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Mexican Beachfront Cabana

Named SAJ III, this impressive beachfront holiday residence is embedded into a rugged hillside covered in vegetation and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Located on the west coast of Mexico in the town of San Juan de Alima, the house and swimming pool are meant to feel integrated into the site, which is blanketed with vegetation, and slopes down toward a beach and the sea. The awesome pool is truly the focal point and the finest feature of the project. It was designed to appear as if it were a natural tide pool filling and emptying as the tides ebb and flow, which is why it seems so right for the location. watch the video below



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FISHSCAPE FISHBOWL | Image

FISHSCAPE FISHBOWL

The super cool Fishscape Fishbowl was designed by Aruliden for Gaia and Gino. The unique fishbowl features a interior that evokes the feel of a mountain range. It is handmade and capable of holding 2.5 gallons of water. Also check out this other original fishbowl, the Condo Fishbowl. ...
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NETTLETON 199 HOUSE | CAPE TOWN | Image

NETTLETON 199 HOUSE | CAPE TOWN

Nettleton 199 is an absolutely breathtaking house designed by SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). We are big fans of SATA, we have featured before the "First Crescent", a stunning minimalist home also in South Africa. Nettleton 199 is positioned in Cape Town, on the side of Lionís Head and has fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean, it was designed to maximize the connection with the view and the sea and to create a garden beside the mountain located ...
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JAPANESE LAKESIDE HOUSE

This unusual property in Japan uses five interlocking levels to create multiple viewing platforms both inside and outside the property. Designed by architecture studio Sugawaradaisuke, this unique lakeside house is something truly refreshing and modern  imbued with a sense of freedom. The timber retreat features clever details such as a countertop that flows from the kitchen into the living room floor, and floors that double as furniture. There is also an uncle...
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