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08-11-2010 A World of Colour

 What does your interior world say about you? Do you represent the

Mardi gras colours? Or are you urban pink, fresh salmon or a startling green? Neutral colours need not restrict you anymore. Unleash the colour palette within by adding a bit of ‘pop’ to your interior surroundings. Colourlovers show you how, with spectacular examples of bright, springtime colours that won’t dominate your surroundings. These design ideas take a single feature and apply bright, conceptual colours to create a refreshing and natural colour scheme in your home. Be inspired with colourful ideas to brighten up your world with customised rugs, colourful benchtops, wall features and more.


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23-02-2010 Housing the needy and helping the planet

With now over four billion people earning under $1,500 per year, US design company HOMErgent has decided it’s time to design a home with the poor’s needs in mind. This has come in the form of a transportable, pop-up hard walled tent called the Flexayurt, which provides users with water, power, lighting and sanitation needs. The tent is also so environmentally friendly with a function that automatically harvests water and energy resources. HOMErgent are hoping that Government Aid Agencies and

NGOs may take the Flexayurt on board in the near future. To find out more, visit

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30-03-2009 Living in a Container

Prefabricated architecture just got more interesting with the emergence of container homes. New Jersey architect Adam Kalkin is taking charge of this new arena, building economical, adaptable and

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recyclable houses out of six shipping containers in three months. Two of Kalkin’s designs, in particular, are stirring up a lot of interest – Bunny Lane, made with a nineteenth century styled cottage inside a hanger, and Push Buttonhouse, which unfolds from a container. These innovative architectural masterpieces are a signal that the housing market could be dominated by containers very soon.

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