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Vedbaek House

Beauty is truly in the details of this 1862 fishing cottage, now the family home of architect Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, cofounder of Norm Architects. The charm of the original structure, lying outside Copenhagen, remains. Yet the modern interventions blend perfectly with the quirkiness of days gone by. Continue reading

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Sound1 Speaker

The 11+ Sound1 speaker is a portable and Bluetooth enabled system that lets you enjoy great music anywhere, anytime. The Speakers provide a clear and crisp stereo sound and what really sets them apart is their designer detail. They have a very minimalistic style that is attractive and smart and makes using the speakers a true delight. Continue reading

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Paperwhite

A contemporary home plays nicely with its 1950s neighbors in Montreal. Architect Jean Verville designed a 320 sq.m. family house that rests like a sculpture on a manicured lawn. Entirely sheathed in horizontal white wood, its bold geometry is quietly artistic. Continue reading

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Tesler Mendelovitch wood creations

Tesler Mendelovitch are a design team that creates beautiful objects from wood. They work with a wide variety of woods including African Walnut, Ebony, Rosewood, Emboya, Walnut and Birch. A trademark of their work is an exquisite geometry that gives their pieces a contemporary yet timeless feel. Currently, their main focus is designing and manufacturing hand-made handbags and tables. The handbags are truly wearable art – they are soft and flexible with beautiful and rich tones. The tables are also showstoppers and have a cylindrical shape composed of wooden triangles. Continue reading

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Host Restaurant

Today’s special is a dramatic and bold dining experience served with reconstructed farmhouse flair. In Copenhagen, Host Restaurant, designed by Norm Architects, is an urban oasis. On multiple levels the establishment has captured the expected Scandinavian warmth through unexpected twists. Continue reading

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Corvi Concrete Wine Cooler

If you are a wine connoisseur, you are certain to appreciate the sleek and modern look of the Corvi Concrete Wine Cooler. Made from soft concrete, the cooler has a unique faceted geometry that truly sets it apart. Also, Corvi Coolers can be stacked in a variety of positions enabling you to create a customized mini wine cellar. Aside from its great looks, the concrete keeps the wine cool for long periods of time and is of course highly durable. Continue reading

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Dulwich Residence

With a nod to the original 1920s Montreal home, this addition nearly doubles its size to 2845 sq.ft. Nature Humaine Architects entirely updated the existing structure’s interior to meld with the expansion. On three new levels, the house now provides voluminous living spaces. Continue reading

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Five to One Apartment

Space is at a premium most everywhere, and certainly so in New York City. Michael Chen, MKCA, is an architect who specializes in tiny space living. His multi-purpose modern features eliminate single-use and under-used areas to maximize square footage and help us to live with lighter environmental footprints. Continue reading

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FH001 Horn Speakers

Created for music connoisseurs, the Ferguson Hill FH001 Horn Speakers are truly the top of the line when it comes to audio quality and aesthetics. Their sound ranges from 150Hz-20KHz with no crossover. Their style combines massive transparent acrylic horns reminiscent of the very beginning of audio design with cutting edge 21st century technology. Continue reading

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Chetwynd Road Project

A delightful and light addition to a Victorian London townhouse brings this home in to the 21st century. Cousins & Cousins designed the 185 sq.m. expansion with a delicate yet firm hand. By stretching the addition fully across the property’s width, they maximized the allowable footprint. The depth extends as far as allowed and so matches the neighboring property. Continue reading