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3D modeling shaping yoga pods made of rattan

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We are used to seeing 3D visualizations much more since the confinement forced designers to start building setups, prototypes, and public projects in a contactless moment. Anything related to handicraft work such as 3D modeling shaping yoga pods made of hardwood, rattan, and palm leaves, however, is still emerging. For the design of yoga brand Vikasa’s Bangkok headquarters, studio Enter Projects …

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Playful modular homes nestled within nature by Precht

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The first thing that might come to your mind is a submarine periscope, or is it a water pipe? The idea of Bert is a family of playful modular homes nestled within nature that invite people to experience architecture and nature through the eyes of children.     Precht, co-founded by husband and wife Chris and Fei Tang Precht, designed the Bert family for …

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Plant-version novelty at IKEA’s in-store restaurant: The meatball goes green

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Did you know that IKEA counts for one of the world’s largest restaurant chains? Surprising yet logic. You might have heard though that Ikea sells each year more than a billion meatballs at its in-store restaurants. Few things are as synonymous with IKEA as the Swedish meatballs. Committed to going greener as a brand in all areas and be "climate positive" by …

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Villa Ortizet – Bringing Rocky Outdoors In

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The past months have shown an unusual creative boost of 3D projects within the interior design scene, and the curve is the star of all. I bought a print of Charlotte Taylor's work a couple of years and haven't stopped finding her work on the net ever since. This is one of her recent projects teaming up with Anthony Authié. Villa Ortizet ideally …

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Not Your Typical Newsletter: This Is The New Wednesday Journal !

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After a few years of sending newsletters, we felt it was time for some change. The until now weekly newsletter becomes the Wednesday Journal, and after the first publication, we couldn't be happier with your reactions and comments. This is what you get upon subscribing: The Journal is based on Inspiration, Education, and Resources (new). In a previous survey, you asked to …

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Can a fashion brand provide a home staging that helps to identify?

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Within a world of interdisciplinary collaborations, can a fashion luxury brand provide a home staging that helps to identify (and sell)? We'd like to introduce you today to 145 distinctive canalside apartments and nine penthouses, built by Wilkinson Eyre within a refurbished triplet of cast-iron gasholder located at King's Cross (London). According to Frameweb, London’s property market continues to stutter, buffeted …

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