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Fincube | By Studio Aisslinger

Fincube is a project by Berlin based Architecture company "Studio Aisslinger". The concept is a modular, sustainable & transportable low-energy house. The example created is a 47sq m residence, 1200m above sea level near Bozen in Northern Italy, with a beautiful view of the famous Dolomite mountains. It is made mostly with local materials and is energy efficient. The idea of the concept is a sustainable nomadic house, meaning it can be easily disassembled, transported and quickly rebuilt on a new site.



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CASA V

The Casa V was designed by Plan B Architects in colaboration with Mazzanti Architects, it´s located near Bogotá in Colombia. The house was designed to enjoy a native garden and a distant view of the wetland. The main feature of the house has to be the outdoor space, with a rooftop garden leading down to another spacious rooftop covered with a beautiful deck floor....
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FOLLYGRAPH INFOGRAPHIC POSTERS

Follygraph is a small design studio that specializes in beautifully designed infographic posters. The Infographics are inspired by the world around us and include posters such as "38 Ways to Make a Perfect Coffee" an extensive collection of coffee beverages and how to make them, "Types of Knives" a collection of kitchen knives and their purpose, and "Cooking Times" a handy cooking chart. ...
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TETRA SHED | GARDEN OFFICE

Who said that an office must always be formal and obvious? The project undertaken by David Ajasa-Adekunle, from London design studio "Innovation Imperative" called Tetra Shed brings a more relaxed work environment. One other advantage is that this unique design allows the office to be adapted any with ease, without requiring building work, often expensive and invasive. The new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular, check out these othe...
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