Happy New Year, Friends!

Happy New Year, Friends!
Dear DigsDigs readers, We’re wishing everyone a happy New Year. Thanks for reading us in 2014! We can’t wait to show you some more cool and new stuff. Be safe and we’ll see you back soon. 
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CRAFT 2.0: Modern Table Made With Antique Technologies

CRAFT 2.0: Modern Table Made With Antique Technologies
Why not apply centuries-old furniture technique to a tough contemporary table to achieve a fantastic result? Designer Renier Winkelaar has always had a fascination for old wood connection, especially the connections in old Dutch windmills, so he created furniture with a sense of quality, solidity and an emotional value, all that with a modern twist.... 
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Brick Victorian Church Turned Into A Super Modern Home

Brick Victorian Church Turned Into A Super Modern Home
Gianna Camilotti architectural studio turned a church into a modern home in London. The original features of Victorian style brick clad were preserved. Inside they left only wooden beams on the ceiling, and all the rest just can’t be recognized. The home is absolutely modern, open-plan, with white walls, columns and arch-shaped windows. The interiors... 
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Eclectic Kitchen Design With A Timeless Sense

Eclectic Kitchen Design With A Timeless Sense
This exotic-looking kitchen is located in a Spanish Colonial house in Los Feliz, which belongs to designer Ramin Shamshiri. The design was inspired by the travels to the Yucatan, the Netherlands, and Granada, the designer pulled together various eclectic references to create a sense of timelessness. A field of antique white, rectangle floor tiles adds... 
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Raw Industrial Penthouse In Dark Earthy Shades

Raw Industrial Penthouse In Dark Earthy Shades
It’s difficult to imagine a penthouse designed in such a style – but here it is, a Manhattan penthouse in the 19th century building. The designers used as many natural materials as they could, and mostly dark ones, though the interiors don’t look gloomy. The walls are mostly concrete, raw and unpolished to create an... 
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Unique Industrial Bi-Color Washi Lamps By Nendo

Unique Industrial Bi-Color Washi Lamps By Nendo
What is washi? It is a type of old-school paper made in Japan: plant pulp and water are mixed and collected on screens, and after drying, fresh sheets of the stuff are pulled off. Though tissue-like in appearance, washi is reasonably tough, making its long production time worth the wait. Nendo chose this material as... 
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