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Studiolav, studio de design composé de Loukas Angelou et Vasso Asfi et basé à Londres, signe toujours des créations drôles et décalées (pour retrouver le p

Studiolav, studio de design composé de Loukas Angelou et Vasso Asfi et basé à Londres, signe toujours des créations drôles et décalées (pour retrouver le p

#TonyRosenthal Museum quality maquette of  famous Tony Rosenthal Public Art Sculpture titled Alamo. This 1966 plywood sculpture, 22 x 17 x 17 inches. Rosenthal Family Collection, Southhampton, NY.  Art ©Tony Rosenthal/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY vagarights.com The Estate of Tony Rosenthal is represented Internationally by Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. http://josephklevenefineartltd.com

#TonyRosenthal Museum quality maquette of famous Tony Rosenthal Public Art Sculpture titled Alamo. This 1966 plywood sculpture, 22 x 17 x 17 inches. Rosenthal Family Collection, Southhampton, NY. Art ©Tony Rosenthal/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY vagarights.com The Estate of Tony Rosenthal is represented Internationally by Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. http://josephklevenefineartltd.com

Kensington Lighthouse by Tandem Design Studio & Dominique Ng (via Lunchbox Architect)

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Ingenious. What a great dining room table for those with small spaces. It just becomes a corner table when not in use. Great idea.

Ingenious. What a great dining room table for those with small spaces. It just becomes a corner table when not in use. Great idea.

Mike Nelson, 408 tonnes of imperfect geometry 2012, at Malmö Konsthall

Mike Nelson, 408 tonnes of imperfect geometry 2012, at Malmö Konsthall

Stones that have natural holes in them are traditionally said to be lucky. In past times it was thought that one of the most widespread magic devices to protect both man and beast was a pebble with a natural hole in it, also called ‘hagstone’, ‘witch-stone’, or (in the north-east) ‘adder-stones’. They were used to cast off the evil-eye. It's also said that looking through a holed stone is thought to give “second sight”. In Britain it is common for large holed stones, usually standing…

Stones that have natural holes in them are traditionally said to be lucky. In past times it was thought that one of the most widespread magic devices to protect both man and beast was a pebble with a natural hole in it, also called ‘hagstone’, ‘witch-stone’, or (in the north-east) ‘adder-stones’. They were used to cast off the evil-eye. It's also said that looking through a holed stone is thought to give “second sight”. In Britain it is common for large holed stones, usually standing…

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Magic floor sinks into the ground to transform into an outdoor pool

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