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Oakley Square Gothic Revival House / John Johnson

This 19th-century gothic revival house in London is on the market for the first time 40 years, but far from some kind of time capsule or renovation project. This one has been updated and maintained to a very high degree, making absolutely sure that the best of its gothic features have been preserved. Those details date back to 1852 when this house was designed by architect John Johnson – via WowHaus

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BR03-92 HUD Limited Edition / Bell & Ross

The Bell & Ross BR03-92 HUD features an aesthetic that takes cues from an airplane’s HUD. The crystal is tinted green and features the same 90-degree markers you’d find in a cockpit HUD. The hour hand is a marker printed on a rotating disc, while the minute and seconds hand take a more traditional approach. The matte-finished black 42mm ceramic case is shared with the rest of the BR 03-92 collection, but this specific HUD-inspired example is limited to 999 pieces — via Hodinkee

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Baywood Mansion / Alexander King

The Baywood Mansion is an eight-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Highland Park home was constructed in 1880 by Alexander King, an Irish immigrant turned millionaire glass manufacturer. A local family, Dr Frank and Maura Brown, purchased the Second Empire-style home in 1994 and spent the last 25 years carefully renovating the red brick mansion’s sprawling 22 rooms — via Curbed

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Ice Pick / Chris Tope

Chris Tope was asked by motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter to build a bike for his What’s the Skinny exhibition at the Sturgis rally. Chris already had a suitable and very skinny donor to hand—a beat-up 1973 Penton Mudlark outside of Dallas, Texas. He’d been eyeing it for years, and now it was finally time to pull the trigger. Chris had a very specific style in mind too, dubbing his project the Ice Pick — via Bike EXIF

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Coach House / Siebert Architects

This three-bedroom, three-bath home in Sandy Hook, a private beachfront neighbourhood on the island of Siesta Key, Florida. The 236 square metre home was designed in 1962 by Siebert Architects — Sarasota’s oldest architecture firm. A careful restoration by Seibert Architects, Ball Construction, Seth Schulaner Interior Design, and Robert Anderson Landscape Architects updated the bathrooms and kitchen with 1960s style in mind, and the home still shines — via Curbed

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Gillman Residence Restoration / Herbert Burns + Thomboy Properties

This five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath in the Little Tuscany neighbourhood of Palm Springs, California was first constructed in 1948 by architectural designer Herbert Burns, the house was partially demolished and sat neglected for years before being restored by Thomboy Properties — via Curbed

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BMW R nineT Custom / Zillers Garage

This BMW R nineT from Zillers Garage in Russia is hardly the ideal grocery getter or tourer, but the level of craftsmanship at play here is on another level. Zillers Garage is run by Dmitry Golubchikov. He mostly works alone, but occasionally calls in reinforcements on bigger projects. The commission for this R nineT came from BMW Motorrad Russia, but the inspiration came from the world of aviation — via Bike EXIF

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Horological Machine HM10 ‘Bulldog’ / MB&F

MB&F introduces the tenth Horological Machine, which combines the signature playful design and very serious watchmaking so characteristic of the HM series in a new way. The new Machine, HM10, is called the Bulldog — via Hodinkee

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Cedars Lodge / Dennis Zirbel

Constructed over the past 20 years, this sprawling 93 acre retreat in the remote Sierra Nevada mountains consists of a 1,520 square metre main residence designed by Dennis Zirbel. It’s an alpine chic house built for huge groups, with four bedroom suites—two of them with a fireplace, sitting area, and covered balcony — via Curbed

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Antler House Restoration / Andrew Geller + Architecture AF

In 1968, architect Andrew Geller, best known for his mid century beach houses, designed a strange little home in East Hampton, New York. The Antler House, as it was called, featured a pale wood facade marked by geometric windows and an asymmetrical roof, and a generally peculiar shape that seemed to follow no rule of any kind.

Over the years, new owners of the home added more traditional features to the house, muting Geller’s whimsical vision. Now, the house’s original architectural quirks are once again getting their due thanks to a restoration Brooklyn and Virginia-based design studio by Architecture AF – via Curbed

Design, History

Ducati 250 Mach 1 restoration / Back To Classics

Finding a Ducati 250 Mach 1 is not easy: a huge number of Mach 1s were converted for racing use, and subsequently wrecked. So when Harné Heuvelman was recently asked to restore an original 1966 model to its former glory, he was very enthusiastic. Along with his father Harm and engineer Niels Schoen, Harné runs Back To Classics in the Netherlands, which is one of the go-to workshops in Europe for vintage Ducati enthusiasts – via Bike EXIF

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Faraway / Greening Island, Maine

Constructed in 1901, this 660 square metre, seven-bedroom, seven-bath waterfront home in Maine was built in the Arts and Crafts style. Many original features remain, like the home’s exposed beams, built-in benches and reading nooks, and emphasis on natural materials like wood and stone — via Curbed

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Eastlake Mid Century Modern / Clayton Young

This six-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath house in Seattle, Washington. Located in the Eastlake neighbourhood north of downtown, the home was first constructed in 1910. Then, in the mid-1950s renowned local architect Clayton Young remodeled the home, adding mid century sensibilities to the mix — via Curbed

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Throwback / TooHard Motor Co

This heavily modified Trophy comes from TooHard Motor Co, a Spanish garage based just outside Madrid. For the past five years, shop owners Jose and Bea have been restoring and customising older bikes, with the occasional foray into newer machinery. This Trophy 1200 is one of TooHard’s most radical transformations, and aligns more closely with Triumph’s current Bobber than the old sports tourer – via Bike EXIF

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Casa Cuscungo / Estudio 2850

Sometimes a house can be as simple as a box made from bricks. This home in Quito, Ecuador, elevates that spirit to gorgeous effect. Designed by Estudio 2850 for a family of three, the low-slung, rectilinear volume stretches across the site, encased in a playful pattern of bricks, steel, and glass — via Curbed