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Armario de pared lacado MDF con puerta INMOTION | Mueble de pared - MDF Italia

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Bookcloth Cabinet | Union Studio

Bookcloth Cabinet | Union Studio

BD_Aquario - Meubelbeurs Milaan

the campana brothers aquário cabinet and table for bd barcelona design, uses coloured glass to create numerous bubble shaped windows.

Exploded cinema in Wuhan, China, by One Plus Partnership

Virgina Lung explains how interior design firm One Plus Partnership used jagged geometric forms to create a cinema that looks like it has been blown up

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Tama Console by Carlo Colombo. Console with black lacquered ash drawers. Satin brass and satin brass lacquered aluminium details.

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Manufacturer MDF Italia’s new ‘Inmotion’ storage system, designed by Neuland Industriedesign, is an all-rounder. Almost literally. It creates a new typology by making the side of each of the units just as utilitarian as the front

Non Plus Ultra: the Interior Innovation Award 2013's 'Best of Best'

A new typology of storage units that represents a innovation making a visual and functional use of the side section as well as the front one. Usually, the storage unit side view is never considered…

sebastián lara eguiluz / la campechana credenza

"The Campechana" is a cabinet designed by Sebastian Lara, which takes it inspiration from traditional weaving and Mexican furniture from the modernist period of the Its name appears as a tribute to the building of the government palace of the San Fr…

Modern Home Extension Blending Familiarity and Functionality  - http://freshome.com/modern-home-extension-blending-familiarity-and-functionality/

Image 7 of 13 from gallery of Hawthorn House / Chan Architecture. Photograph by Folded Bird Photography – Brendan Finn