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Silo House, Arizona

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Silo House, Arizona

Silo House, Arizona

Silo House, Arizona

via ignant.de | Photos © Mark Lipczynski

Arizona-based architect and product designer Christoph Kaiser converted a mid-century steel-wall grain silo into a house. Located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix’s up-and-coming Garfield Historic District, the Silo House is restricted to a 230 sq ft footprint and a 340 sq ft total livable space.
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Lake House, Massachusetts

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Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

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Called Lake House, the sculptural two-storey dwelling was designed by Taylor and Miller as an abstract composition of volumes and forms. It encompasses 1,650 square feet (153 square metres), and was designed to serve as a country retreat for a Manhattan-based fashion executive and musician.
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Mclaren Honda MP4-X

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Mclaren Honda MP4-X

Mclaren Honda MP4-X

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When Mclaren Honda has a building full of engineers and designers often confined by rules and restrictions, they need to somehow vent their creative ideas. The ’MP4-X’ concept was established to harness Mclaren’s vision for the future of motorsport technology by employing alternative power sources, adaptable chassis and computer systems that can communicate in the event of a failure or problem. The formula one team equipped the concept with the most cutting edge technological solutions that exist in the world today to create a race car that could exist in the distant future.
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In Residence: Jim Olson

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Up in the trees with the nature-loving architect

The home of architect Jim Olson—founder of Seattle-based practice Olson Kundig—is a monument to the principles that have underpinned his entire architectural career: the idea that buildings can serve as a bridge between nature, culture, histories and people.
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JH MODERN, Wyoming

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JH MODERN, Wyoming

JH MODERN, Wyoming

JH MODERN, Wyoming

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The Shoshone native American tribe called them teewinot, meaning “numerous peaks”. The first French explorers baptized them les trois tétons, “the three breasts”. We’re in Wyoming, in the hills of Jackson Hole, where today Debra Caudy and her husband Clay Heighton can enjoy this ancient mountain range from a privileged position: their villa.
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Swan 115

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Swan 115

Swan 115

Swan 115

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In the world of sailing, Swan yachts are called “the Rolls Royce of the sea.” Many of their owners regard them as works of art (“my Picasso”), not just because of their cost, between fifteen and twenty million euros, but also and above all for their uniqueness. The latest project of the Finnish yard, run since 1998 by Leonardo Ferragamo, is the 115-footer, designed by German Frérs. The first boat to touch the water (of the four built so far) was Solleone, owned by the Italian businessman.
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