Bearbrick Porcelain Sculpture

The K. Olin Tribu design studio is behind a new creation called Bearbrick Porcelain 400%. A sculpture imagined with the company Medicom. A little head of bear on the body of a LEGO figure. All to give a touch of originality to your interior, made from “Made in France” porcelaine.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media » Design

Geometric and Playful Places for Children in a Colombian School

Architect Daniel Bonilla and AEI arquitectura e interiores, based in Bogota in Colombia, worked together to imagine play and reading places in the anglo colombiano school in the Colombian capital. Colorful places, little hiding places to read in peace, geometric cushions to learn with fun.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media » Design

Tea Room Tree House in Japan

Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura is the creator of the “tea room” Bird Nest Atami, à Shizuoka, near Tokyo. Hanging on a tree like the birds’ nests, this tea house perfectly matches the natural structure of the tree (aged of 300 years old) to which it’s attached at more than 10 meters high. Just climb some steps to meet the tea paradise.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media » Design

Minimalist House in Lisbon

Architect João Tiago Aguiar is behind of the refurbishment located in a 50’s neighborhood, in the western side of Lisbon. A minimalist interior design enhanced by a façade that seem to be knitted. Panels could slide to let the light in once windows opened. White walls offers to spaces a great luminosity by using also materials as wood to give a warm atmosphere to the rooms.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media » Design

Minimalist House in Lisbon

Architect João Tiago Aguiar is behind of the refurbishment located in a 50’s neighborhood, in the western side of Lisbon. A minimalist interior design enhanced by a façade that seem to be knitted. Panels could slide to let the light in once windows opened. White walls offers to spaces a great luminosity by using also materials as wood to give a warm atmosphere to the rooms.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media » Design

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