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Timber-clad houses raised up on stilts over ammunition vaults in Vilnius parkland

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What Design Can Do's São Paulo conference will focus on urban issues

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Cairos Architecture uses mezzanine level to create more room inside Paris apartment

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French villa designed by Julien De Smedt to look like a bump in the landscape

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Italian furniture company Arper opens a Manhattan showroom

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Eugeni Quitllet named Maison&Objet's 2016 designer of the year

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ArDe architecture and design event to take place in June 2016 at London's Somerset House

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"Does New York City have any type of housing other than luxury?"

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