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Fabulous nature-inspired Tree House on Kiawah Island

Fabulous nature-inspired Tree House on Kiawah Island | Apartment Design & Living | Scoop.it
The owners of this stunning modern Tree House on Kiawah Island, South Carolina travel extensively and appreciate the great outdoors. Designed by Anderson Studio, global travels have helped to shape the clients desire for a home that embraces nature.

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Patrice Gerber's curator insight, April 12, 2013 1:00 AM

South Carolina? Since when is S.C. in Southeast Asia?

Karissa Lombardi's comment, April 17, 2013 2:33 AM
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Sara McLean, Allied ASID, CMG's curator insight, April 17, 2013 11:48 PM

love the idea of living in a tree house? love this grown-up version

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Bar stools 2 // kitchen towel

Bar stools 2 // kitchen towel | Apartment Design & Living | Scoop.it
Im thrilled to be offering three of these classic midcentury bar towels, 2 in black and one in red. This one is in excellent unused condition - no

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Movement and Balance in Furniture Design: The Walking Cabinet

Movement and Balance in Furniture Design: The Walking Cabinet | Apartment Design & Living | Scoop.it

Markus Johansson Design Studio came up with an original cabinet design characterized by twisted lines. The new project has an appearance that seems to play with our visual perception: “A form featuring movement and balance, the Walking Cabinet seems almost like a playful and harmonic dance. Legs twist in different directions on the pavement; the cabinet seems to pose a life of its own, en route to some other place“. It does seem to have a life of its own, doesn’t it?


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