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Casa Corten | By Marcio Kogan

We bring you another stunning piece of architecture by revolutionary Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan. We have shown you the amazing Paraty house, now we show you "Casa Corten" located in São Paulo, Brazil. The house gets it´s name from it´s facade made of Corten weathering steel, giving it a stable rust-like appearance when exposed to the weather for several years. The interior has an impressive combination and interplay of glass, wood and stone. Other cool features are the outdoor fireplace and outdoor heated rooftop pool.



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NOOCITY GROWBED

Urban-style gardening is about growing your own food with limited space and creative resources. Rooftop and patio gardens create peaceful places for relaxation or contemplation, but they also provide a possibility to reconnect with the natural world through gardening. More people around the world are taking a look at urban farming to grow fresh and healthy food in their homes, and we have come across several solutions over the years, but none have caught our attenti...
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COODO MODULAR LIVING UNITS

Coodo are modular living units designed to provide housing on the surrounding of your choice, ground or water. German built, each prefab unit is customizable but generally comes with a comfortable bedroom, an open kitchen, a dining area and a complete bathroom. They’re also modular so you can assemble more units onto each other, should you need more housing area. The way you choose to assemble them is also up to you, make it larger assembling other Coodos horizontal...
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BARCELONA INDUSTRIAL LOFT

This spectacular loft apartment is a refurbishment of an old carpenter’s workshop located in Barcelona’s Poble Sec neighbourhood. Designed by Spanish architectural studio FFWD, the team defined that the main goal was to set up the space for habitation while preserving the existing structural components, and its charm and singularity. They restored the building´s brick and stone walls, the wooden beams in the ceiling, and covered the floor with a concrete lining. The...
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