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Timber screens bring fresh air into Pedro House without compromising privacy
Luke Tebbutt, dezeen.com
Tilting and folding timber screens cover sections of this house by Buenos Aires studio VDV ARQ, to provide privacy and shade for the occupants without blocking light and views (+ slideshow).Pedro House by VDV ARQ was designed for three generations…
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Integrated Workstation by Matthew Plumsteadyankodesign.com
OMG, I love this Inte­grat­ed Work­sta­tion not because it is a sleek and well-organized desk, but because it inte­grates a very thought­ful daybed datum into the work­sta­tion typol­o­gy. The desk is …
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Integrated Workstation by Matthew Plumsteadyankodesign.com
OMG, I love this Inte­grat­ed Work­sta­tion not because it is a sleek and well-organized desk, but because it inte­grates a very thought­ful daybed datum into the work­sta­tion typol­o­gy. The desk is …
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Integrated Workstation by Matthew Plumsteadyankodesign.com
OMG, I love this Inte­grat­ed Work­sta­tion not because it is a sleek and well-organized desk, but because it inte­grates a very thought­ful daybed datum into the work­sta­tion typol­o­gy. The desk is …
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Outdoor Concrete Seating by Hard Goods
Caroline Williamson, design-milk.com
Admittedly, I got pretty excited when I came across the website for Hard Goods, the Tempe, Arizona-based studio of Brandon Gore. Hard Goods handcrafts the most beautiful line of timeless pieces of furniture made out of concrete, wood, and steel.…
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Split-level house by Kit works with the slope of the garden
Alyn Griffiths, dezeen.com
This concrete house in Switzerland’s March District was designed by Zurich studio Kit with split levels, creating a living room that cantilevers over an external dining area.Known as House in the March District, the property was designed by Kit fo…
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In the Details: Building a 3D Sketchpad That Lets You Draw Objects in Midaircore77.com
With the rise of augmented reality (AR) technology, virtual reality headsets like the much buzzed-about Oculus Rift aren’t just for playing games in a simulated universe—they can actually help industrial designers do their jobs, too. Four students…

In the Details: Building a 3D Sketchpad That Lets You Draw Objects in Midair http://flip.it/aV9uI
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Waaaaay Wireless
Troy Turner, yankodesign.com
Simply called Circle, this minimalistic charger/speaker combo combines the best in Bluetooth and Qi technology to form the ultimate wireless docking station. Just throw your Qi-enabled smartphone down for instantaneous power and immediately…
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Abandoned Movie Theater Sits in Middle of the Sinai Desert
Sara Barnes, mymodernmet.com
Did you know there’s an End of the World Cin­e­ma? That’s how pho­tog­ra­ph­er Kaupo Kikkas coined it as he cap­tured this odd and seem­ing­ly ran­dom set of the­ater seats in mid­dle of the Sinai desert, whose back­sto­ry is even more…
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Twitter / dananeibert: Dana Neibert Photographs: St. …twitter.com
Dana Neib­ert Pho­tographs: St. Maarten! pic.twitter.com/P0pK84nq1O

Must always be fun landing at St. Maarten airport.
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Twitter / LandRoverUSA: What sights inspire you to …twitter.com
What sights inspire you to pull over? #RangeRover pic.twitter.com/nkuYUYr8vu
Paola Antonelli interview: 'Design has been misconstrued as decoration'