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  • Check out the best 30 bathrooms in 2014 from the most famous designers and architects in the world! Luxurious, comfortable, modern, stylish and the new trends for 2015 just below! heri&salli | Viennese Guest Room Keir Townsend | Bramham Garden Ippolito Fleitz Group | Loft ESN Egue y Seta | Loft in Terrassa Brani & […]


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  • Located within the leafy suburb of Athol, Johannesburg, stands the latest contemporary stunner from Nico van der Meulen Architects. Designed by the highly acclaimed Werner van der Meulen, House Sar encapsulates luxury, comfort and functionality in a minimalist architectural setting. The clients approached Nico van der Meulen Architects with a modest single storey pitched roof […]


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When arriving at House Tat, the visitor can immediately understand the magnificence of this project, for the five storey house was redesigned and ingeniously transformed into a contemporary home. The building is located on a very steep and narrow site with 180° views to the east, which allowed the architectural design to take advantage of […]


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It is when referencing the old that one can truly begin to love the new. Pascale Girardin’s new collection of vases are no exception. Wishing to evoke the raw beauty of traditional glazes and loose brush strokes, the artist sought the help of wheel thrower Christian Roy, to make her vessels come to life. The foamy […]


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The competition rules required to design five buildings aligned along the Cardo that characterizes the entire masterplan EXPO 2015 until a large circular water lake. They consist in four two-storey linear buildings that contain various exhibition spaces, market and restaurant and the Italian Pavilion itself. This had to be develop in a square area of 57.5 meters […]


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