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Porsche Pavilion

The new porsche pavilion at the autostadt in wolfsburg, germany is the first addition to the theme park since its 2000 opening. Designed by german firm henn architekten, the curved lines and form are derived from the ‘dynamic flow of driving’, encompassing the universal image of the porsche brand.

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CATable by Ruan Hao + LYCS

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Transformer Apartment by Vlad Mishin

With 60 square meters (approximately 645 square feet) to work with, Russian designer Vlad Mishin designed the Transformer Apartment which contains several transforming elements. The apartment is separated lengthwise by a massive, faceted wall structure that is made up of black metal framework and plywood that hides away various household functions.

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Light (2014) by YOY

Photographed by Yasuko Furukawa

Materials: Aluminum, Plastic, LED

A series of a table lamp and a floor lamp. When switched on, a shade of light will appear on the wall. There is a LED inside the head of the pole which imitates a socket.

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Primary School J.Jaurès II

YOONSEUX Architectes

Livry-Gargan, France

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