The Lifestyle Guide for Men on the Cutting Edge
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The Courtyard House by MBAC exudes a floating effect that imagines a wooden structure hovering within a concrete frame.
The 2 piece floating desk features a back panel finished in a walnut veneer complemented by a desktop done in a glossy white lacquer.
Located in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, this 6,300 square foot home showcases a double-height living area that creates a transparent mezzanine.
Each of the 217 components in the clock capture your imagination by being finished in starkly contrasting black, gold, and white faces.
This chair has been sourced from a private collector who kept the piece Mogensen originally created for Erhard Rasmussen in the early 1950s.
Frattini’s very own chair was made out of wood and faux-feather in 1959. For 60 years it has been preserved to retain its original design.
A House creates a visual effect that effortlessly blends the intimacy of a home with the natural beauty of its surroundings.
Open space encapsulated by a forest glade enhance the tranquility that permeates from the half hectare of land this space is built on.
With a span of 274 x 152 x 76 cm, the table provides space for guests for dinner and other activities once its wire-print net is detached.
Ideal for hosting company that’s seeking a retreat from urban life, the Alpine Terrace House also features a pair of guest rooms.
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