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Meera House | By Guz Architects

Guz architects, and their incredible homes, are no strangers to Bless This Stuff. We have already shown you the incredible lush Fish house and Tangga house. Now we bring to you the Meera house. Facing the coast of Singapore’s Sentosa Island, the Meera house is built around an open air stairwell that floods the house with tropical ocean breezes, allowing its resident to take full advantage of the Singapore’s spectacular climate.

By: Tito Heiderer




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ARCHIPOD GARDEN OFFICE | Image

ARCHIPOD GARDEN OFFICE

Would you like to commute to your office every day by just walking to the end of your garden? The way people work is changing - the cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, as advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to travelling to an office everyday. The ‘Pod’ is primarily suited to use as a garden office, but could easily be adapted to anything you choose....
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FLYTE LEVITATING LIGHT | Image

FLYTE LEVITATING LIGHT

Flyte is a levitating light which magically hovers in midair! The LED light bulb defies gravity by floating above a wooden base by magnetic levitation. This futuristic take on the Edison bulb also rotates slowly in the air, adding even more mystery to this extraordinary object. To add to the coolness factor, you turn it on/off with a simple touch of the base. Check out the video below to see it in action. Learn more from Flyte, or purchase now from the MoMA Store...
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HOUSE IN TORRES VEDRAS PORTUGAL | BY PEDRO GADANHO | Image

HOUSE IN TORRES VEDRAS PORTUGAL | BY PEDRO GADANHO

This is a very original house in Torres Vedras, Portugal. It was designed by Portuguese Architect Pedro Gadanho, all the details and bright colors applied are very unique. It has original objects scattered around, they are functional as well as aesthetic. The giant pill, for example, is the childrens bathroom. The house is composed of twelve environments spread across two floors. Check out the photos, definitely worth a look....
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