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The Wave House by Architect Mario Romano Is a Coastal Gem

Los Angeles-based architect Mario Romano recently debuted his newest project called The Wave House. With an affinity for natural landscapes, Romano designed the coastal abode in Venice, California to resemble a majestic ocean swell. The two-story property is wrapped in white aluminum skin and stained cedar. It is also comprised of free-flowing spaces, tall windows […]

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Find Your Dreamy Escape at The Ocean Eye House in Costa Rica

Architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe of San José, Costa Rica created a breathtaking dwelling tucked in the western region of the Nicoya peninsula. Aptly named the Ocean Eye House, this sweeping two-story abode touts unrivaled views of the Pacific Ocean, tropical hardwood floors, wooden doors that resemble shutters and an enfilade of terraces that open up […]

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This Upscale, Modern Home From Australia Boasts Perfect Geometry

This contemporary Burran Ave home by Corben Architects is located near the Balmoral Beach in Sydney, Australia. The goal for the firm was, “to provide an interior that was modern but warm with a casual elegance free of unnecessary embellishment or decoration.” What’s great about the three-level home is that it overlooks the surrounding body […]

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Take a Look Inside Airbnb’s New Tokyo Office

The world’s largest accommodation-sharing service, Airbnb, has opened its newest office in Tokyo, offering a creativity-inducing haven in the heart of the city’s bustling Shinjuku district. As with a number of Airbnb’s offices, the Tokyo outpost is based on real Airbnb listings from Prague, Tijuana, and Barcelona. Working with Japan’s Suppose Design Office, the company has constructed […]

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Learn the History Behind the “Stranger Things” Title Font

As Netflix’s sci-fi thriller Stranger Things continues to draw viewers through its nostalgic tone, its hypnotizing title sequence with synth-heavy music simply yet effectively transports audiences to the ’80s. Creative house Imaginary Forces sought to typographically set the retro scene for the show by using the typeface known as Benguiat. Fast Company recently interviewed the […]

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Nike Partners With Rio to Restore ‘Olympic Villages’ for City’s Youth

Nike announced earlier last year that it was working with officials from the city of Rio to build and revamp 22 new sporting sites for the city’s youth, known as the “Olympic Villages.” The five-year mission aims to promote physical activity and inspire young athletes to pursue their athletic passions throughout the growing metropolis. Designboom […]

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This Ultra Modern Home Sits in a Gap Once Occupied by a Chevron Pipeline

The Edgeland House by Bercy Chen Studio sits in a gap once occupied by a Chevron pipeline on a rehabilitated brownfield site. Despite its ultra modern appearance, the residence’s design is actually a modern reinterpretation of the Native American Pit House, one of the oldest housing technologies in North America, which allows the structure to maintain […]

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This Stunning English Country Estate Is Every Car Collector’s Dream House

Set in approximately six acres of beautiful landscaped grounds in Buckinghamshire is the Old Jordans residence, a stunning 18th century period manor house with a contemporary touch. Unlike the typical super estate, the 10-bedroom home features a modern open plan design with ample space to house even the biggest of car collections, most notably in a spotlight […]

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Couple Spends 24 Years Building a Self-Sustaining, Floating Island to Live off the Grid

Floating off the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, is a manmade, floating island built by Wayne Adams and Catherine King. The couple started building the sustainable, buoyant home together back in 1992, and have been growing and fishing for their own food ever since. Named “Freedom Cove,” the home consists of 12 floating platforms, which include […]

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Lance Wyman’s Notebook Of “Designlogs” Is Looking to Get Published

Respected graphic designer, Lance Wyman is popularly known as the man behind the visual branding of the 1968 Mexico Olympics. Some say his work for that project cemented his legacy in the design world. Like any other creative, Mr. Wyman drafted his ideas and earlier concepts for logos and images on notebooks first before processing them […]

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