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  • Gold fences placemat. Metallic gold gleams graphic on grey in an abstract print that reads like geometric code, power-loomed of 100% cotton. Dimensions: 19″Wx14″D Details: 100% cotton; Gold foil print; Machine wash; Made in India. Handy gold caddy. Modern home improvement at your service. Glam gold-plated metal toolbox constructs a refined industrial place for everything […]


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  • The Balloon Bowls are created by casting strong synthetic plaster into a balloon, after which a second balloon is inserted, and inflated. These two balloons act as flexible moulds, ensuring a unique shape for each and every bowl. Once the plaster is set, the balloons are removed, and a bowl appears. The colorants, which are […]


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K´Do Ding (Pres´N Thing) is designed by Coen van Ham. This foldable carton can be used as a vase, bin, bowl or box. It is designed during his graduation at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. When do you consider an object as a product and when does it more apear as a packaging? This product […]


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This project is about a 3 storey house (650 sqm) built in the 70’s in the north suburbs, that needed to be totally revised in order to house a couple with their 3 children and a significant contemporary art collection. The house situated on a very sloping site possessed a conscious distinctive 70’s Athenian typical […]


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“If museums are turning into supermarkets, why then should department stores not turn into museums?” “The Galleria Cheonan responds to the current retail climate in Asia, where department stores also operate as social and semi-cultural meeting places. Because of this, the quality of the public spaces within the building was treated as an integral aspect […]


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The bar-club is located where the balcony of the “Lumen” used to be: this former Lausanne cinema opened in 1908 then became the “ABC” in 1935. It was, at one time, one of the largest screens in Europe. In 1998, the cinema became the D! club, where the clubbing area took up the two spatial […]


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