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A Home that Masters the Modular Concept

16/08/2018 architecture & interior

A Home that Masters the Modular Concept

The Mono Cabin is an ideal option for someone who enjoys the bare necessities of life. With a footprint of just 106 sq ft, it is small enough to avoid needing a building permit and is finished and ready to be dropped off in just 6-8 weeks. No assembly necessary.
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When Race Cars Drive through the Front Yard

15/08/2018 Escape

When Race Cars Drive through the Front Yard

The Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2018 was an event of many anniversaries: Porsche celebrated their 70th anniversary, Martini racing celebrated its 50th birthday, and the festival itself its 25th anniversary. Famous race drivers as Jenson Button, Mark Webber, Sir Jackie Stewart, Jochen Mass, Vaughn Gittin Jr., and many more came upon the invite of host "Lord March", the Duke of Richmond.
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The Workplace of the Future Could Be Your Neighbor

08/08/2018 architecture & interior

The Workplace of the Future Could Be Your Neighbor

With 70% of the world’s population expected to live in cities by 2050, Bangkok-based architects ASWA seem to have found the perfect balance of introducing business into residential cityscapes.
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01/08/2018 escape travel

"Where the Streets Have No Name"

Leave your home, your comfort zone behind and drive to places "Where the Streets Have No Name", like U2 used to sing. Let the passing landscapes make you forget your everyday life. But before you leave, here are some tips and steps to follow.
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Light Photography by Alexis Pichot

27/07/2018 visual culture

Light Photography by Alexis Pichot

Inspired by his fast-paced life in the city, photographer Alexis Pichot decided to retreat into the woods to re-connect with his spirits and discover a hidden world. 
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A Cabin Design That Combines Japanese Aesthetics and the Tasmanian Wilderness

27/07/2018 architecture & interior Escape travel

A Cabin Design That Combines Japanese Aesthetics and the Tasmanian Wilderness

This cabin on Bruny Island in Tasmania, Australia, was designed by architects Maguire + Devine. The client wished for a highly functional minimalistic building on her 99 acres piece of land. There were only two pieces of furniture allowed – a mattress and a low table. For the rest of the facilities, the cabin itself needed to function as "furniture".
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