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Design, Bitches overhauls LA education centre 9 Dots with plywood built-ins
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Reader comment: "All a bit too chunky"
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Reader comment: "Being forced to watch adverts while stuck in traffic, dystopian stuff"
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Catssup lets you hack your furniture to create a vertical cat playground
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Reader comment: "This is how you do it, I think I'm falling in love"
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10 roof gardens that provide an urban oasis
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Fin is a compact vibrator designed for shared or solo use
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The shoe was designed to replicate the effect of a foot sinking into soft sand
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"My method is to avoid heroic gestures, because you get to a point where the heroics kill the beauty of the material"
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10 attention-grabbing Jenga-style buildings
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Franklin Azzi Architecture converts Nantes warehouses into art school
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IKEA's rickshaws are charged by 4,000 solar panels installed on their first Indian store's roof
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Skandium Townhouse shows how your home could be more eco-friendly
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Frank Gehry, 89, says the first project helped him inform the second, and create one big building suited to Facebook's working lifestyle
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Explore barn conversions from around the world via our Pinterest board
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Joyce Wang explores diverse potential of terrazzo with Flint objects
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Reader comment: 'Almost like something out of Indiana Jones"
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Reader comment: "As a scale-model builder, I want this"
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Appareil Architecture's black metal cabin hides in a Quebec forest
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The Longhouse is a 40-foot-high structure to be made from laminated veneer lumber
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