glass, that also functions as a massive skylight that floods the interior with natural light. The huge top-to-bottom front glass facade lets in plenty of light and offers dramatic views of the ocean below.



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THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS | Image

THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS

"The Night You Left" is a set of four mirrored coasters, lined with digitally printed white powder reminiscent of cocaine lines. The coasters are by artist Nir Hod, he was inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings(currently in exhibition at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York). The edition will be available for sale at PK Shop from September 13, 2012....
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NUBE HAMMOCK SHELTER

If you regularly use a hammock on your outdoor adventures, you´ll probably know that a perfect hammock day is pretty dependent on weather, since they don’t provide their own shelter from the elements and insects. Sierra Madre tackled this problem and have developed the Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter, a ripstop nylon tarp that keeps you and your gear protected. The shelter also features a zip-up bug net, a gear storage section (holds up to 100 pounds of kit) and ...
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BOSTON HOME

Developed by Alan Christ Architects, this stunning 4,200 SF house in located in Boston´s South End. It is an unique restoration of an existing building which was constructed in 1899, and at first appears to be two contrasting houses standing side by side due to its unusual facade treatment. The interior also suffered a complete reconstruction with emphasis on an industrial look, with materials that are strong and bare such as structural steel, raw concrete, unpaint...
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