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Archive for July, 2011

Creature Collective by Supafrank

Supafrank is a London based studio formed by Katie Steel and Vicki Turner, two designers who believe in products that look beautiful, work beautifully and make strong emotional connections. Emotional, functional and commercial aspects of every design, as well as the impact it will make on people and the environment are the main concerns of this design duo who combine product and graphic design to develop effective all-round solutions with depth and desirability.

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Great Spaces on Supertacular

‘Great Spaces’ takes extraordinary and ordinary spaces to the limit and beyond. “Great Spaces” is far more than a design show; you’ll find no boring talk about Doric columns or impenetrable conversations about blueprints here. Supertacular is proud to present and host Great Spaces, a design show that invites you to learn more about spaces and get fascinated by some of the greatest architectural projects.

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Dar Beida

Dar Beida [The white house] is situated in Morocco, at the back of Essaouira’s fortified medina with the food markets pretty much on your door step and approximately a 10 minute walk to essaouira’s long sandy beach. Dar Beida serves as an ideal base for exploring the local area, or simply as a means to relax and unwind in unique and magical settings

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Pbox eatery

It’s no surprise that Pbox is one of the must see places to visit in Athens according to the New York Times; a cosy, modern and stylish all-day restaurant in Kifisia, one of the most beautiful suburbs of the greek capital. Relaxing ambiance coupled with exquisite cuisine makes Pbox a great choice for an exquisite top quality experience.

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Fredensborg House

On a sloping property north of Copenhagen, the “Fredensborg House” is built on five small plateaus connected by steps, reflecting the shape of its surrounding terrain. The house aesthetic’s derived from inspirations brought about by the labyrinthine mountain village architecture, those that you may find familiar in Southern Europe, the architecture of Chinese temples and in the works of Danish architect Jørn Utzon.

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