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Architecture With a Distinct Modern Personality in Dubrovnik, Croatia: V2 House

<b>V2 House</b> by <b>3LHD Architects</b> is a highly modern addition to the picturesque seashore in Dubrovnik, Croatia. With its simple geometry and white profile, …

G House / Lorenzo Guzzini

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> The idea of the project is to value an abandoned villa from 19th century in Como, through an …

Rainmaker Plant Watering Cloud Turns Bottles into Watering Cans

Your music and photos aren’t the only thing that can take advantage of the “cloud” these days. With the Rainmaker Plant Watering Cloud, you can …

Blackbox / Form_art Architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> The idea of the mews served as the starting point for Blackbox in more ways than just its physical …

Design You Trust

Anthony Jones is a concept artist and illustrator working in the film and video game industry. He has worked for companies such as Blizzard …

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Green Edge House / ma-style architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> There was the building site on a gently sloping hill.It is land for sale by the lot made by recent land …

Enchanting Villa in Sweden Displaying an Interesting Blend of Simple and Rigorous Volumes

The enchanting Nilsson Villa, located in Sweden, reminds us that we’re in the middle of summer and yes, we do dream of vacation, silky sands, blue …

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Findlay Residence by Splyce Design

Splyce Design have completed the Findlay Residence located in North Vancouver, Canada.<p>Description<p>The Findlay Residence is located on a flat, …

This beach front home is protected from the road by a series of concrete blade walls which capture the rawness of the coastal environment . http://www.archello.com/en/project/beach-house-1-0

The Indicator: Is Architecture Addicted to Adjuncts?

In the 1970s roughly 20 percent of all US college courses were taught by adjuncts. In recent years, especially since the global financial meltdown, …

Centennial Tree House / Wallflower Architecture + Design

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> The owner wanted external blank walls. Then talk continued to fixed screens. Centre courtyard for light …

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Unconventional Concrete Holiday Retreat near Aspen, Colorado

Kaegebein Fine Homebuilding completed the design of an unconventional chalet situated near Aspen, Colorado. The project distinguishes itself from the …

On the eastern coast of the African continent sits Kenya, a country of 44 million that straddles the Earth's equator. In addition to its diverse and picturesque scenery—from the 5,188m (17,021ft) tall peak of Mount Kenya to wildlife-rich savannas—Kenya is also home to a thriving Instagram community. Experience life in Kenya through the lenses just a few of the many Instagrammers that live there: Kenyan photographer @truthslinger; Nairobi-based pilot @eston; Kenya-based photographer and graphic designer @davideandr3; and Nairobi-based engineer @white_african. Photo by @truthslinger.

"My life also revolves around food and so does the account," says Mimi Thorisson (@mimithor), a French food blogger living in Médoc, France, with her husband, six children, and 14 dogs. The account is a joint effort with her husband Oddur, and her photos often depict special family moments in the secluded region of Médoc, from harvesting grapes with her children to a forest dinner with friends. "I love living here in the French countryside," she says. "Since it's all relatively new to me I am amazed every day about something I see or experience. When you are amazed, you want to share." Mimi's account features plenty of food with on-the-table images of her explorations into French and Asian cuisine inspired, by her childhood in Hong Kong and summers at her grandmother's house in the south of France. "I was fortunate enough to have a French grandmother and aunt who loved cooking and they taught me a lot. I got the best of both worlds." Find more photos and videos from Mimi's adventures in cooking on blog.instagram.com and follow her on Instagram: @mimithor.

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPstraightfacades This weekend's Hashtag Project takes its inspiration from a new urban hashtag series catching on in the community: #straightfacades. In this series, Instagrammers take photos of the exterior walls—or facades—of a large building from straight on and crop out the building's edges. This angle results in a geometric, almost abstract photo made entirely out of walls and windows. Now it's your turn. The goal this weekend is to take your own creative facade photo. Some tips to get you started: This project is all about lines and patterns. Take time to make sure your lines are straight, even and parallel with the edges of the frame to master the effect. When possible, try to take your photo from a few floors up in a building across the street. This helps minimize street-level interruptions and lets you fill your frame with the wall you're shooting. Though it may seem like facades don't change, keep an eye on light and shadows. Between light reflecting off glass and shadows cast by windowsills and balconies, there can be a lot of variation throughout the day. Finally, with a strong grid as the basis for your photo, anything that breaks it becomes a focal point. Use this to your advantage as you shoot. PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPstraightfacades hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning! Featured photo by @nicanorgarcia

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Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive with their son Prince George of Cambridge at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace in central London on October 23, 2013, ahead of the christening of the three month-old prince. Photograph by John Stillwell—AFP/Getty Images (@gettyimages)

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPemptyspaces The goal this weekend is to take creative photos and videos documenting abandoned locations or otherwise busy places when they're empty. Some tips to get you started: Capturing a busy space when it's completely empty requires patience. Take time to wait for people to leave and consider scoping out your location in advance to see when the space receives the least traffic. Many areas—both rural and urban—have abandoned buildings. Look for reminders of what once occupied the space and details of how it has decayed. Be careful when exploring abandoned sites or ruins, though, as they can occasionally be dangerous. If you're feeling particularly festive as many countries prepare to celebrate Halloween next week, seek out haunted houses in your area and tell their stories visually. PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPemptyspaces hashtag to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs and videos to the project. Any image or video taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning! Featured photo by @kathmo

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My boy @tpcustom built/restored this '54 beaut from scratch. The paint job alone is one of the most impressive pieces of work I've ever seen. In Ty's words, "It'll give you cavities..." This is one of many classic custom rides in his arsenal. Check him out. #excelsiordistrict #tpcustoms

Off the mainland coast of Miyagi Prefecture sits one of Japan's three most scenic sights: a group of 260 small pine-covered islands called Matsushima (松島). Deriving their name from the Japanese translation of "pine island"—matsu (松) for "pine" and shima (島) for "island"—the destination is a draw for locals, tourists and seagulls alike. The islands are best viewed from one of four vantage points, and cruises offer the best option for getting an up-close look. To see more photos and videos from Japan's pine islands, browse the #matsushima hashtag or tap the blue location link above. Photo by @fujiwash.

Looks like Autumn just started in England fresh pickings straight off to @Fifteen London so our amazing chef @Jon Rotheram can do some magic with the daily menu big love to all #jamieoliver