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Laranjeiras House | By Fernanda Marques

Beautiful Beach Laranjeiras Residence, designed by Brazilian architect Fernanda Marques. The house is located in one of Brazilīs most gorgeous, natural beauty surroundings, Paraty, on the southern coast of Rio de Janeiro. With 950 mē, three suites and private access to the beach, this is definitely a dream home.



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FILMOGRAPHY OF CARS | Image

FILMOGRAPHY OF CARS

Petrol heads and movie fanatics rejoice! Artist Calm The Ham has designed a spectacular 24 X 36-inch litho print, featuring the iconic cars of film and television from 1929 to the modern day. The awesome "Filmography of Cars" print pays homage to all the truly iconic automobiles of Hollywood movies, it features over 71 intricately detailed hand-drawn illustrations of vehicles such as Batmanīs Tumbler, Knight Riderīs Pontiac, Ghostbusterīs vehicle, Herbie Beetle, Bac...
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HALLOWEEN PRODUCTS

Are you hosting a Halloween party of gothic proportions? With Halloween just a few days away, you still have time to surprise your guests with some cool, fun and creative products and props. Here are just few ideas to get you started, product details and photos after the jump. (list in no particular order)...
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TORQUAY CONCRETE HOUSE

A beautiful concrete house on the Victorian surf coast in Torquay, Australia. Idealised by Auhaus Architecture, the 4 bedroom family house has been designed as a walled sanctuary, opening up onto itself and allowing stunning views onto wetlands and a golf course. The material palette is rich and textured, and the combination of concrete and warm wood works wonders. The use of brass details along with marble and wood, add warmth to the natural concrete mass...
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