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the ‘baik’ bicycle

symmetrical lines and angles blend baik frame with the bicycle’s rims by piotr boruslawski | designboom

with the ‘baik’ bicycle, ion lucin wanted to create a concept with as few elements and lines as possible. starting with symmetrical lines and angles, it was possible to create a frame, which would blend with the rims of the bicycle. the minimalism goes even further, in the way the color is applied, to express more with less. see more…

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ecdm adds curving glass and steel apartment block

french firm ECDM has added a nine-storey tower with an undulating glass form to a row of housing blocks in Paris’ 7th arrondissement (+ slideshow).

paris-based ECDM was tasked with creating both apartments for sale and social housing for a site on Avenue de Saxe. The plot already had a garden – a feature that the architects were keen to retain. read more…

tropical beach house

tropical beach house by renato d’ettorre architects photo by willem rethmeier

a small one bedroom beach house. the primary design elements are shutters made out of low-maintenance native hardwoods that will age and eventually blend in with the surrounding tropical landscape. see more…

tropical beach house, far north queensland, australia, by renato d’ettorre architects

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