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GT House

The young Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres chose to live in a small studio in Londrina, Brazil. The place would lodge an artist’s painting atelier and was under redecoration for over 10 years by the architect himself. The present project came to life due to several problems found in the building such as electricity mains and rewiring, wall cracks and seepage.

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Minky Ha

Minky Ha sees ‘fashion’ as a very influential form of art to individual and society, due to its practicality and significant ripple effect. What motivates him to work are absurdities and contradictions in society. Fashion became a great tool to convey his interpretation and opinion.

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Saint Antonio church

Saint Antonio church by João Luís Carrilho da Graça architecture firm is the epitomy of simplicity. The white colour and straight lines of the structure are considered the main features of the building. Both inside and outside part of the structure are as simple as possible representing a faith that is humble and unpretentious.

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Allandale House

Allandale House by William O’Brien Jr. is an A-frame(s) house for an idiosyncratic connoisseur and her family. A minimal house right in the middle of the a forest, a structure with huge windows that allow plenty of natural sunlight to flood through the space and a beautiful view of the surroundings. A vacation house that gives you a unique opportunity to live close to nature.

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THE CUBE

THE CUBE, the latest pop-up restaurant that has landed above the city’s Piazza del Duomo offers a unique dining experience with spectacular views to the famous cathedral. A nomadic, stateless and cosmopolitan piece of architecture, a pavillion designed to host a small, temporary restaurant that will house some of the best Italian star chefs.

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Rachel Boxnboim

Old classic utensils are turned into modern porcelain collection through the combination of soft material (fabric) and hard material (ceramic). This “experimental” project is the result is Rachel Boxnboim’s final project at the Industrial design department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. An eye-catching tableware that brings a touch of the past into your modern kitchen.

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