Fresh functional design for a primary school

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Christopher Elliott, when presented with the task of refurbishing St.Michaels Grammar School, admits’, was a steep learning curve. How to take a heritage-listed building, stepped in the school history, and create a fresh new functional design; that supports the dynamic minds of primary school students? They worked through it by asking the students what they wanted. Unanimously, they share a love of …

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How Does Floral Design Match With A Socks Still Life Story?

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Sometimes we make a little exception over here at Eclectic Trends and publish non-related topics to interior design only. However, today's floral and socks still life story could be understood as belonging to a wider concept of lifestyle, and so we are back to our field:) We stumbled upon this project a while ago and thought that a tad more color …

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Giveaway Plant Tribe Book

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We will probably spend much time indoors now, why not fact-checking how we can enhance our lives with our green buddies? It's the perfect timing for this giveaway of the Plant Tribe Book, or should we say self-care guide? Because this is what at the end very much this book is about. Igor Josifovic and Judith Joelix, creators of @urbanjungleblog and …

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A New Scene-Stealer Store By Forte Forte

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I believe we have never covered so many retail spaces of one brand as we do with the Italian clothing label Forte Forte. What struck a chord this time with its new scene-stealer store, was with no doubt the staircase shape and material! Sibling founders Giada and Paolo Forte have opened a new store in Chelsea teaming up with Art Director …

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An afrofuturistic throne reveals the artist’s multilayered identity

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Mac Collins' design, an afrofutiristic throne, revels the artist's multilayered identity. A common feeling that prompt us to ask: how many identities do you have? Answering this question might take a more extended reflection. Nowadays, life exposes us to such diverse experiences that our identities have never been so complex. As a consequence, we are also more interested in our …

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Our Top 5 Findings From Last Week

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We never stop researching what is happening out there in the world. These are "Our Top 5 Findings From Last Week", some of the most exciting projects, cross-industry. Photography: Courtesy of Buhaus.   1// Microarchitecture Triggered by the wildfires of 2018, Californian architect Doug Burdge and builder Nate Garnero decided to build a prefabricated housing. Buhaus comes with fire-resistant materials and off-grid capacity. The …

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