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Knightsbridge Renovation by Rajiv Saini & Associates

By • Mar 21, 2013

Knightsbridge Renovation by Rajiv Saini Associates (1)

This contemporary interior is a renovation by Rajiv Saini & Associates located in Knightsbridge, London, England.

One important improvement is a glass floor that was added at street level to provide natural light to the basement.

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Streeter Residence by David Salmela Architect

By • Feb 17, 2013

Streeter Residence by David Salmela Architect (20)

The American firm, David Salmela Architect, has created this modern residence located in Deephaven, Minnesota, USA.

It is a continuation of a series of prefabricated homes developed by the client that strives to satisfy a custom-built market using modular elements.

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Project 910 by Kiko Salomão Arquitetura

By • Jan 11, 2013

Project 910 by Kiko Salomao Arquitetura (4)

This contemporary interior by Kiko Salomão Arquitetura is a 2012 project located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The choice of demure furnishings allows the ample art collection to take center stage.

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Green Houses by Sander Architects

By • Oct 9, 2012

Green Houses by Sander Architects (1)

Sanders Architects designed this pair of sustainable townhouses, located in  West Los Angeles, California, USA, in 2012 as part of their Hybrid House project using a prefabricated frame, skin, and roof.

While parts of the homes are ready-made, they are hybrids of prefab and custom elements.

This approach allows for a unique residence at a fraction of the cost.

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House Of Cards Table by Mauricio Arruda

By • Jan 17, 2011

House Of Cards Table by Mauricio Arruda

The House of Cards table by Brazilian designer-architect Mauricio Arruda is an inventive one of a kind table-piece that shows us how to build a perfectly sturdy table using the appropriate house of cards structure.

This table, despite its fragile look, is designed to support up to 250 kilograms or 500 lbs.

By laser cutting 4mm deep steel plates and producing cards in a scale of 13:1, the table is literally put together like a house of cards.

The steels cards are weld one to one, allowing each owner to fully customize its configuration.

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