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Welcome to a cheerful small apartment envisioned by Geometrium and located in Lensovetovskij, a village near Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Offices can feel cold and impersonal, not exactly offering the comfortable surroundings that are most conducive to creative thought.
Rachel Denny loves to knit the great outdoors and the results are wildly whimsical representations of Mother Nature's wilderness creatures.
Could this modern concrete and glass house have been the catalyst for the end of a marriage? Yes, according to a black and white movie made by Studio MK27, the architects behind the project (+ movie).
American brand Quell & Company has referenced Scandinavian home design for its first product: a docking station made from white oak, Merino wool felt and a metal base (+ movie).
Delhi based duo Re-culture recently presented Dear O’ Deer, an intriguing ceramic planter that works on the juxtaposition of the dead and the living.
Dutch office Serge Schoemaker Architects meticulously arranged different-sized sections of plywood that "fit together seamlessly like a jigsaw puzzle" across the interior of this angular garden studio.
Belgian studio Unfold has developed a set of instruments that measure physical objects and transfer the dimensions to a digital model in real time on screen (+ movie).
Cooks Hill Residence was designed in 2013 by Bourne Blue Architecture, and is located in Newcastle, Australia.
Singapore recently hosted this year's WAF and Inside festivals and is home to some of the world's most innovative big architecture projects, so we've put together a Pinterest board exploring the city's best buildings – the first in a series focusing on major cities across the world.
Italian studio Massimo Galeotti Architetto has filled in the empty corner of a house in Treviso with a timber-clad extension to provide space for a new music room (+ slideshow).
Circus troupe Cirque du Soleil teamed up with drone specialist Raffaello D'Andrea to create Sparked – a short movie that transforms 10 autonomous flying machines into lampshades that seem to come alive and "dance" with a human performer (+ movie).
Fashion and design studio Eley Kishimoto has collaborated with tailor Timothy Everest and graphic design firm New Future Graphic to produce a range of shirts that are hand screen printed with geometric shapes (+ slideshow).
The brick exterior of this Sydney house by Matthew Gribben Architecture belies its light-filled interior, which features five secluded courtyards arranged around the perimeter (+ slideshow).
Alexander Fehre used aluminium-mesh partitions and metal light fittings to give an industrial aesthetic to this showroom and office for a conveyor-belt company in Germany (+ slideshow).
This small apartment for rent was designed by GAO architects and is located in Ljubljana, Slovenia. “Our vision emerged as an effort to figure out how to show Slovenian culture at its best advantage to the foreigners residing in the flat, introducing its ethical elements and incorporating them into the interior in a modern and pervasive way, thus showing an introduction to our cultural characteristics.
Polish design duo New Craft has created a collection of hand-blown glass vessels with copper "collars" that provide a reflection of the plants inside (+ slideshow).
Most of designer solutions about TVs can be divided into 2 categories: hiding it or on the contrary, highlighting it.
Singapore's new national sports stadium lays claim to the world's largest free-spanning dome, measuring 310-metres across, and its roof can be opened or closed to suit the tropical climate (+ slideshow).
Carousels of amputated human body parts perform choreography to a score of dramatic music punctuated by the sound of pneumatic pumps in an installation by British artist Peter William Holden in London (+ slideshow).