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31 Awesome Creative Pet Homes For Any Type Of Interior

Every living being needs a home, and even your pet needs its own home inside yours or next to yours – just to keep some privacy and feel comfy.

Class recap: Instafood in Amsterdam

Along with the class in Amsterdam we announced a giveaway in collaboration with Viamartine. The best photograph taken during the class would receive a poster of their instagram shots from Viamartine and we are happy to finally announce the winner is Suzanne!

Masjid Mosque / HOK

Architects: HOK Location: Riyadh Saudi Arabia Year: 2014 Photographs: Abdulrahman Alolyan From the architect.

Quick Tip Tuesday: Magical Stain Be-Gone

This week's quick tip comes courtesy of my fabulous sister-in-law.  She shared a solution to a common problem and I couldn't believe what I was hearing.  So, I had to try it myself, and share this cool little gem of a tip with all of you.

DIY One Board Minimalist Chair

How about this chair design? Even if you think that it’s a new invention.. it’s not… This design is old.

Miu Miu Aoyama
Store / Herzog & de Meuron

Architects: Herzog & de Meuron Location: Tokyo, Japan Area: 269.0 sqm Year: 2015 Photographs: Nacasa & Partners Architects: Herzog & de Meuron Location: Tokyo, Japan Herzog & De Meuron Team: Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Stefan Marbach (Partner in Charge).
Project Team: Iva Smrke Kröger (Project Director, Associate),Yuko Himeno (Project Manager), Caetano Braga da Costa de Bragança (Project Architect), Osma Erik Lindroos (Project Architect), Roman Aebi (Workshop), Cristina Génova, Carlotta Giorgetti, Yuki Hamura, Ryuhei Ichikura, Christina Liao (Animations), Áron Lőrincz (Visualizations), Keisuke Ota, Günter Schwob (Workshop), Mariana Vilela, Tiffany Wey Executive Architect: Takenaka Corp., Tokyo, Japan Engineering: Takenaka Corp., Tokyo, Japan Structural Engineering (Sd Phase): 
Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure ag, Basel, Switzerland Design & Build Contractor: Takenaka Corp., Tokyo, Japan Lighting Consultant: 
Sirius lighting Office Inc., Tokyo, Japan Facade Engineering (Sd): Emmer Pfenninger Partner ag, Münchenstein, Switzerland Landscape
: Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten, Zürich, Switzerland Area: 269.0 sqm Year: 2015 Photographs: Nacasa & Partners From the architect.

11 Things You’ve Been Cleaning Wrong Your Entire Life!

Everyone wants to have a beautiful and welcoming home. This entails a decent amount of work done in the cleaning department.

Domino's launches world's first driverless pizza delivery vehicles

UK pizza chain Domino's has launched the world's first fleet of driverless delivery vehicles (+ movie).

Leo Burnett Singapore / SCA design

Architects: SCA design (a member of the ONG&ONG Group) Location: Singapore Project Director: Micah Valenzuela Year: 2014 Photographs: Bai Jiwen From the architect.

Feuds: Jacques Herzog Just Completely Trashed the 2015 Milan Expo

Italy Pavilion by Nemesi & PartnersRendering via Dezeen Swiss starchitect Jacques Herzog, otherwise known as one half of Herzog & De Meuron, was supposed to take part in designing an ambitious masterplan for the 2015 Expo in Milan.

"Bright" Spring In The Master

I have been purging like mad, so buying something new is not on my radar at the moment.  I wanted to spruce up the bedroom with something bright and cheery for spring, and with all this purging, I am feeling really minimalist.

like a painting

So much inspiration in this beautifully styled apartment, like textures and colors from an old oil painting.

Pratt Institute to Host 2 Free Symposiums in April

Pratt Institute is presenting two architectural symposiums that are free and open to the public: “An Inventory of What’s Possible“ on April 10 and “The Language of Architecture and Trauma” on April 11, 2015.

Preservation Watch : Should the Astrodome Become a Lush Indoor Park with Zip-Lines and Bike Trails?

The Astrodome, seen in 1969 (Photo by Houston Astros/MLB Photos via Getty Images) When voters rejected a $217M proposal to turn Houston's Astrodome--the world's first domed sports stadium—into a multi-purpose convention center in fall 2013, it looked like the crumbling icon was a goner.

Artistry: See Evolving Montages of Iconic Buildings During Sunset

Photos via Dezeen For his latest project, "Time Sliced," New York photographer Richard Silver photographs iconic buildings around the world over the course of a sunset and then splices the images together, a technique he describes to Dezeen as "slicing time." Silver positions his camera on a tripod and photographs from 30 minutes before sunset to about 30 minutes after using a remote control so that nothing "ruins the final symmetry." Naturally, he takes the same shot repeatedly.

House of the Day: Nab a $719K Midcentury Gem by Carl Graffunder in Minneapolis

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota Price: $719,000 Designed in 1955 by the modernist architect Carl Graffunder for his sister and her family, this delightful four-bedroom "case study" house in Minneapolis, Minnesota comes with a tiled shuffleboard court in the living room.

Installations: This Motion-Activated 'Skyline' Sculpture is Totally Rave-Ready

All photos by Xia Zhi via Dezeen "Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music"—these words from German writer and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe are the inspiration behind Soundwave, a new installation by Vienna and Beijing-based architecture firm Penda.

Office Spaces: Rubbermaid's Design Center in Kalamazoo is Surprisingly Sleek

Photos via Office Snapshots It's somehow a relief to find out that purpose-built offices are still being built without quirky amenities, like goal posts or adult ballpits.

Frank Fucking Gehry : First Look Inside the Frank Gehry-Designed Facebook Campus in Silicon Valley

A photo posted by Ashley Milardo (@ashley812m) on Mar 30, 2015 at 11:16pm PDT On March 30, 2015, Facebook officially opened its new campus in Menlo Park in Silicon Valley, though employees started moving in over the weekend.

House of the Day: Buy a Renovated 1890 Mansion in Downtown Denver

Location: Denver, Colorado Price: $1,985,000 Built three years before the Silver Crash of 1893, the historic Waldron Bonfils Mansion was constructed just as the frontier boomtown of Denver, Colorado was coming into its own as a cosmopolitan city, with opulent homes and opera houses joining the saloons and gambling house frequented by silver and gold miners.