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Japan doesn’t have central heating

As winter falls in Japan, people in almost every house get out their kotatsu – a hybrid of a table, blanket and a heater. This is because, somewhat surprisingly, in Japan there’s no such thing as central heating. Even though winter is never particularly cold there, they manage to avoid catching colds and other illnesses during winter time thanks to this unique invention. The kotatsu is a traditional Japanese piece of furniture: it is composed of a low wooden table frame Read more […]

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Scorpios Mykonos by Annabell Kutucu

Scorpios Mykonos is the celebration of traditional craftsmanship, organic materials and a bohemian style interior design, presenting a tactile laid-back luxury atmosphere. Central to the 6,000 sqm beach property is the gently weather-worn stone house with classic white washed stone accents. Simultaneously evoking 1960’s Greek glamour and  contemporary modernism, the structure consists of a 274 sqm indoor floor with a lower level, and 2,500 sqm of outdoor terraces. The entirety exudes Read more […]

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The smallest apartment in Paris by Kitoko Studio

The smallest apartment in Paris by Kitoko Studio A utility room in a building in Paris measuring 8 sqm (86 ft) is converted into a functional and easy to live apartment. The bookshelves, bedroom, wardrobe, storage, small dining/work table, and fully equipped bathroom is hidden behind the wall and accessible through closet doors. There is also a kitchenette with fridge, a microwave and removable cooktop. This may be the smallest apartment in Paris but it looks comfortable and cozy. Tiny Read more […]

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Would you live in a home like this one?

Original pink residence designed by Anthony Baratta situated in New York City, United States. Browsing the web, in order to find stuff that interests you, I came across this house, posted on Home Adore. I believe that it would be a nightmare for me to live in this place, even for one night, however I am curious to see what are your comments So please share your thoughts with me   Read more […]

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Tom Dixon designs Mondrian London hotel interiors

Tom Dixon designs Mondrian London hotel interiors Opening earlier this year, design research studio – under the creative direction of tom dixon – has completed the interiors for the mondrian london hotel. situated on the banks of the river thames, the original structure was finalized in the 1970s by american warren platner – an architect who was also known for his distinctive cruise liner designs. referencing the building’s nautical form, the hotel encapsulates the elegance of a Read more […]

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