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This tranquil space is an assisted reproduction clinic, completed by Barcelona based designer Susanna Cots. The owners wanted to avoid sterile coldness of a hospital and put their clients at ease with a warm, welcoming atmosphere. At the same time, the interior had to look and feel professional and trustworthy. Here is how designer explains her concept:

Enzo Mari. Casabella 298 1965: 85

Martinho Campos

Gustavo Penna's All Saints Chapel | First, the baptismal font. / A source of pure water – the origin of everything. / Through the two river banks, one reaches the third – religare; the symbol/synthesis, the cross / Sky and earth – the vertical line / All men – the horizontal line / The internal space is created by displacing the sacred form. / The space is the movement. / The wood shelters, cuddles, protects. / Nature is around participating in solidarity. | Photo © Home Adore

"Roll is a recent minimalist creation of French designer Ferréol Babin. The T-shaped object combines in itself a well thought-out functional idea with visual simplicity. The piece is composed of two independent yet complementary elements. The tube with the lighting source fits on the base. Thanks to the rotational motion, you can adjust the light, going from an indirect and soft one, to a direct light perfect for reading or working."

"«zippo gasolier» by slovenia-based designer Luka Pirnat is a novel approach on two iconic items — a set of zippo lighters and a menorah, the seven-branched candelabrum used as a traditional symbol of judaism."

Sarah Wigglesworth Architects - Siobhan Davies Dance Centre

151E is a shop based in Fukuoka dedicated to Japan’s finest teas. The name is written in alpha-numeric characters, but is pronounced ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会), which is actually a Japanese phrase nearly impossible to translate for its multiple roots and interpretations. However, the term can be used to encourage one to cherish a once in a lifetime moment, or perhaps a cup of tea, in the tradition of tea ceremonies which are always of significance in Japanese culture.

Recently opened to the public is the Infinity Bamboo Forest, a spectacular passage in a public annex building located in Wuxi, China.