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Natura Fabularis collection by L’Artisan Parfumeur

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Natura Fabularis collection by L'Artisan Parfumeur

Natura Fabularis collection by L'Artisan Parfumeur

Natura Fabularis collection by L'Artisan Parfumeur

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Natura Fabularis collection by L’Artisan Parfumeur Explores an Idyllic Fantasy Garden

Instead of emulating the scents of plants as they appear in nature, L’Artisan Parfumeur has unveiled ‘Natura Fabularis’ – a collection of six different fragrances, which each invent a unique fantasy. Perfumer Daphné Bugey was invited to create six olfactory dreams, which would inject an unexpected twist to the heart of each formula.
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King Albert House, Singapore

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King Albert House, Singapore

King Albert House, Singapore

King Albert House, Singapore

King Albert House, Singapore

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Green kingdom: a Singapore house reigns supreme in its leafy surroundings

Critics of Singapore’s modern built landscape invariably focus on the bent of local architects for creating glass boxes that, in the humid tropical heat, become year-round saunas that need 24/7 air-conditioning. This house, located in the island’s tiny King Albert Park, is a textbook example of what can happen when the natural setting and judicious orientation are factored into the design.
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House In Leiria

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House In Leiria

House In Leiria

House In Leiria

House In Leiria

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Looking Down Into A House In Leiria

The sleek, modern, and minimal whited-out house designed by architect, Manuel Aires Mateus, features an indoor-outdoor experience where one can look down into a room’s private patio.
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The Chichester

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The Chichester

The Chichester

The Chichester

The Chichester

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Baca Architects – the studio behind the UK’s first amphibious house – has completed a boxy floating home on Chichester Canal in southern England. The London-based architects developed the floating house as a prototype with British company Floating Homes. The replicable design named Chichester won an ideas competition seeking solutions to London’s housing crisis earlier this year.
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Nakahouse, Los Angeles

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Nakahouse, Los Angeles

Nakahouse, Los Angeles

Nakahouse, Los Angeles

Nakahouse, Los Angeles

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Nakahouse is an abstract remodel of a 1960’s hillside house located on a West facing ridge in the Hollywood Hills, just below the Hollywood sign. To the South and West are canyon views; to the East is a protected natural ravine, with a view of Griffith Park Observatory in the distance.
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Casa Tiny, Mexico

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Casa Tiny, Mexico

Casa Tiny, Mexico

Casa Tiny, Mexico

Casa Tiny, Mexico

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Laid-back loving: a bijou Mexican escape for two

Located just a short walk from the sea, Casa Tiny can be found nestled in an area of dense vegetation near the surf town of Puerto Escondido, on Mexico’s idyllic Oaxacan coast. One of the first built offerings from young architect Aranza de Ariño, the little beach house is a compact, romantic retreat for two.
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Venice House, California

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Venice House, California

Venice House, California

Venice House, California

Venice House, California

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Sebastian Mariscal Establishes a Harmonious Balance for Venice House in California

Sebastian Mariscal’s ‘Venice House’ project achieves a harmonious balance between interior and exterior by blurring the distinction between indoor and outdoor living. The Californian home explores the idea of compound structures by integrating each section into the natural landscape.
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