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Quinta Patino Residence | By Frederico Valsassina

Designed by Portuguese architect Frederico Valsassina, this spectacular contemporary house is located in the private condominium of Quinta Patino, in Estoril, Portugal. The 7,535 square foot home features a 2-story layout with living spaces within a modular arrangement of several open air compartments cut out of the simple rectangular design. These openings give strategic views of the beautiful and abundant vegetation.



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TravelScratcher

If you enjoy traveling, you probably keep track of the places you have visited, on a wall map with pins, on a notebook, or maybe on a website or app. Today we bring you another fun solution, the wall-sized TravelScratcher map allows you to scratch off the locations you’ve visited, revealing the colorful background and geographical detail beneath. It shows your unique adventures, making it a personalized decoration piece for everyone....
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LOOP TEA STRAINER | BY KINTO

The Loop Tea Strainer is a multiple award winning design by Kinto, it revisits the traditional strainer and has a contemporary flair to it. The minimalist strainer allows you to scoop the tea without the use of a teaspoon, simply fill it up with your favorite tea, slide it close and place it in a cup with hot water. It also includes a convenient stand for resting the strainer and avoiding drips on the table. Love tea? check out our popular roundup for the Tea...
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HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS

Called House V, this modern and eye-catching residential building was built by Jakob Bader Architects in Unterföhring, Germany. It´s simple and uncluttered but no less remarkable for its bright red color. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the house’s wide upper story cantilever which provides ample protection from the elements. This cantilever houses a large study and underneath it the main entry to the house and also a separate entry which is...
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