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Giona Aquarium Fish Bowl | By Alessandra Baldereschi

Very original design by Alessandra Baldereschi, the Giona Aquarium is a Fish bowl by Skitsch, it will look like your fish has swam in to the belly of a whale, inspired by Pinocchio maybe...This hand-blown work of art is a fun alternative to the regular boring aquariums, your kids will love it!



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SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL | Image

SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL

It is hard to imagine a better environment to build a shelter connected with nature. On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. Designer and creator of recycled furniture Pequenina Rodrigues, fell in love with the natural beauty of the surroundings and without hesitation, designed this divine shelter. The structure of the house is divided into four traditional fishing huts. In the main hut lies the living room...
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TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION | Image

TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION

OFTB(Out of the blue) is a a team of landscape architects, horticulturists and in-house pool builders based in Melbourne, Australia. They integrate contemporary landscape design with high quality construction of concrete swimming pools. Here we feature one of their stunning creations, a transparent pool from a house in Elsterwick, Melbourne....
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ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION | Image

ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION

Toronto based Architects Peter Tan and Christine Ho Ping Kong of  "Studio Junction", converted this contractor warehouse the ambition was to create a modern, affordable home and studio for a family of four - one which could successfully adapt to a mid-block or laneway situation, there is no typical front or back. The design of the house is generated by an emphasis on the views and activities of the interior courtyards, all the windows look inwards....
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