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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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JAFFA APARTMENT | BY PITSOU KEDEM ARCHITECTS | Image

JAFFA APARTMENT | BY PITSOU KEDEM ARCHITECTS

The stunning Jaffa Apartment features contemporary minimalism architecture imbedded in a historic residence in Old Jaffa, Tel-Aviv - Israel. Designed by Israeli-based Pitsou Kedem Architects, the 100 square meter residential flat is set above the harbor and has majestic views of the Mediterranean Sea. The restoration maintained all of the building´s original characteristics: the stone walls, the segmented ceilings and the arches including the exposure of the origina...
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ROOK TINY HOUSE

The tiny house trend is officially here to stay. Tiny houses are relatively easy to build and move from place to place, and many people are rejecting more spacious dwellings in favor of pared-down, efficient homes. "Wind River Tiny Homes” are unlike any tiny houses you´ve ever seen before, they´re luxury homes, completely customized to suit the owner. The perfect example of their work is "The Rook", a very high end custom home that is 22 ft long with a 2 ft bump out...
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WOODSMAN AXE COFFEE TABLE | DUFFY LONDON

"Woodsman Axe Coffee table" was designed by London designer Chris Duffy, he is part of a group of London designers that got together with a theme, Brothers Grimm , to exhibit and create events with their personal work. Each event is based on a Brothers Grimm tale. ...
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