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12 Shapes of Paper…

…all twelve outfits in this series are crafted from paper by students of the Estonian Academy of Arts…each outfit represents a different month of the year…

a calendar was created for paper brand Antalis…styled by Marit Ilisonview all twelve outfits…

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Sep 13, 2014
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Elevated Dining…

…is enjoyed at the Russet Residence in West Vancouver, Canada.  Splyce Design‘s newest project is over-the-top…

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Sep 9, 2014
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Time Out…

We work for a multitude of reasons…and it’s reasonable we like to play hard after we work hard.  Below are a few new establishments that would be fun to unwind and play at after a demanding work day…

The Abbaye de Fontevraud Hotel, Anjou, France/the remarkable architect duo, Jouin Manku

Shustov Brandy Bar, Odessa, Ukraine/Belenko Design Brand

The Peggy Guggenheim Café contemporary renovation, NY, NY/Hangar Design Group

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Sep 8, 2014
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Bathed in White Light…

…I wonder what artist Doug Wheeler’s lighting installation, titled D-N SF 12 PG VI, does to one’s senses…do your senses shut down…or go into full throttle? Stunning…

Doug Wheeler’s, D-N SF 12 PG VI, is installed for The Illusion of Light exhibition at Palazzo Grassi – an 18th century residence situated on Venice’s Grand Canal that now hosts contemporary art shows.

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Sep 7, 2014
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A Twist on Color…

watercolor your walls…

create a bold and colorful runner…

or, add colored fixtures….

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Aug 22, 2014
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Take a Bow…

…baby boomers galore ponder a myriad of ways they would like to gracefully take their last bow on stage left and create a new vision for life on stage right.  A couple in their 60′s chose to trade busy city life for a restful life surrounded by nature in New Zealand.  They asked Hamish Monk Architecture to create their nirvana.  Waiatarua House is complete with exquisite modern furnishings, creative sculptural components, and a unique sensitivity for the bush area surrounding the property.

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Aug 21, 2014
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Does It Float?…

…yes, it does!

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Aug 15, 2014
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Chocolate Eclair…

…maybe I’m simply hungry…however. my eyes are feasting on this rich and sweet course of a home…L’Ecran, Wenworth-Nord, Canada…whipped to perfection by Alain Carle Architecte…yum.

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Aug 13, 2014
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A Day in the Garden…

a meandering ramp through aromatic groundcover and the limbs of three Japanese maplesHilgard Garden is a landscaping project by Mary Barensfeld Architecture.  It is part of a private residence located in Berkeley, California…

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Aug 10, 2014
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1000th Post for cabbagerose…

…I would like to say thank you for visiting…the door is always open.  I have enjoyed getting acquainted with many of you.  Cheers!

Earlier this week I posted innovative uses for paper.  Now let’s take a look at Paper Cave Space, a stunning multi-functional device that can be used as an office, a saloon, a meeting place, a lounge or a bar.  A wildly creative design by Kotaro Horiuchi

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Aug 9, 2014
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So Long…

The Long Houses, Singapore, by Formwerkz Architects…such a beauty…works for me…

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Aug 6, 2014
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Fresh…

…as fresh can be.  Linen bedding, linen headboard and linen draperies are ‘crisply wrinkled’…the fabric sets off an olfactory response…fragrant ‘fresh’.  Sunshine, wood slats, and pristine concrete flooring; one gets the feeling the master bed is half inside, half outside…strategic placement of art adds just the right punch.

in-situ house/rob kennon architects

Aug 5, 2014
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