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In an unusual interior – unusual lamps, and even better – a whole series of such, have decided in the Dutch design studio Studio Job, and have designed several pieces for the Italian company Venini, masters for the production of exclusive glass products. In the end, saw the light fixtures  in the form of a ghost , vase , hat , pot and the Candlestick.

Unusual institution, located in one of the malls Portuguese city of Braga, is expressive element of the interior public spaces, comfortable modern bar, coffee shop and just place a pleasant stay. Dual Zone the translucent walls of the room and at the same time, create a sense of unity viewed the premises of the space center. Futuristic form perforation pattern is a geometrization of different-coffee beans. Geometric “coffee Matrix combines three separate zones: the coffee shop to relax, meet or work with a laptop, a soft relaxation area for gourmet coffee and an outdoor playground that combines a cafe with putting the shopping center.

Design a charismatic institution aims to avoid the feeling of a closed, confined spaces. Come, drink a cup of coffee, a visitor feels the dynamics of what is happening around and at the same time, some security and comfort to create a unique contemporary feel, part of which he became for a while. In order to create an effect of airiness and volume of the geometric “coffee bean” while retaining the structural strength, the perforated casing is made of double cafe MDF panels, painted in white. The second major liquor interior was selected contrasting color of strong, freshly brewed coffee.

American design studio has created original Autum sofa, called Heretic, the sofa has the shape of a coffin with a very luxurious style.Sofa made of steel coffin, weighs 360 pounds and is lined with black Italian leather. Copies: 3 copies. It’s the american design studio Autumshere who created this amazing piece of design. Hand-Made 100% in the USA, Heretic is presented in a black italian leather texture. The whole thing is available for 4,500 $. An amazing way to design your mansion, or even better, your Church House. Autum’s Heretic Coffin Sofa is an elegant, stylish and super comfy piece that will add that extra spice to your dwelling.

This unusual building was designed to look like an ocean liner and was once the headquarters of Coca Cola’s bottling operations. Helping the building look like a ship are various design add-ons such as portholes, cargo doors, and a large bridge on top. To construct the building, four other buildings on the site had to be remodeled to fit in with the ship plans. The huge edifice was built in 1937 and designed by architect Robert V. Derrah; today, it still stands as one of L.A.’s most famous buildings.  Architect Derrah created this manufactory for Coca-Cola right around the same time he designed Crossroads of the World, also ship-shaped, on Sunset. For this landmark Coke plant, Derrah built the project around a handful of existing buildings, including the company’s 1927 plant, so I reckon it’s more of a re-design. Streamline Moderne in design, it’s got all the boat things, with portholes, catwalk, promenade deck, hatches, rivets, and the confounded bridge.

Designed by William O’Brien Jr., the assistant professor of Architecture in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this unusual vacation house plan is an A-frame house in the forest that stands out among the trees.  Small but sweet, this compact vacation cottage provides a retreat from all the hustle and bustle. The forest setting is as appreciated from the outdoors as it is in, thanks to the home’s expansive glass walls. Three asymmetrical A-frames culminate in this oddly shaped house. The Skinny A-frame houses the library, wine cellar and garage; the wide, central frame is occupied by the bedrooms and baths; while the kitchen, living and dining are to be found in the third. The house aims to undermine the seeming limitations of a triangular section by augmenting and revealing the extreme proportion in the vertical direction, and utilizing the acutely angled corners meeting the floor as moments for thickened walls, telescopic apertures and built-in storage.

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