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Floating House | By Mos Architects

Less is more, MOS Office translated into architecture all the simplicity of a landscape with trees, rocks and a huge frozen lake. Built on the icy waters of Lake Huron, in Pointe au Baril city in Ontario, Canada, is the Floating House, it demands more pictures than words. Made entirely of wood - as a continuation of the deck that connects to the nearby cliff - the residence floats on a steel frame sized to guarantee stability in the different water levels.



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SPRINGBAR CANVAS TENT | Image

SPRINGBAR CANVAS TENT

A camp classic since 1961, the Springbar tent is an icon of mid-century outdoor culture and design, and now gets a new life. This is the ultimate shelter for car camping, family camping, glamping adventures, and can easily be pitched by one person in just a few minutes. Made from mold and mildew-resistant cotton duck canvas that is watertight in wet weather yet highly breathable, the 8-person capacity tent relies on flex and tension to create a spacious (1...
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SRAM OFFICE

The SRAM office in Chicago is a bike commuter´s dream, it is quite possibly the World´s most bike-friendly office. SRAM, is one of the world’s leading bike component manufacturers, they live and breathe bicycles, and for their new office space, they commissioned a gorgeous, open, ultra-bike friendly design. Created by Perkins + Will, the new headquarters are in an old 72,000-square-foot 1920s-era cold storage building, and feature over 200 bike racks at the workstat...
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OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH

The Overflow bathtub series is designed in such a way that overflowing water is directed back into the tub which gives the bath the appearance of a natural waterhole. The concept resulted from the wish to combine the aesthetics of nature with the cultic character of bathing, and to give space to the element water in order to allow for all its possibilities....
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