Intriguing Furniture You Can Lean Against The Wall By YOY Design

As strange as it looks, the Canvas furniture, showcased at Milan Design Week 2013, is a real object and not a simple avant-garde painting with baroque details.

Canvas is cool, lightweight and ingenious. “A frame made of wood and aluminum is covered by an elastic fabric printed with texture of a canvas and a drawing of chair.”  You can use this “work of art” by leaning it against a wall.

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Clemens Fantur’s spontaneous-style photography is the definition of spot on

 Clemens is an emerging photographer from the lovely city of Vienna in Austria.

The ability to point and shoot successfully is not one to be taken lightly, especially when you manage to produce photographs as beautiful as Clemens’, which are perfectly timed when it comes to light and composition.


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Two Heads Are Better Than One

Two students of The San Francisco Art Institute have combined their considerable creative forces in the realisation of Going Nowhere, a joint exhibition that explores modern America and the artists’ experiences and opinions thereof.

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The Danish Summer House Of Architects Mette and Martin Wienberg

Architects Mette and Martin Wienberg designed their Danish summer home to meet the whole families requirements. Completed in 2006, this 200sqm residence features ample of natural daylight, earthy light tones, and a choice of materials that give out a sense of warmness and coolness at the same time.

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A Blend of Creative Details: The Vale Apartments in Kuala Lumpur

Blu Water Studio completed the design and development for an original project entitled “The Vale Apartments” and located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Their work displays a charming, almost bohemian-like atmosphere, inspiring contemporary serenity. You can see how the open plan layout is enhanced by a creative placement of furniture and decorating details, resulting in a harmonious and cozy blend.

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Celluloid Jam / N MAEDA ATELIER

Imagine a site you might picture, when letting your mind wonder back in time: damp soil forms a soft ground, catching your footsteps, ancient, weather-beaten stairs, that have been used in earlier times as an earthen path, a lovely old retaining wall and carefully cherished plants. When we first set foot on this old soil in the city of Myoren-ji, we not merely got interested by this lush site, but rather fascinated by its’ overwhelming beauty, that laid in every single FIBRE.

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Vertical Horizons of Hong Kong by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze

‘Vertical Horizon’, by french graphic artist Romain Jacquet-Lagreze is a photographic journey between the buildings of the relentlessly growing metropolis of Hong-Kong. The image series takes a deep dive into the city’s thick atmospheres, showcasing a visual record of  its wildly diverse built environment. Presented in a hard-cover book, the collection of unique compositions contemplate the raw nature of chinese culture and the expression of its sheer vivacity.


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The Olive Exclusive

The Olive Exclusive is a small boutique hotel located in Windhoek, Namibia. The interior is rich in earthly elements, and makes use of wood and stone in both refined and more crude fashions.

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Unconventional Ways To Extend The Storage Space by YOY Design

The floating book support and the book-shaped flower pot are just two creative ways of extending the storage space or simply spread some “magic” around your home. Presented at Milan’s Design Week 2013, the two items mentioned above have two different functions: create an impression on whoever ends up seeing them and yes, here’s a more practical one, enhance the storage space.

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Berri Residence by naturehumaine

Berri Residence is a renovation and extension of a 1940′s home by naturehumaine located in Montréal, Canada. A new dining room was added along with a remodeled kitchen and master bedroom.


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Design Factory Builds Up A Head Of Steam

Smoke machines are rarely used to good effect. Wedding DJ; no. School disco; no. Nestled in the corner of a small room at New Dutch Design, during Milan Design Week; surprisingly, yes. Eindhoven Design Academy graduate Frederik Roijé had a sullied smog tinge to his smoke machine that may have had his wedding guests running for their lives however, the designer recreating an industrial revolution era factory to showcase his latest product, Smokestack.

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Movement and Balance in Furniture Design: The Walking Cabinet

Markus Johansson Design Studio came up with an original cabinet design characterized by twisted lines. The new project has an appearance that seems to play with our visual perception: “A form featuring movement and balance, the Walking Cabinet seems almost like a playful and harmonic dance. Legs twist in different directions on the pavement; the cabinet seems to pose a life of its own, en route to some other place“.

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The ‘Bistrot’ in Seminyak, Kuta District, Bali

The Bistrot, the new vintage Parisian eatery and bar on buzzing Jalan Kayu Aya – also known as Jalan Laksmana and Jalan Oberoi – fondly known as the ”eat Street” in Seminyak, Kuta district, Bali is a glamorous new addition brought to us from the magical imagination and vision of Moroccan-born Interior Decorator Zohra Boukhari and her husband Blaise Samoy founder of Hishem Furniture.

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