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Luxury Chalet in Georgia Features a Private Helicopter Pad

Located in Blue Ridge, Ga., this mansion comes with everything you can think of in terms of contemporary amenities. Mountain Top Manor is a luxury chalet-type villa boasting five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a home theater and a recreation room with full kitchen and wet bar.Want more? There’s also a fitness room, elevator, executive ...

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L-Shaped Home in California Offers Dramatic Views Inside and Out

This massive L-shaped home gently sloping down the hill is known as the Vidalakis Residence. Designed by Swatt Miers Architects, the eye-catching contemporary home is in Portola Valley, Calif. The California sun is filtered inside via a systematic arrangement of windows. Beyond their glazing is a spectacular world of spacious living areas and ...

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Fresh Find: Studio Roller

Studio Roller | George & WillyClick here to buy at georgeandwilly.comWhile it seems like technology is replacing just about everything we do, you’ve got to admit: There’s nothing like good ol’ paper and pen. Sharing a sketch with a colleague? Making a grocery list? Finally fixed Einstein’s theory of gravity? ...

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Scandinavian Simplicity: The Influence of Danish Design

Influenced by the German Bauhaus school, Danish designers and architects are known for treasuring the concepts of minimalism and functionality. London-based modern-furniture store Aram sent us this infographic that explains the influence of Danish design throughout its history.Making use of natural materials such as wood, granite and leather, the projects envisioned by Danish ...

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Fresh Find: Bousaf Side Table

Bousaf Side Table | CB2 x Kravitz DesignClick here to buy at cb2.comCB2’s long-anticipated collection from Grammy-winning rock star/furniture designer Lenny Kravitz has finally arrived! The ’70s-glam-meets-California-cool collaboration (dubbed CB2 x Kravitz Design, the eponymous firm he founded in 2003) comprises glossy gold accent tables, geometric textiles, boho sheepskins and ...

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Open office work pods are inspired by treehouses

Thanks to the Internet, the traditional 9-to-5 cubicled workplace is slowly giving way to open offices, telecommuting and even digital nomadism. But there’s been a bit of a backlash against open offices — some contend that they are distracting to work in and don’t offer enough privacy.So it’s little wonder ...

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