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Original Wall Clocks Made From Vinyl Records
When useless objects meet creative ideas, spectacular designs can be achieved. We don’t know about you guys, but these original wall clocks definitely got our attention.
Estonian designer Pavel Sidorenko probably looked at some broken records and figured there is so much more one could do with them than just throw them away. The items are so various that it is hard to establish an idea pattern. The records were “sculpted” in order to create animals, urban images and furniture objects.
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Meghan Rostovsky and her Providence Design Group partners share a shopping list to turn an unused garage into a stylish outdoor living area.
Overlay Office turns an 1899 building in South Slope into bright, two-bedroom units that have plenty of graphic flair.
A remodel by architect Peter Goodhue transforms a dark, cramped residence into an airy place for a young family.
Z+ Architects navigated an unusual riverfront site to create a contemporary residence with tranquil views and privacy.
Roam Architects designs an airy addition with a timber roof, a two-way fireplace, and generous glazing that connects it to the backyard.
Thanks to a simplified layout and clear connection to the outdoors, this historic home is ready for a new chapter.