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Sold out within hours, CAKE’s new, limited edition electric motorbike—made in collaboration with London’s Buster + Punch—launched today and looks like it rode in from the future. The £18,000 vehicl…

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Inhabitat

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It may be small, but it delivers big on ambiance, Danish design and recycled materials. Check out the KAJ Hotel, a tiny home and houseboat all in one.

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Blocks of pastel-coloured tiles overlap across the walls and floors of this spa in Switzerland, designed by local studio Bureau to reflect the serenity of “floating naked in a highly salted water pod”.

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Part interior design, part technical lighting solution, Dash Linear by Graypants is one project you have to check out.

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Design Boom

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the denizen archetype 3D printed office pod is designed with every detail considered, to provide users with the ideal workspace environment.

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To boldly sit where no one has sat before.

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Part of Dezeen x The Mindcraft Project, Chair 02 shows young Danish studio Archival Studies taking an architectural approach to furniture design.

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Architecture and design office Out of the Valley has completed a wooden holiday cabin on a farm in Devon, England, featuring a mono-pitched roof and sliding doors that open onto a sheltered veranda.

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In a city characterized by fast population growth, Amsterdam residents are beginning to entertain alternative living situations. Enter Schoonschip, a sustainable floating neighborhood located on the Johan van Hasselt Canal in a former industrial area. Local architecture firm i29 has created a striking floating home with a small footprint inside the community.

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For decades Antarctica hosted only the simplest huts as human shelters – but architecture in the coldest, driest, windiest continent is getting snazzier.

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Canadian architect Natalie Dionne has completed a forest retreat in southeastern Quebec, which is raised up on stilts to meet the level of the rocky landscape.

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Austin-based Mckinney York Architects has completed its second micro-house for the Community First! Village, a program by Mobile Loaves & Fishes to uplift people experiencing chronic homelessness in Austin with affordable, sustainable tiny homes. As with the firm’s first project for the community, Mckinney York Architects teamed up with Bailey Eliot Construction to design, underwrite and build a permanent new home for a Community First! resident.

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Design Boom

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Designed by hungarian architect antti lovag in the 70s, ‘palais bulles’ (bubble palace) is a 1200 sqm house in the south of france comprising a cluster of interwoven bubble spaces. the iconic dwelling was built between 1979 and 1984 for french industrialist pierre bernard, and was bought in 1992 by the late fashion designer pierre cardin. the theoule sur mer villa is currently for sale, and includes ten bedroom suites decorated by contemporary artists, gardens, water ponds, a swimming pool and a 500-seat outdoor auditorium overlooks the sea while facing the breathtaking bay of cannes.

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NIKKEN SEKKEI has renovated the ARAKAWA office building on a prominent corner plot in nishi-shinbashi, tokyo's historic business district.

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Swiss brand Freitag has created a shop in Zurich, which is a “micro-factory” where customers can help make their own bag out of recycled tarpaulins.

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