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WADI ABOU JAMIL PENTHOUSE

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WADI ABOU JAMIL PENTHOUSE

WADI ABOU JAMIL PENTHOUSE

WADI ABOU JAMIL PENTHOUSE

WADI ABOU JAMIL PENTHOUSE

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Located in Wadi Abou Jamil at the western periphery of Beirut’s city center, the design of this 1,200-square-meter penthouse by MiaSKAMLA was primarily driven by the desire to create airy spaces that would unite comfort with a minimalist feel, while simultaneously embracing the home’s superb geographic location by taking full advantage of its peripheral views. The main entrance opens up into a vast living room, a formal reception space, as well as the dining room. Fully-glazed and unpartitioned, this area enjoys natural light and floor-to-ceiling views of the sea, city and Mount Lebanon.
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1967 Ferrari Thomassima II

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1967 Ferrari Thomassima II

1967 Ferrari Thomassima II

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Only three cars were ever made.

A rather extraordinary Ferrari has come up for sale in a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The Thomassima II was designed by coach-builder Tom Meade back in the ’60s and holds design cues similar to the Italian luxury automaker’s 330 P4 racecar of ’67.
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SuperNikka

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SuperNikka

SuperNikka

SuperNikka

SuperNikka

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SuperNikka is one of the few custom-built boats to have been produced in Italy in 2015, constructed by one of the country’s outstanding yards, Vismara Marine, and signed by the Irish studio Mills Design. The result is a 62-foot (19-meter) hull that is light, elegant and sporty: a concentrate of technology and visionary detail, a beautiful and fast cruiser that can count on Italian style and finishing and on a carbon fiber structure.
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Frank Gehry’s First-Ever Yacht

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Frank Gehry's First-Ever Yacht

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Last July, at the end of a Friday afternoon, Frank Gehry landed at Barnstable Municipal Airport, on Cape Cod, accompanied by his son Alejandro and his friend Bobby Shriver. The group drove straight to the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, and there the architect first saw her, anchored a little offshore.
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In Residence: Patrizia Moroso

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The grand dame of design opens the doors to her personal paradise

Imposing and unexpected amidst the lush greenery of a secluded plot in Udine in northeastern Italy, the home of Patrizia Moroso reveals a vibrant vision in the forest: at once a lived-in family home and a showcase of contemporary design and art gathered from around the globe.
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Samsung Serif by Bouroullec brothers

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Samsung Serif by Bouroullec brothers

Samsung Serif by Bouroullec brothers

Samsung Serif by Bouroullec brothers

Samsung Serif by Bouroullec brothers

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After hearing that the Bouroullec brothers had been working with global electronics behemoth Samsung on a top-secret new project, Wallpaper* was keen to visit their studio to see it unveiled for the first time. Though the talented twosome have collaborated with plenty of well-known names in their time, we were intrigued to see how they had adapted to working with such a giant brand.
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Fabriken Furillen (Gotland, Sweden)

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Fabriken Furillen

Fabriken Furillen

Fabriken Furillen

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The hotel’s design is the brainchild of commercial photographer Johan Hellström. The building stands out against the surrounding landscape while at the same time acting as a natural extension of it, reflecting the former quarry’s shapes and colors. Hellström’s re-imagining of the factory’s existing infrastructure began with the crumbling worker’s canteen. He and his wife renovated the space to include 18 rooms, using recycled local materials such as limestone, concrete and hardwood.
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Ecocapsule

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Ecocapsule

Ecocapsule

Ecocapsule

Ecocapsule

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If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you go? Whatever your answer, Nice Architects’ new ‘Ecocapsule’ could make that a reality.

The spaceship-like container is in fact a mini apartment – a radically downsized alternative to conventional housing – set up with all the luxuries you would expect from a mobile home. (Albeit a far prettier version than its contemporaries.)

Six years in development, the Ecocapsule generates its own clean energy and can be situated anywhere; from tundra to city, woodland to seashore. It started as a small housing unit for artists back in 2008 and has evolved into the self-sufficient pod we see now, fully equipped with the necessary systems for long-term independence.
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Hyundai Card Card Factory, Seoul

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If you ever wondered what a credit card production facility looks like, a visit to the Hyundai Card Card Factory is just what the doctor ordered. Located in the company’s headquarters in Yeouido, the heart of Seoul’s financial district, this brand new project by Hyundai has just opened its doors to the public, offering unprecedented, behind-the-scenes access to its manufacturing spaces.
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