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In a new classic brace, a molecular masterpiece and a molecular legend are paired for the first time. The essential elements of Monoscent G and Monoscent E: Galoxolide® Super (2007) and Timbersilk® (2012) by IFF, are the newest versions of Galaxolide (1965) and Iso E Super (1973), respectively. Both denatured alcohol solutions are entirely manufactured in the state-of-the-art IFF facility in the United States.
These fundamental aroma molecules are contemporary classics. Just as the iconic white t-shirt serves as the basis for a signature style, Monoscent® can be personalized, worn singly, or layered. A celebrity athlete turned entrepreneur remarks, “after my morning workout, my grooming routine is topped by two sprays of G over a half spray of E, and I’m ready for the day!”
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Gallery show: an East London live/work space joins the best of both worlds
The East London real estate market is hot property at the moment, so maximising one’s space is a clever move for the savvy homeowner. Which is exactly what the founder of the Roman Road Gallery just did, opting to commission emerging London practice Threefold architects to both redesign and expand their space in the heart of Bethnal Green.
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The Villa Boréale is a charming contemporary residence located in Charlevoix, an eastern region of the Quebec Province well known for its wooded valleys, skiable mountains and breathtaking points of view. At the heart of the boreal forest, the Villa is set on a sloped and private site, matching up nicely with the ubiquitous vegetation of the surroundings.
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Nestled into a forested slope along the eastern edge of the Case Inlet, this small retreat opens to a western view of the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound. Anchored by a weathered cedar clad bedroom wing, a bold concrete cantilever projects the living and dining into the forest and toward the view.
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Beijing-based architecture and design studio reMIX designed a shutter-clad extension to a light-filled white home in Beijing. The brief included a garden extension as well as the accommodation of a double-height studio, roof terrace, kitchen garden and projection room.
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Sao Paulo-based architecture practice Studio MK27 designed ‘Casa Branca’, a concrete retreat inspired by Brazilian Modernism.
In order to withstand the area’s extreme tropical weather conditions, the minimal two-story structure was created with a combination of wood, concrete and white aluminum. To ensure air ventilation throughout the building, the architects decided on the installation of sliding doors with wooden slats.
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A mature fir tree would be enclosed at the centre of this conceptual tubular glass house by Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov, which may finally become a reality now that potential investors have been found. Tree in the House is designed by Almassov of A Masow Architects as an inverted treehouse, intended to provide an escape from the “sweltering concrete boxes” of city life.
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The ‘Perfect Wall House’ Keeps the Building Materials on the Outside
The Perfect Wall House was inspired by concepts put forth by forensic engineer Joe Lstiburek. Created by architectural firm Rauser Design, the house features an interesting element that separates it from others like it: a majority of the building materials can be found on the outside of the house.
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