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One Man Sauna
Urban planners, journalists, photographers, artists and architects staff the spatial design studio modulorbeat. Hailing from Germany, Muenster School of Architecture grads Marc Gunnewig and January Kampshoff banded together an interdisciplinary ...

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Color Blocked Architecture
Written by Mateus Andrade Throughout his travels around the world, Brasília-based photographer Zel Nunes embraces the strength of geometry and multicolored minimalism.

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Minimalist Mountain Lodge In Morocco
Architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty keep offices in Paris and Marrakech—which is probably why they are experts in blending Eastern and Western architecture. Working on luxury projects for the likes of the Hermes family, their firm Studio KO designed this minimalist mountain lodge in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.

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Con/Struct by Justin Plunkett
Justin Plunkett celebrates the creative spirit with his whimsical and imaginative exhibition Con/Struct.

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A Miami Architect’s Beach House in the Bahamas
Miami-based architect Chad Oppenheim designed this Bahamas home that blends perfectly into its surroundings. Everything about it is natural, from the reclaimed ipe wood to the kitchen hidden by recycled cedar doors

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Restaurant By The Sea [Japan]
Japanese architecture firm Case-Real designed this “restaurant by the sea” on Teshima, one of the islands in the Seto Inland Sea, further away from the coast than the contemporary arts hub Naoshima.

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An Interior Designer’s House On Tinos Island [Greece]
Tinos is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea famous for its windmills and dovecotes. Amid this serenity stands the home of Greek interior decorator Marilyn Katsaris, who appointed her home with the most minimal of touches.

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Snap-Together Vacation Home in Copenhagen
London-based Facit Homes designed this vacation house for a family in Copenhagen. To replace their clients’ rundown holiday lodge, the firm’s Danish partners Frederik Agdrup & Nicholas Bjørndal fabricated wood parts that you can quickly snap together by hand