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august 01, 2018

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this hotel has no roof or walls, just a summer night sky and a swiss valley as a backdrop situated in eastern switzerland, 'no real estate' is a revival of the the null stern hotel art installation by swiss concept artists frank and patrik riklin.

by wes toshiro purpura

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ludwig favre captures california's most iconic mid-century architecture at dawn favre walked in a neighbourhood where the typical californian architecture of the 60s gives the houses a timeless and cinematic aspect. 

by kieron marchese

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turing's multi-screen smartphone promises to revolutionize the market by 2020 the hubblephone is a futuristic device with an advanced vision system, boasting multiple screens and the ability to lip-read its users requests.

by kieron marchese

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MLA+'s library in shenzhen park features an elevated walkway through the three crowns the extension to the existing venues of the park, features a bridge leading through woods and a shape reminiscent of traditional chinese architecture.

by MLA+

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octane's vertical residential village in bangkok plays with the archetypal house shape the serviced-apartments building has balconies designed as gabled-roof, wooden modules.

by octane

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hassell + eckersley o’callaghan design martian habitat where people could really thrive the competition sought perspectives from outside the aerospace industry, to explore how a human habitat could be designed and delivered on mars using autonomous 3D printing technologies and sustainable design practices.

by Adam Ross

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vans unveils van gogh collection inspired by the artist's iconic paintings the limited-edition series will feature some of the artist's most prominent works, including skull (1887), almond blossom (1890), sunflowers (1889) and van gogh's self-portrait as a painter (1887-1888).

by kieron marchese

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vasily klyukin conceptualizes cars as piet mondrian canvases klyukin would turn the city streets into a 'huge mobile gallery'.

by wes toshiro purpura

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mesura transforms the courtyard garden of a spanish medieval castle in catalonia transformed by mesura, the medieval castle in peratallada catalonia is made up of several buildings sharing a common courtyard which now includes a garden, terrace and pool.

by kat barandy

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welcome to the end of the world: wanna one's unique hostel in the center of madrid the hostel is developed around isaac newton's prediction of the world's end, influencing its name and visual universe.

by Wanna One

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aldo cibic transforms milan apartment building into a boutique design hotel titled 'savona 18 suites', the venue has been conceived as an intimate and friendly destination within the city's lively tortona district.

by philip stevens

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UUA sets a curved steel staircase in this photography studio being one of the leaders in the industry, ASTUDIO needs a space destined to become a benchmark for this profession.

by UUA

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naruse inokuma architects transforms traditional dwelling into 'teshima 8 million lab' the scheme was completed for the setouchi triennale and houses the permanent exhibition space of sputniko!, a japanese-british artist.

by shuhei senda

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scientists discover that the shape of the great pyramid of giza can focus electromagnetic energy the discovery could lead to the creation of nanoparticles inspired by the pyramid's shape that could be used as solar cells or even sensors, a quirk in the design not realised when they were built 4,400 years ago.

by kieron marchese

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japanese company wants to put ads in your armpits wakino ad company hopes to recruit young male and female models to act as body billboards.

by nina azzarello

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pupa armchair by andrea branzi embodies an inviting form $990 by Qeeboo from Italy
 
minimal uno pen is made from colored aluminum $35 by ensso from United States (US)
 

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