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Jewelry designer Georg Spreng have commissioned the creative folks from C18 Architects (Marcus Kaestle, Andreas Ocker and Michel Roeder) to build him a house in Wissgoldingen, Southern Germany, near Stuttgart. An amazing dream project that covers a total area of 2,043 sqm, on a first glance the cubic shape charms with its glamorous white square [...]This is a post from the
Until now the only way to be noticed when something new appears on Freshome was the RSS subscription, but many don’t fully understand the concept of RSS (”Really Simple Syndication”) feeds, and for them today I’ve decided to introduce Feedburner’s Subscribe by Email option on RSS feeds. What’s that mean? It means that you can [...]This is a post from the
It’s a fact that men have something when it comes to urinals. We love them for a reasons that we don’t even understand. However when you look at this piece of technology below, you may get an idea why! It’s a self-cleaning toilet that turns into an urinal with the flick of a button. An [...]This is a post from the
Inspired by vintage printing blocks, this beautifully finished chest of 26 drawers called Alphabet Drawers by “Kent and London” is made from solid oak - the perfect place to file everything from A-Z. At Kent & London they use quality materials and traditional methods to create solid, beautifully finished, bespoke furniture. As all of [...]This is a post from the
Architects from C.F. Moller have been commissioned to build this beautiful house in Hojbjerg, Denmark. Dubbed as Villa Rahoj Alle, it has been created for the Sandahl family in an old single-family neighborhood close to the dense forest. An L-shaped structure that blends with the surrounding landscape, the 209 sqm house has two stories toward [...]This is a post from the
Certainly an interesting option for social gatherings or one-off events, the sculptors at Ice Bulb have developed a system for fabricating event furniture out of gigantic blocks of ice.  From the perspective of a guest, the furniture concept is highly inventive and ornate, but from the perspective of a designer, each furniture ice sculpture takes [...]This is a post from the
An unusual 1,735-sq.-ft. country home located in Denmark, the Sinus House is a great mix of pastoral settings and modern architecture. Designed by the creative folks from Cebra Architects with a black roof and facade to contrast the stark white cut-outs in its exterior walls, the structure charms wits its interiors where comfort blends perfectly [...]This is a post from the
Adaptive and interesting, German design student Robert Hoffman’s diplom thesis “Modular Lights” are a very personal way to establish a lighting scheme for your home.  By tilting and adjusting the outer flat panels of the sculpture, light is released from the inner light structure to your specifications.  Highly recommended for someone who enjoys constantly shifting [...]This is a post from the
German design studio Coordination presented Flip Selin’s Crush Sofa at this year’s DMY Extended in Berlin last week to much interest.  An upholstered surface held in place by a painted white metal frame, Crush consists of two chaise lounge chairs that can be fused together to combine a larger sofa.  A strong accent for a [...]This is a post from the
Designed by Michael Weaker, the Cozy Shelf is a die-cut plastic sheet product for embellishing existing shelving systems that won the 1st prize of the 2009 Pratt/Umbra Design Competition. With a beautiful decorative pattern, the Cozy Shelf makes the hard straight lines of our shelves and bookcases visually-softer and more inviting. The competition, was open [...]This is a post from the
At the beginning of this month, Forbes has released their list of “10 Trendsetters in Industrial Design”, so if you are looking for an industrial design model to follow, and who knows maybe copy their success, you should start with this list. So who made the cut? Go to Forbes list  to read (and see). [...]This is a post from the
Today after I’ve made some changes to Freshome I’ve also decided to create a Facebook Group, because a Facebook group allows you to interact with other Freshome.com followers on the Facebook Wall and follow the most recent posts. It’ll supplement what we do on this blog and our Twitter feed, and hopefully become a [...]This is a post from the

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