Ombré Givenchy VR Goggles

The market for VR technology is only increasing, so the Givenchy VR “Ombré” has been conceptually designed by Se Hyeon Won for PDF HAUS to identify what can be done to make the headsets more stylish.
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Japanese Home with Earthquake Proof Climbable Bookshelf

Designed by Japanese architect Shinsuke Fujii, House in Shinyoshida is a small, contemporary home with a slanted wall, situated in a hillside neighborhood of Yokohama, Japan. Incorporated into the western-facing diagonal wall is a prominent floor-to-ceiling bookshelf, that you can climb.
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King Edison Ghost Pendant Lamp

Inconspicuous King Edison Ghost hides a gem behind its humble appearance – a glimmering silhouette of a chandelier emerging like a phantom enveloped in a captivating darkness.
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These Laser Cut Screens Add an Individual Touch to the Facade

Located in Melbourne’s historic inner-city suburb of Richmond, No Two The Same is a completed townhouse development, of converted Victorian Heritage dwellings. When Melbourne Design Studios were creating these six urban homes in Melbourne, Australia, they chose not to use the same materials for each facade, instead they created a collection of artistic facades.
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Merchants of Luxury: Dolce & Gabbana’s New Stores

Eric Carlsen of Carbondale has recently created two new stores for luxury fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana—one in Venice, Italy, and another in Monte Carlo, Monaco. But put them side by side and you’d never know it was all the work of one person. In Venice, a historical interior design with local palatial references and craftsmanship felt right. In Monte Carlo, contemporary sleekness meets Italian baroque. Yet both carry the spirit of D&G.
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Fabricwood by Produce.Workshop Named World Interior of the Year

Fabricwood, an installation for premium designer furniture store Xtra in Singapore on behalf of Herman Miller, has been named as the World Interior of the Year for 2017. The project, conceived by Produce.Workshop, has beaten over 200 entries and 78 finalists across nine categories to be named the World Interior of the Year.
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