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Cliff House

Perched 600 meters above sea level in Japan's Omine mountain range, the Cliff House by architect Masato Sekiya redefines weekend retreats. Designed as a holiday villa for a fishing enthusiast couple, the house cantilevers six meters over a steep slope, blending harmoniously with the surrounding environment. Facing challenges of limited space, Sekiya's solution involved sinking the structure into the ground and extending it over the Ten River. The innovative design, anchored by a reinforced concrete frame, achieves a 6-meter cantilever with a balanced structure. The interior, partitioned for optimal natural light, seamlessly connects to the lush forest and river views. This concrete masterpiece is a harmonious blend of architectural ingenuity and natural splendor.

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Record Display I is a beautifully handmade vinyl record display built with solid walnut, and with brass details, by Japanese furniture maker Kai Takeshima in Montreal, Canada. Finished with oil for a sleek look, the elegant display features six different compartments capable of holding approximately 290 records in total, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated....
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Henson AL13 Razor

There are lots of great razors out there, with similar designs. But an overlooked aspect is how precisely they are made. The Henson Razor is designed to present the blade at the optimum shaving angle, with as little blade exposure as possible. The blade is exposed only 0.0013 inches - roughly a third of the thickness of a human hair. That is extremely difficult to manufacture, luckily, the team at Henson have been building parts for aerospace projects like satellite...
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Developed by Alan Christ Architects, this stunning 4,200 SF house in located in BostonĀ“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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