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The Rainbow House | By Ab Rogers Design

Ab Rogers Design, in collaboration with DA.Studio, created the Rainbow House, a piece of living art. This fun house is situated on a busy street in London, so when you enter, it offers you a magical escape from the hectic reality. The house is a living artwork in which every corner offers a unique and magical discovery. In the master bedroom, a circular bed rotates into position so that you can look out any window. A trap door in the floor pops open to reveal a slide that zips you down to the living room below, an over-sized sofa creates a 12 x 8 meter soft piazza for playing, sleeping and living.



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BRUTAL BEASTS PRINTS

Award-winning digital production studio INK has created a stunning series of realistic plain body CGI posters designed to showcase some of the world´s most iconic racing cars in the purist way possible, with no livery or sponsorship. For their latest series, they pay homage to the golden era of rallying which was both a blessing and a curse. The result is a beautiful CGI image of a plain body against an ethereal white background to not overcomplicate the effortless...
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PATIO HOUSE

OOAK Architects were commissioned to create the perfect getaway on Karpathos, one of Greece’s most iconic islands. This breathtaking piece of residential design is a concrete holiday house that cantilevers over a rocky cliff to dramatic effect. Patio House seamlessly blends into the surrounding landscape, it features an optimal design that relies on minimalist principles and non-invasive placement, all while enhancing the rock-borne hillside through the house´s s...
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FLATMATE SECRETARY

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office....
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