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Ibuku Architecture

Ibuku Architecture is committed to the development of bamboo as a sustainable building material. Using only bamboo, they have constructed these incredible buildings for the renowned green school and adjacent green village in the Ayung River Valley in Bali, Indonesia. The master-planned community is inspired by the surrounding jungle and traditional Indonesian architecture, harboring an authentic connection between the residents and their surroundings.

By: Tito Heiderer




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Vindome Interior
London Sock Interior
Vaultskin Interior
Flint and Tinder Interior
Oxford Hill interior
Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
Cariuma Interior
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COURTYARD CABIN

This unique cabin is designed to establish continuity between the living spaces and the surrounding forest. Imagined by architect Lucas Maino Fernandez, Un Patio House sits on a remote and rugged site, in a very difficult location to access due to the dense vegetation, at the foot of the northern slopes of the Villarrica volcano in Chile, between the mountain range and the lake of the same name. In spectacular fashion, the architect created an interior void in the s...
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TIM3 MACHIN3

Tim3 Machin3 is a smart cooker with some really cool features developed to save you some time in the kitchen, to make your life easier and your food tastier. The cooker has a digital display that tells you what to do or what´s going on, you can set the timer so the cooking starts while you´re still asleep or before you get home, get the hot oatmeal to fill you up with energy in the morning or that comfort food that you love after a hard day at work. Its main featu...
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HINOKI ESSENTIAL KNIVES

Hinoki first caught our attention three years ago with their stunning S1 Gyuto Chef´s Knife. Now the Japanese brand is back on the scene with the release of a trio of new, more affordable kitchen cutlery known as the Essential Knives. The new range of knives focuses on three types of blades that have been designed to take on any kitchen job: the Chefs Knife, an iconic silhouette based on our renowned S1 Gyuto blade, and ideal for cutting fish, meat and vege, a Brea...
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