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Le Tronc Creux Bookmarc

Le Tronc Creux- Your Next Camp Destination

Almost like a futuristic wilderness hideout, the “Tronc Creux”  is part of a series of shelters spread around Bordeaux, France.  Designed by Bruit du Frigo, the original idea was to create a hiking path all around the city, connecting waste land, parks and forests and also giving the possibility to anyone to make short holidays.
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rooftop-bars-13-skye-bar Bookmarc

6 Incredible Rooftop Bars to visit

Feeling a bit fancy? Well, we think it’s time to up your bar game- here are some incredible rooftop bars with a fantastic view! 1. The Lighthouse Bar, The Oyster Box Hotel( Durban, South Africa) With a panoramic view of the Indian Ocean along Umhlanga Beach, this well regarded hotel is a top spot for
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Awesome Home Bars that are Stylish and Functional

Sure, it’s fun to hit up your favorite bar, especially with the rise of so many talented mixologists making speciality cocktails that knock your socks off. Sometimes you like to keep it simple though–a glass of wine, home-brewed beer, a great old-fashioned. Enjoy a low-key, affordable evening that doesn’t involve hanging out on the couch in
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Kishimoto train carriage Bookmarc

Fancy living in a train carriage?

Takanobu Kishimoto, the founder of Kobe-based studio container design has created this single-storey house using a train carriage, named ‘Platofrm’, in a suburban site in Takasago, a coastal city in Hyogo Prefecture. Half the family home in Takasago is made up of an old train carriage, whereas the other half looks like it could be
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Stonebiz Bookmarc

Simple Renovation Tips to Your Home without Breaking Your Budget

Why do we renovate our homes? This question should be easy enough to answer. Our main objective when we want to renovate our homes is to improve our quality of living and to create a better living space for the family. Of course there may be other unlikely reasons that you need to renovate your
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Red Wall Teahouse by Cutscape Architecture

Created by Chinese Studio, CutspaceArchitecture, the Red Wall teahouse is a prime example of successful integration between the old and new structures. There are seven rooms contained with the complex, all feature different interior finishes – including bamboo, white marble, copper and acrylic tubes – intended to give each space its own character. Walking through the
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Shipping Container Homes – Affordable Living

With the house prices increasing exponentially, it is becoming harder for Aussies to achieve the “Great Australian Dream” of owning a house. But Shipping container homes are attempting to change that and make ownership much more easier and affordable. As the name suggests, these homes are made from shipping containers which have been remodelled for
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Willoughby Ceerose Bookmarc

Willoughby the latest location for a luxury multi res project by Ceerose

Having won a swag of industry awards for its last project, Eliza in the CBD, boutique developer Ceerose has turned its focus to the Lower North Shore as their latest project Harbour Mill at Pyrmont comes close to completion. Ceerose’s latest project announcement, The Mint, Willoughby will comprise 104 apartments, two commercial offices totalling 770sqm, a 550sqm
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PALMER ST  Riverside Group Bookmarc


As modern apartment living gets smaller, more compact and petite, Melbourne developer Riverside Group, part of the successful Riverlee Group, is bringing back the larger apartments of a decade ago at the final stage of its Jaques precinct in Richmond. Palmer St, developed in a joint venture with Macquarie Real Estate Equity Funds and designed
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Crown-Green-Square Crown Group Bookmarc

Crown Group’s future of apartment living

Sydney-based developer Crown Group is set to challenge conventional ideas of light and space within residential developments with Crown Green Square, a $575-million 20-storey development scheduled to begin construction this year. Designed by Koichi Takada Architects, the luxury apartments feature a number of ground-breaking design elements to take apartment living to the next level. Perhaps its
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BDAV Sorrento

BDAV Design Awards closing shortly

The BDAV’s People’s Choice Award showcases projects nominated in the prestigious BDAV Building Design Awards, celebrating Victoria’s best building designers across residential design, interior design, heritage conservation, energy efficient design and non-residential design including commercial, industrial, hospitality and public buildings. BDAV President Alistair McDonald encouraged the public to take the time to appreciate Victoria’s best
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Stuttgart City Library Bookmarc

Bookmarc’s Top Four European Libraries

“The world is a book, and those who don’t travel only read one page.” St. Augustine Libraries around Europe are becoming more than just a library, a place to study or borrow books. The interior of these European libraries have been incredibly designed that it just might make you want to study.   1. Stuttgart City Library
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Minimalist Living

Minimalist Living by Jin Otagiri

Extreme Minimalism are easily carried through in art and object design. From single tone works of painting to simple furniture and decor. In architecture, diverse functions make minimal construction much more difficult. Minimalist design may be criticised by some as a design that is too plain or too cold. Japanese architect and designer, Jin Otagiri
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Culinary Art School // Garcia Studio

Culinary Art School by Gracia Studio

Culinary Art School, located in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico is not your average culinary school. From the facade, any passerby would guess anything but a professional cooking school is housed inside the two volumes. Architects, Gracia Studio is characterised not only for solving functionality and aesthetics, but contributing with creativity in each project, as well as
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Spain Alberto Campo Baeza Bookmarc

House of the Infinite in Spain by Alberto Campo Baeza

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has designed the House of the Infinite. The structure has been designed as a piece of landscape architecture, with its architectural elements sunken underneath, like a “jetty facing out to sea”. This seaside structure built in Cádiz, Spain comprises of a bulky rectangular box that is 20 metres wide and 36 metres
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