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Ultra Sustainable Vicino House | By Forma Design Group

Perched on the bluffs of Pacific Palisades, California, the Vicino House by Forma Design Group features spectacular 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Bay. Originally built in the mid 1950’s, this major "gut" rehab adds new square footage to the original structure and incorporates a range of exceptional design features emphasizing green products and energy efficiency throughout the home.



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BUSTER + PUNCH FURNITURE HARDWARE | Image

BUSTER + PUNCH FURNITURE HARDWARE

British design label Buster + Punch make extraordinary items for everyday use, we are big fans of their gorgeous LED bulbs and matching Heavy Metal Pendants. They have now added a collection of solid metal kitchen handles, cabinet pulls, door handles and accessories with their usual classy industrial look. Every piece is built from rare and solid metal and finished with their signature, diamond-cut, knurling pattern to feel amazing with every touch....
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MARCH 2022 WORKSTATION

The world pandemic has more people working from home than ever. To give yourself the best chance of being productive, you need to create an organized home workstation. The workstation is a sacred place where many of us spend most of their day. For this ultimate dream desk setup we focus on gear to make your office space functional, clutter-free, and showcase products to help you work in a more ergonomic environment, and of course, put them all together in a nice cle...
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AL HOUSE | BY STUDIO ARTHUR CASAS | Image

AL HOUSE | BY STUDIO ARTHUR CASAS

This spectacular residence was designed by Brazilian Architectural studio Arthur Casas. Located in Rio de Janeiro, the 5,200-square-foot dream house is set around lush vegetation and over the iconic landscape clinging to a slope of the Pedra da Gavea dome. The house features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels that open onto an amazing infinity pool with breathtaking views of the dramatic scenery.  More photos after the jump...
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