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Trojan House Melbourne | By Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Located in Melbourne Australia this is a modern Trojan home by Jackson Clements Burrows architects. The owners added a 1,700-square-foot extension to what was once a 1,000-square-foot Edwardian-style home. hree kids bedrooms and a bathroom were placed cantilevering above the garden, above a large living space and an amazing looking kitchen. The crazy cantilevered design is quite a risk but looks stunning.



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AMAZING RON RON HOUSE | BY ARCHITECT VICTOR CANAS | Image

AMAZING RON RON HOUSE | BY ARCHITECT VICTOR CANAS

Amazing project by Costa Rican architect Victor Canas. The Ron Ron Casa(House) is a 4,500 square foot house located on a dramatic site with breathtaking views. Costa Rica´s climate allows for living outside as much as you do in, with this in mind, Victor Canas eliminated virtually any borders between these two worlds. via Freshome...
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HOME SPA | BY JACUZZI SASHA | Image

HOME SPA | BY JACUZZI SASHA

Nothing like sasha existed before. A sauna, an emotional shower, a hammam in one space. Now it does: a new concept born from the encounter between the expertise and technology of Jacuzzi and the creativity and experience of architect and designer Alberto Apostoli. Today you can enjoy and share with others a real wellness centre at home, with a contemporary design,professional performances, ideal dimensions that are so compact as to fit in any environment....
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BB-8 DROID | BY SPHERO | Image

BB-8 DROID | BY SPHERO

With all of the excitement surrounding the new Star Wars movie "The Force Awakens” set to hit big screen in December, the merchandising blitz has began. One of the first official toys to break cover is this awesome BB8 droid by Sphero, an app-enabled robot that displays a range of expressions based on your interactions. The adorable little droid features a little magnetically-levitating head, and allows users to drive it around by simply tilting their phone or table...
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