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The Freshwater House | By Chenchow Little Architects

Designed by Chenchow Little, the Freshwater House is a surfer/beach lover’s dream, right next to the beach. The Freshwater House developed the idea of the operable façade to mediate between the requirements for privacy and shading on a relatively public site adjacent to the…  beach. The resulting building is made up of three distinct parts; a podium base, a garden/ living space, and a bedroom volume clad with operable screens; each designed with unique spatial and material qualities.



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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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MARC | COFFEE TABLE & MAGAZINE RACK

Marc Coffee Table by Quattria was designed by Barcelona-based product designers Gauzak. The versatile product is both a coffee table and magazine rack at the same time. The glass top cleverly slides smoothly over the top of the table so you can access the magazines that are held by cross bars. Gauzaks "Marc Coffee Table" is available from Quattria in several colors....
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CIRCULAR CALENDAR 2015

The Circular Calendar is a beautiful and unusual wall calendar designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The A0 size calendar lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north ...
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