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Posts tagged with ‘art and design’

  • QWERTY Sofa by ZO_loft

    By Charlotte Pratt on May 23, 2013
    Do you ever fall asleep on your keyboard? Architecture and design firm ZO_loft came up with the QWERTY Sofa based on the idea that at some point or another, we all do. The sofa bed is an ironic commentary on how, as a society, we can be constantly glued to our various keyboards. It features a remote control that allows [...]
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  • Take A Tour Of Rick Owen’s Paris Home

    By Alicia Hall on May 1, 2013
    Check out the starkly beautiful abode of famed fashion designer, Rick Owens. The California native turned expatriate, moved his home and studio to the heart of Paris. Now located in a 19th century building that formerly housed The French Socialist Party headquarters, Owens and muse Michele Lamy gutted the building down to it’s bare bones and renovated it with a [...]
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  • Le Petit Prince : A Conceptual Photography Series

    By Charlotte Pratt on April 23, 2013
    Luka, a twelve year old boy with the degenerative disease known as muscular dystrophy, wished to see himself doing things his physical capabilities would not allow. Slovenian photographer Matej Peljhan granted his wishes in his photo series entitled “Le Petit Prince.” Peljhan himself suffered a childhood accident that left him with diminished physical abilities, which has since inspired the work [...]
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  • Stunning Views Of The Mediterranean From The Aenaon Villas In Santorini, Greece

    By SP on April 1, 2013
    George Alexiou and his wife Alexandra bought a plot of land in Santorini back in 1989. They spent 20 years creating and developing it into the stunning housing complex it is today. In 2009 the ‘Aenaon Villas’ opened its doors to the world. George Alexiou explained how the property’s name came about: ”We had to find a name which started [...]
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  • Ramat Hasharon Glass House

    By SP on March 29, 2013
    Love the simplicity of this house. Gorgeous clean lines, surrounded by nature, airy and comfortable. I’d add some color to the interior, but other than that it’s a perfect space. Enjoy…x
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  • Tiny NYC Apartment Transformed

    By SP on March 18, 2013
    Quite sure most New Yorkers can relate to this 240-square-foot shoebox apartment with a sleeping loft over the kitchen. However, Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman, renovated the Upper West Side brownstone studio into the beauty below. His solution was to insert what he calls a “crafted jewel box” into the undersize space, creating an enveloping cabin of blond woods. Not a [...]
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  • Realistic Drawings Of Disney Princesses

    By SP on March 11, 2013
    Gorgeous realistic drawings of Disney princesses I came across here. They look even more beautiful! Enjoy…x
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  • Lego Replica Of Hogwarts

    By SP on March 4, 2013
    I saw these and had to share, especially because my kids are kind of obsessed with Lego. I call them future architects–right before I step on them barefoot, that is. Check out the determination and creation from this woman below! She spent a year building a 400,000 piece Lego replica of Hogwarts. How insane is that? Enjoy…x
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  • Dragon Head Cakes by Scott Hove

    By SP on February 27, 2013
    Came across these dragon head cakes by Scott Hove and had to share with you all. They are creepy, but fascinating. Scary or not, you’ve got to check out Scott Hove’s work over at Cakeland, a gallery/store/concept space in Oakland that one can enter and be inspired. Enjoy….x  
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  • Gorgeous Penthouse In Urca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    By SP on February 6, 2013
    We love this breathtaking penthouse located in Urca, the most wealthy residential neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The property is situated between the sea and the famous Sugarloaf Mountain. According to yatzer, this area, which was closed by the military fortress, can only be described as the jewel of sites and mostly reserved for tourism. Don’t you just love [...]
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