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Edge House

Edge House by Noriyoshi Morimura A&A sits atop Megami Mtn. in Koyoen, in the Nishinomiya area of Hyogo. From this point the site commands a panoramic view from Kobe port all the way to the Osaka bay area. This one-box concept breaks away from traditional layout of allocated space.

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Jason Freeny

Jason Freeny’s toys are not ordinary dolls. These toy dolls are made in such a way so that you can see much more than you should expect. It’s more like an anatomic study of a toy as you can see both the exterior and the interior part of it. One of these toys, the balloon animal anatomy schematic “Pneumatic Anatomica” back in 2007 made him famous and launched his career as an artist. The rest is history…

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Mirror House

Danish-American architects MLRP in Copenhagen, has transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new Interactive Playground Project in Copenhagen. This is the Mirror House at Copenhagen Central Park.

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Obscur

Obscur is a swedish brand built on a self-evident principle regarding the design – a garment’s true value can only be fully recognized when it is being worn. Designer Richard Söderberg creates the clothes after absorbing the spirit of the dark and misty landscapes of his home country. his deep love of dark scandinavian music is also of great inspiration and has been translated into the garments.

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Stacking vessels by Pia Wüstenberg

Stacking Vessels by Pia Wüstenberg is a series of functional sculptures for the home. Each Vessel consists of three individual containers. Each part is made from a different materials using craft processes. The hot glass is the connecting part between the ceramic and wood.

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Melting Chair by Philipp Aduatz

Philipp Aduatz’s intention in the design of the Melting Chair is to capture a transient transformation within a sculptural object. The Melting Chair, which is suitable for use, is carefully crafted to appear to the viewer either as a solid chair melting away or as a solidification of a liquid melt.

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