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Studio designed by Izat and Arundell in Edinburgh. (Photo: Haarkon)

06/09/2018 architecture & interior

A Masterclass in Livable Minimalism

This Zen-like Scottish retreat lies in the historic heart of Edinburgh in a former blacksmith’s workshop. Design duo Eilidh Izat and Jack Arundell spent months designing a single-room layout for the 36 m2 (388 ft2) property, which has been reimagined as a paean to natural materials and local artisans.
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A Home that Masters the Modular Concept

16/08/2018 architecture & interior

A Home that Masters the Modular Concept

The Mono Cabin is an ideal option for someone who enjoys the bare necessities of life. With a footprint of just 106 sq ft, it is small enough to avoid needing a building permit and is finished and ready to be dropped off in just 6-8 weeks. No assembly necessary.
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The Workplace of the Future Could Be Your Neighbor

08/08/2018 architecture & interior

The Workplace of the Future Could Be Your Neighbor

With 70% of the world’s population expected to live in cities by 2050, Bangkok-based architects ASWA seem to have found the perfect balance of introducing business into residential cityscapes.
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The living space in a cabin on Bruny Island (Tasmania, Australia). Floor, ceiling, and walls are panelled with timber. (Photo: Rob Maver)

26/07/2018 architecture & interior Escape travel

A Cabin Design That Combines Japanese Aesthetics and the Tasmanian Wilderness

This cabin on Bruny Island in Tasmania, Australia, was designed by architects Maguire + Devine. The client wished for a highly functional minimalistic building on her 99 acres piece of land. There were only two pieces of furniture allowed – a mattress and a low table. For the rest of the facilities, the cabin itself needed to function as "furniture".
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Larger plants like palm trees are better set on the floor and add to otherwise empty corners excitement. (Photo: Ferm Living 2016)

13/07/2018 architecture & interior

Bringing Nature Indoors Is a Design Trend that Won’t Die

Bringing nature into our homes is an interior design trend that will never die. Unlike furniture, however, a houseplant can be a fickle friend. Find our four tips for keeping your houseplants alive below.

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The Labyrinth Home

07/06/2018 architecture & interior

The Labyrinth Home

Stepping inside the home, office, and studio space of Spanish artist and sculptor Xavier Corbero feels like entering a surreal maze.
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