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Sandra Robles Boesler has stripped away plaster in a Panama City apartment to create a raw aesthetic that is balanced with wood flooring and pastel decor.

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A network of subterranean concrete galleries forms the UCCA Dune Art Museum, which OPEN Architecture has completed in Qinhuangdao, China.

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ONDU crafts pinhole cameras from premium natural materials including bright ash and walnut wood. keen to fill the gap in the market for appealing durable pinhole cameras on the market, ONDU launched its first kickstarter campaign in 2013, positioning its design for a wooden pinhole camera as a device to be passed on for generations. more than one thousand early supporters later and ONDU realised a range of six different types, each one differing in size, price, and film format.
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kengo kuma‘s small hut is the winning entry of this year’s g-mark japan design award in the prefabricated housing category. building on jyubako, which kuma designed in 2016, the small structure has the potential to expand, allowing for the connection of multiple huts across a site.
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Archi-Union Architects has completed a conference centre on Shanghai's West Bund in just 100 days, using robot-assisted design and construction.

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Consider this fact: more than 500 billion single use disposable coffee cups are produced in one year, many of them plastic. Even paper cups currently produced largely aren’t recyclable, due to the plastic coatings that are used.
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a series of brightly colored, geometric volumes make up casa olabeunaga, a hawaiian residence designed by famed italian architect and designer, ettore sottsass. completed in 1997 the home is defined by its memphis style, with virtually everything in the home, from furniture and décor, to the dishes, flatware, glasses, and even the stationery, designed by sottsass. 
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Displacing jet fuel is a first step toward reducing the carbon footprint of flight.

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A stool containing secret storage and a laundry basket that rolls up are among 11 prototype products presented by young Finnish designers, for an exhibition at Helsinki design fair Habitare.

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aiming to introduce style into the culture of prefabricated houses, california-based designer gavin rea proposes ‘tenka’, a minimal, modular solution providing flexible structures to suit different needs. based on a single model, the configurations vary in floor space and balcony layout, allowing — depending on the size — for an extra bedroom or office.
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The Shoreditch Design Triangle is a loose association of shops, exhibitions and showrooms, united by little more than geography, but it always serves up something wonderful, and often something pretty weird too. Starting with the latter, London-based Mexican designer Fernando Laposse transformed the entrance to CitizenM’s Shoreditch hotel into Sisal Sanctum – an outdoor seating area protected by pretty gloomy looking “giant guardians” – all entirely made out of sisal, a natural fiber harvested from a species of Agave cactus found in the South of Mexico.
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If you’re looking for a more unique place to lay your head on your next trip to London, look no further than the Boathouse London, a stylish floating hotel docked on a city canal. Created in partnership with home design brand Made, this bespoke botel and event space on the water was fashioned as “an industrial-style barge turned contemporary bolthole” with help from interior designer Katie Hanton. Kitted out in Scandinavian-inspired style, the chic getaway comes with customizable experiences, from a boat driver who can steer you around the canals to a special dinner prepared by a local chef.
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Tala co-founder Joshua Ward sets out his company's mission to be commercially successful while having a positive impact on the environment in this movie Dezeen produced for the London lighting brand.
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World War I was a horrible time – many people died and some of those who survived, were left severely disfigured. After the doctors had done all they could, the survivors were left bearing their scars. But one woman Anna Coleman Watts Ladd decided to help.
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belgian architecture practice dmvA was commissioned to transform the existing ‘care lab’, a part of vives north university in bruges. covering the spaces with timber and concrete, the architectural concept is based on the contemporary vision of education, stimulating cross-pollination between the different fields.
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Iconic Danish brand Fritz Hansen collaborated for the first time with Japanese design studio nendo on a dining chair that combines both Danish and Japanese qualities. The N01™ chair has a minimalist feel yet it comes together like a complicated puzzle comprising 23 veneer and solid wood pieces. The chair falls perfectly into the Fritz Hansen family while pushing the boundaries when it came time to actually make it.
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