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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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CAST IRON HOUSE

The spectacular Cast Iron House is a new condominium project in Tribeca, New York. Located at 67 Franklin Street, the breathtaking restoration was designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, and comprises 11 duplex residences and two mind-blowing twin duplex penthouses atop the 132-year-old cast-iron beauty in Tribeca. Each residence stands alone as a singular creation by Ban, all of which have cathedral-style double-height ceilings and private elevator en...
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FIVE PACK LAMP | BY INGO MAURER | Image

FIVE PACK LAMP | BY INGO MAURER

This original suspended lamp can be changed from 1 light configuration to another. You can choose from two positions, if all the reflectors are inside one another, the light is directed downward. If you extend the five reflectors the light is emitted between the reflectors. The lamp features a handle with a locking mechanism so that the  position of reflectors is adjustable....
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I-SOPOD FLOATATION TANK

Let your anxieties and stress simply drift away... The i-sopod floatation tank, is the purest form of relaxation, it was designed to transport you to a world of absolute calm and tranquility. With it´s sleek and stylish look almost spaceship like, the i-sopod is an impenetrable silent sanctuary....
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