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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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OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH | Image

OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH

The Overflow bathtub series is designed in such a way that overflowing water is directed back into the tub which gives the bath the appearance of a natural waterhole. The concept resulted from the wish to combine the aesthetics of nature with the cultic character of bathing, and to give space to the element water in order to allow for all its possibilities....
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HOME OFFICE IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO | Image

HOME OFFICE IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO

Es Pujol De S´era is a beautiful single level home and work studio in Spanish island Formentera. Designed by Spanish architect Mariŕ Castelló Martínez, the 2,163 square foot retreat consists of an office and residential area with subtle divisions between work and play. The house inside is simple, bright and pure with focus drawn to the picture perfect views of the surrounding wheat and barley fields....
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TENT HOUSE

Designed by Sparks Architects, the unique "Tent House" is a stunning home with a retractable roof, located in the beautiful rainforest canopies of Verrierdale in Queensland. The award-winning house features a sail-like structure roof that is the dominant form of the design, a unique translucent tent membrane with five hundred square metres that opens out into nature, meaning residents can quite literally lie in bed and look at the stars. Sliding doors allow the hous...
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