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Ceramic House | By Hector Ruiz-velazquez

Located in Madrid-Spain, this is an amazing attic space conversion of an early 20th Century building. It is a creation of Spanish Architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez, and he designed it as a three-dimensional object you can move arround at different heights going up and down freely across the numerous levels. Via Contemporist



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Tropicfeel Interior
Montegrappa Interior
Carol Bike Interior
XWerks Interior
Vindome Interior
Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
Wellen Interior
London Sock Interior
Oxford Hill interior
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MINIMALIST MOVIE POSTERS

These gorgeous minimalist posters are inspired by mid century designs and celebrate iconic movies. The posters stand out for a simple and humorous language, demonstrating great ingenuity and imagination, the designer strips the subjects down to their bare bones and brings them to life in vibrant and playful designs, covering a variety of subjects from cult movies, tv shows, music and sports. All posters are available in three sizes, and are printed on Artisan Thick ...
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STORY POOL HOUSE | BY LAKE FLATO ARCHITECTS | Image

STORY POOL HOUSE | BY LAKE FLATO ARCHITECTS

The Story Pool House is exactly what its name suggests, a beautiful hang out by the pool. Designed by Lake Flato Architects, the open air pavilion serves as a "sunrise to sunset” living room. Located in sunny Texas, the shelter is made from Texas limestone, steel, and wood, providing a shade from the scorching sun. The hideaway includes a kitchen, dining area, bath, and storage area. Also, a private deck under the vine covered arbor for the trailer and an inviting...
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KODAK WORLDS LARGEST PUZZLE | Image

KODAK WORLDS LARGEST PUZZLE

It can be a challenge to fill all the additional time you are spending at home, without becoming a Netflix-streaming zombie. If you are finding it hard to keep entertained, maybe you need a new challenge. How about putting together a good, old-fashioned puzzle? Kodak has unveiled a real challenge, they have just launched the world´s largest puzzle with a total of 51,300 pieces! Yes, that should be enough to handle the lockdown - and probably the rest of 2020 too. S...
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