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PNY’s (Paris New York) new shop in Marais designed by CUT Architectures is inspired by 1980’s Miami.  Mixing a minimal industrial decor with funky neon gradients the new restaurant breaks from its previous locations black and white identity.

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Designed by Teresa van Dongen, who studied Biology at the University of Amsterdam, has created a lamp using bacteria that emit a glow when oxygen and movement are introduced to the environment.

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Designed by Dutch studio NL Architects, this apartment block uses turquoise colored bricks, and staggered top floors to allow for balconies on the upper levels. Since the upper floors are all the same size the staggering creates an illusion of the building leaning over.

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This New York loft conversion by local architect Ali Tayar is divided using bespoke prefabricated panels based on a Swiss modular housing system from the 1960s.

The system is separate from the shell of the building, allowing for all the panels to be dissembled and put into boxes for removal.

For more information about that designer or design please follow the link here.

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Vase & Leuchte designed by Miriam Aust, combines to opposing forces of nature and contains them inside a single glass house.
Seeking to present a scientific or artificial environment for plants, she fits the light bulb inside a handblown glass beaker.
When lit the plant roots create a very interesting shadows and add a softer organic element to the more scientific appearance of the vase.

for more information about the designer or object follow the link here.

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Mobile homes usually are poorly designed, constructed or inefficient, but these homes show the trend of making the most of smaller homes and utilizing every inch of a floorplan plan.

Follow the link to view Yahoo’s top 10 most interesting homes on wheels here.

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Inspired by traditional Peruvian cloth weaving equipment, El Equipo Creative stretched thick cords across wooden frames to create angled panels for the restaurants interior.
A grid of wooden batons located at the bar, and storefront serves as a display shelving for bottles and crockery.

View the fully gallery and more information here.

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Located in Singapore’s business district, the Park Royal Hotel has been given a ‘green’ renovation.

With six outdoor gardens, a rain collection system, and solar paneling it has received Solar Pioneer Award and the highest rating in Singapore for environmentally friendly buildings.

The building makes great use of natural lighting, and has a panoramic view of the city from the Orchid Club Lounge on the 12th floor.

View the full gallery here.

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Found in Finland’s Hotel Kakslauttanen the igloo village is built from a special thermal glass, creating a nice warm interior for guests even when the weather reaches -30 degrees.
The glass also prevents frosting, so that the view of the night sky and view of the norther lights is never blocked.

The Hotel also also includes an ice chapel, and eight meter tall glass teepee built in the traditional Lapp shape.

More information about the hotel here…

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A 40 sqm apartment with a modern nautical/beach hut theme, using nautical materials such as teak often used in boats, and wicker furniture.

The apartment squeezes in a kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and laundry room, all with a sea view.

View the full gallery here.