Red Design Group is an Australian company that creates creative and exciting environments for retail business across the board (from 7-11 stores to high-end luxury retailers) and they even have quite a space of their own. One of their recent projects was a candy store, also located in Melbourne
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The Bambu Hammock Dog Bed is the perfect solution for both man, and man’s best friend. (Check out more photos HERE!)
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Arumi midori & Arumi Mizuiro, the side tables created by Belgian designers of the Krizalid Studio.
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The heart of the house is a 3×3.5m elevator platform that moves freely up and down between the three floors. (More pictures and video here)
Check out more pictures and video of the Room That Elevates Through The Home. Via Enpundit
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Saunders Architecture designed the Squish Studio on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada. (more photos here)
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Anytime you blend firearms with furniture, it makes for a fun time. (Check out more photos HERE!)
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Designer Dylan Kendall created a funny ceramic collection for kitchen and bathroom called “Efeet Collection”. It consists of footed dishware, claw-foot soap dishes and toothy tooth brush cups. “Ever wonder what would happen if you closed your eyes for a moment only to open them and find yourself in another world? A place of magic where the adventure of dining begins with dishware that stands on its own.” Have fun!
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Check out this great house southeast of the city of Puebla, Mexico. Three volumes form the exterior, one facing the street, another containing private spaces and the last to connect these opposing wings with common areas. More info and pictures!
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