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"Architectural Furniture" is a series of hybrid mobile elements combining architecture and furniture design. Designed by the Japanese studio Atelier OPA, it is a relevant response to the development of small living spaces where flexibility is often a necessity.

Work of a Dutch design agency, "Kubaa Casa" is a construction set made up of large items. It allows the children to imagine and create small houses, finding space and volume in a fun way. The childhood of art.

Highly acclaimed at the last Salon Dusseldorf Caravan, the concept "Mehrzeller" renewing the aesthetic of its kind and offers the user a unique and customized. Dimensions, interior and exterior appearance, the object will be original and unique.

Designed by Matthew Malone designer, the "Recover Shelter" is a makeshift shelter that folds in a snap. Beyond a simple and attractive design, it does not miss assets.

With some accomplices, Bruno Taylor turns a London bus shelter are grafting a swing. An installation that invites us to think about a fun and different practice of public space.

A Japanese company is developing a solution for emergency shelter light and cheap. A product comes as a kit that fits in two boxes of 41 kilograms each. more compact can not.

And if your garden furniture you fed energy? It is now possible through this coffee table with integrated solar collectors.

With Shelter Cart, Gregor Timlin and Barry Sheehan propose a hybrid and ingenious object to meet the needs of the homeless. When the designer helps the poor.

A Brazilian manufacturer enlisted the talents of Zaha Hadid to design a shoe model. If the scale of the project changes, the style of the architect remains recognizable at first glance.

If she could suffer a sometimes cheesy and franchouillard picture, the caravan offers a playground dreamed architect and designer. Imposing a tiny living space and a density functional extreme, it forces the designer to deploy treasures of creativity and offer the user another way to live.
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