Bartosz Ornaf

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Geometric  Concrete  Desk Tidy Modular Office Desk Organizer Succulent Planter / Plant Pot / Flower Pot

Geometric Concrete Desk Tidy Modular Office Desk Organizer Succulent Planter / Plant Pot / Flower Pot

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This reusable concrete terrace silicone mold planter is gorgeous. I love it. Unique and beautiful flower pot. #ad #concrete #siliconemold #terrace #planter #flowerpot #architectural #homedecor #diy #cement

This reusable concrete terrace silicone mold planter is gorgeous. I love it. Unique and beautiful flower pot. #ad #concrete #siliconemold #terrace #planter #flowerpot #architectural #homedecor #diy #cement

DRIFT collection continues limited edition round mirrors by Fernando Mastrangelo

DRIFT collection continues limited edition round mirrors by Fernando Mastrangelo

kengo kuma completes sunny hills japan shop in wood

kengo kuma completes sunny hills japan shop in wood

"Spertus Institute": The multifaceted glass curtain wall of this Jewish learning facility is at once transparent and reflective, catching and refracting light at many angles. The facade metaphorically echoes both the educational mission and the Hebrew words on the Spertus logo, "Let There be Light"; Chicago, Illinois | Krueck & Sexton Architects (2007) #CoolBuildings

"Spertus Institute": The multifaceted glass curtain wall of this Jewish learning facility is at once transparent and reflective, catching and refracting light at many angles. The facade metaphorically echoes both the educational mission and the Hebrew words on the Spertus logo, "Let There be Light"; Chicago, Illinois | Krueck & Sexton Architects (2007) #CoolBuildings