It's Nice That

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Based on the shapes of sailing, cycling, athletics, gymnastics, rowing and swimming, the six prints hark back to iconic Olympic designs of the 1960s.

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Design Boom

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denpaku the beachfront mijora by atelier tekuto and amami design firm is a complex of thirteen origami-like concrete villas in the amami archipelago, japan.

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tatzu nishi is the subject of a solo exhibition at ANOMALY in tokyo titled 'the real reasons for unbreakable habits and how to deal with them'.

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Muji has launched a single-storey prefabricated home called Yō no Ie that features a large outdoor deck to encourage indoor-outdoor living.

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the temporary shop has been designed by yusuke seki around the guiding concept of 'minimal intervention, maximum effect'.

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kaniue architects has built the kugenuma-y house in japan, as a 15-meter tall, reinforced concrete structure with a steel ramp wrapped around it.

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the elongated, slender shape, gives the notion of it being a wound in the ground, parting lips, or an accidental cut into the earth. 

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The Guardian

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The 50s and 60s saw a burst of intense innovation in French cinema, a spirit reflected in the bold film poster designs of the time

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Lifehacker

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Last year, we wrote about the troubling problem of Airbnb rentals with hidden cameras, spying on guests. (Back in April, a family even found a hidden camera live-streaming their stay at an Airbnb in Ireland.) But in our latest edition of Hack or Wack, we ask another important, related question: Would you willingly book a cheap hotel or Airbnb, knowing you’d be live-streaming your entire stay on YouTube?

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Design Boom

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a group of scientists have discovered 143 previously unknown 'geoglyphs' in peru using artificial intelligence and satellites to uncover ancient drawings.

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designyoutrust

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Harry Potter fans got a little giddy when JR East announced that Ueno Station in Tokyo would open up a “Platform 13½” in order to accommodate the new Train Suite Shiki-Shima, a luxury train that features observation platforms, private suites, high class restaurants, and foot baths.

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The Guardian

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Why has an estate agency that specialises in design-led properties built such a big online following? Because it offers escapism at a time of towering property prices

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Wired

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A decades-old idea is finally getting a chance to shine—that is, a chance to send sunshine harvested by a satellite down to Earth.

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