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Las Palmeras Peru | Greg Wright Architects

Las Palmeras is a breathtaking project by Greg Wright Architects. These 2 holiday houses on the coastline of Peru which sit prominently at the top of a rock cliff overlooking the beach and ocean, are anchored into the rock with a stone sculptural plinth rising up to the living levels, concealing a basement floor below.




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FLAPOT

Winner of the RedDot design award, Flapot is a durable and foldable, stainless steel cooking pot developed for cooking on camping and trekking tours. The ultra slim, lightweight, portable Flapot is designed to be folded into a pot like folding a metal plate as origami. Made from 100% special stainless steel it can be easily put into a backpack improving the portability extremely. watch the video...
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BOSTON HOME

Developed by Alan Christ Architects, this stunning 4,200 SF house in located in Boston´s South End. It is an unique restoration of an existing building which was constructed in 1899, and at first appears to be two contrasting houses standing side by side due to its unusual facade treatment. The interior also suffered a complete reconstruction with emphasis on an industrial look, with materials that are strong and bare such as structural steel, raw concrete, unpainte...
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MONTECINTO RESIDENCE | BY BARTON MYERS ASSOCIATES

The Montecito Residence by Barton Myers Associates Located in the hills above Montecito, California is an architectural masterpiece. The Architects designed the home to feature sliding glass walls and windows, allowing the local breezes to cool the home on warmer summer days. The house takes full advantage of the indoor-outdoor living made possible by California Coast’s mild climate. Designed specifically without air-conditioning, it is cooled exclusively by cross-v...
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