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The Brick House
Behind the humble exterior of the Brick House hides a bright and airy living space. Designed by the Danish architecture firm Leth and Gori the Brick House was created with two objectives: to be maintenance free for 50 years and to last for at least 150 years. This was achieved by using traditional

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Acrylic Top Tables
Danish Design School alum Peter Johansen designed these Minis, small lightweight tables with changeable acrylic tops. “I have chosen transparent acrylic because I think it is beautiful to see how the table is constructed,” says the thoroughly Scandinavian furniture maker

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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 group to work “in the field of tension between architecture, city and landscape.” A great example of their work is the One Man Sauna

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Custom 1968 Yamaha XS650 Motorcycle
Igniting the fire of road hogs everywhere, Jakarta-based Thrive Motorcycle customized a classic 1968 Yamaha XS650. Their inspiration? A wood-burning stove.