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The home of Jewelry Designer Marie von Lontzbeck in Denmark
The beautifully designed home of jewelry design Marie von Lontzbeck, in Denmark, balances concrete, glass, and wood in a minimal way while still feeling the space with warmth.

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Interior Designer Maria di Pace’s Home in Sao Paulo
Written by Bruno Tatsumi   For her home in Sao Paulo, interior designer Maria di Pace and her brother and architect Raul di Pace bought an old and deteriorating house ...

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Amazing Duplex Loft in East Village [For Sale]
Walking through the bronze, windowed doors (formerly from a Philadelphia bank) into this peaceful Noho/East Village loft gives you the rare feeling of entering a special space. This home has been renovated with great care and an attention to detail that makes it truly unique. The apartment features

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Novello Bathroom Design
Despite being established for over 50 years, Italian bathroom furnishings company Novello is continually evolving and remains at the forefront of product design. Upon viewing their product lines, it becomes immediately evident that they possess a deeply rooted understanding of the industry.

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Famous Architect’s Homes Revealed
This April in Milan at Salone del Mobile, there will be a special exhibition titled,  “Where Architects Live”, which will allow visitors a peek into the living quarters of some ...

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Brazilian Mininalism by Di Pace and Di Pace
This beautifully designed Brazilian home is a collaboration of brother and sister duo , architect and interior designer, Raul di Pace and Maria di Pace. Distributed across three large decks , the house appropriates the organic shapes of the lot sloping to take advantage of the urban landscape mixed with the typical tropical vegetation of the […]

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The Standard Copenhagen by GamFratesi
The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture. Danish restauranteur Claus Meyer and jazz musician Niels Lan Dorky teamed with Danish-Italian design duo, GamFratesi in the structure’s development, which houses three top-level restaurants and a jazz club.

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Ceresio 7 Resturant designed by Dimore Studio for Dsquared Twins
Last September, Dan and Dean Caten of Dsqaured unveiled their new restaurant and bar called Ceresio 7, just after the presentation of their Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

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Redesigning Wood
Wood is perhaps the most universal materials that we originally use and reconstruct nowadays. A material so widely used can be hard to update, but Welsh manufacturing company Kronospan did a commendable effort with their latest collaboration titled Fresh 2.