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The Tiny Project   |   http://tiny-project.com

The Tiny Project is Alex Lisefski's attempt to live a simpler, more conscious, debt-free life, and in doing so helping to set and example and educate the community about alternative, affordable, more sustainable ways of living.

The tiny house movement is rapidly gaining popularity in the US and elsewhere around the world. Though no two tiny homes are identical, they share many core principles, and of course, they are all quite tiny! Though a tiny house can be built on a foundation, many people choose to build on a flatbed trailer, in order to make the house mobile, and to avoid minimum square footage requirements that most municipalities have in place for permanent structures.

Building on a trailer means the house is considered more like an RV, and does not need to adhere to the same permits, codes, and rules associated with building a normal home. The trick with trying to live full-time in a pseudo-RV is where to park it. 

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15 Jan

Fiktiv   |   http://fiktiv.co   |   Facebook

"Creative studio for visual communications design and interactive systems development. Occasionally a zoo."

I’m spending the next few months interning at this super-cozy design studio called Fiktivlocated in Zagreb, Croatia! I’ll try to post some relevant updates from time to time, just so you know how am I doing! 

Photography by: Maja Štasni

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8 Jan

YURII   |   http://behance.net/yuriisuhov

"Children`s rooms in Two-Story Apartment, St. Petersburg"

I am a freelance visualization artist based in Riga, Latvia. I always have been passionate about great architecture, interior and product design. I work on wide range of project types.

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24 Dec

TwoPoints.Net   |    http://twopoints.net

"We solved the orientation problem with a color system that is divided in three subsystems according to the three modules (A, B and C) of the building. Vertical color stripes break the monotony of the long corridors with form and color and give them liveliness. In order to make orientation easier we implemented typographic installations in different places of the building."

TwoPoints.Net is a small company that thinks big. Not just in terms of international clientele, but with their network as well. This network includes musicians, photographers, software developers and writers, among many others. The core of TwoPoints.Net’s network is directed by Lupi Asensio and Martin Lorenz, two graphic designers with German, Dutch and Spanish education and experience

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8 Apr