di-ARCH
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ummhello:

Bawley Point House, Peter Stutchbury
ummhello:

Bawley Point House, Peter Stutchbury
ummhello:

Bawley Point House, Peter Stutchbury
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kateoplis:

LAMH // Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust by Belzberg Architects
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jonwithabullet:

Twist & Brush by Kawamura Ganjavian
“TWIST&BRUSH is a toothbrush that incorporates a toothpaste deposit. The traveller decides before departing how many doses of toothpaste will be needed for the trip and just twists the grip to push the paste before brushing.”
more pics and info here
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maxtonmen:

mark mcnairy boots
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designcloud:

House Müller Gritsch
Lenzburg, Aargau | Switzerland | Completed 2005-2007Photographer: Valentin Jeck(via) 
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curiositykilledthecurator:

3M House by, Vienna-based studio Destilat Architecture+Design, is a stunning two story residence located in Linz, Austria. | Via
curiositykilledthecurator:

3M House by, Vienna-based studio Destilat Architecture+Design, is a stunning two story residence located in Linz, Austria. | Via
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minimalarchitecture:


Winter Festival Hall - Delugan Meissl
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design-fjord:

Habitatge P - OAB ferrater and associates
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treehugger:

When you’re building an office in the Costa Rican rainforest, cooling is going to be a big concern.When that office is for a group dedicated to the environment, so is the energy used to keep temperatures down. This design offers an innovative solution: it uses physics and the heat from the sun to make the building into a natural wind tunnel, so there’s always a refreshing breeze.
See how it works here: Clever, Cool Rainforest Office Is a Natural Wind Tunnel
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archiwista:

M Museum, Leuven, Belgium
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cjwho:

Gue(ho)st House
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flickmefive:

Great use of space…
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ianbrooks:

Cardboard Bonsai Garden by s4loking
Finding your own personal zen is hard especially when you don’t live on a nearly-inaccessible mountaintop nor have the patience to prune dwarf trees. User s4loking takes the nagging task of upkeep and quiet contemplation out of the mix with his instructions on how to build your own faux-bonsai zen garden using a picture frame, sand, and cardboard. Learn to create your own miniature shrine to dirty boxes over at the Instructables.
ianbrooks:

Cardboard Bonsai Garden by s4loking
Finding your own personal zen is hard especially when you don’t live on a nearly-inaccessible mountaintop nor have the patience to prune dwarf trees. User s4loking takes the nagging task of upkeep and quiet contemplation out of the mix with his instructions on how to build your own faux-bonsai zen garden using a picture frame, sand, and cardboard. Learn to create your own miniature shrine to dirty boxes over at the Instructables.
ianbrooks:

Cardboard Bonsai Garden by s4loking
Finding your own personal zen is hard especially when you don’t live on a nearly-inaccessible mountaintop nor have the patience to prune dwarf trees. User s4loking takes the nagging task of upkeep and quiet contemplation out of the mix with his instructions on how to build your own faux-bonsai zen garden using a picture frame, sand, and cardboard. Learn to create your own miniature shrine to dirty boxes over at the Instructables.
ianbrooks:

Cardboard Bonsai Garden by s4loking
Finding your own personal zen is hard especially when you don’t live on a nearly-inaccessible mountaintop nor have the patience to prune dwarf trees. User s4loking takes the nagging task of upkeep and quiet contemplation out of the mix with his instructions on how to build your own faux-bonsai zen garden using a picture frame, sand, and cardboard. Learn to create your own miniature shrine to dirty boxes over at the Instructables.
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