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TOP 10 reader submissions of 2015 – product design


from a water mobility device that references reptiles to juicers made of hand-blown glass, we highlight 10 product design projects from our reader submissions of 2015.

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TOP 10 reader submissions of 2015 – architectural visions


from habitable wind turbine parks to dystopian landscapes, we highlight 10 architectural visions from our reader submissions of 2015.

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TOP 10 reader submissions of 2015 – public spaces


from a sauna building in an industrial zone, to a tea house occupying a renovated hutong, we highlight 10 public spaces from our reader submissions of 2015.

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TOP 10 reader submissions of 2015 – private houses


from beach villas to tiny huts, we highlight 10 private houses from our reader submissions of 2015.

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TOP 10 reader submissions of 2015 – art installations


from paper bridges, to projections on cathedral ceilings, designboom highlights 10 art installations from our reader submissions of 2015.

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paulo costa designs environmentally-friendly sit’abit cork stool jr for PLY&co


made entirely out of a high density portuguese cork agglomerate, resistant yet soft, this didactic piece can be mounted without using glue or any other mechanical fixings.

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lucas y hernandez-gil architects gives andalusian courtyard a contemporary approach


the aim was to create a link between the strong presence of the traditional architecture with a fresh approach to the typical andalusian courtyard.

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