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LeJeune Residence

Designed by Architecture Open Forum, LeJeune Residence is a beautiful house located in the heart of the Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough of Montreal, Canada, one of the city’s most creative neighborhoods. Originally built back in 1890, the house was recently restored to perfection with a unique and contemporary minimalist style. The duplex house was transformed  into a single-family residence with open living spaces, flexibility in the use of rooms and an interior architecture that opened to an exterior garden. All furniture is tailored to the occupants needs with a simple but elegant taste.



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HUSK ARMCHAIR

The Husk Chair was designed by Patricia Urquiola for furniture store B&B Italia. It consists of a hardshell in Hirek and a series of soft cushions stitched together. Three styles of cushion are available, standard, large, and very large, you can also opt for a headrest. via...
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WATERVILLA | BY PLUS 31 ARCHITECTS | Image

WATERVILLA | BY PLUS 31 ARCHITECTS

Amsterdam is crossed by hundreds of channels, making it a perfect city for anyone living in the water. This modern house situated in De Omval, was designed by Dutch +31 Architects. The 200-square-foot house boat divided into two floors, features modern lines and has 2 bedroom apartments. Part of the house is submerged in water, the top floor has a big gap, providing natural light even under the water....
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CAKE DIVIDER | BY KLIPY

Small, simple, smart...we love it! The Cake Divider by Klipy, allows you to easily divide a pie/cake into equal slices! All you have to do is jam the little divider into the center of a cake, make the initial cut, then line up the guides according to the amount of slices you want, 6, 8, 10, or 12 equal sized pieces. Having a big party? Now you can make sure all your guests taste your delicious cake!...
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