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Some are built from raw organic materials, others are lodged into the earth itself<p>Architecture today can be an exercise in futuristic, nearly sci-fi design: soaring glass skyscrapers, gravity-defying geometrical structures, Jetson-esque exteriors. But some of the coolest buildings are those that go …

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  Brazilian-born, New York-based artist Valeska Soares‘ latest is brilliantly titled Doubleface. In it she flips older paintings over to the reverse side, paints them, and cuts out tiny portals to the original side. It’s also interesting the way Soares titles each one – by the paint color used.         The post Valeska Soares appeared first on Design Crush.

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I have a HUGE sweet tooth and would love nothing more than to sit down to a pastry and coffee each morning for breakfast. (Unfortunately, my diabetes disagrees with this plan.) If you’re also in the Sweets for Breakfast party, have a look at these ten recipes for danish pastries below.                     The post Danish Pastries 10 Ways appeared first on Design Crush.

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If you’ve been following Wit & Delight for any amount of time you probably know that myself and the entire W&D team has quite the love affair (or more appropriately, obsession) with IKEA. It seems we are always there buying new items for the studio, preparing for our latest photo shoot, or taking a stab at the hottest IKEA hack. I’ve gotten so good at putting IKEA furniture together, in

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I’ve ruminated on writing this post for several months now, mostly because it’s insanely hard to put such a soulful experience into words. And also, it’s really difficult for me to condense all of the things I saw, thought and felt into one post. But it must be said, my two-week trip to Morocco this past November was nothing short of life-changing. It was everything I expected and still like nothing I

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