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Blk | Black Spring Water

Now here is something different...Black Spring Water! The BLK water is not only different it is healthy, it is infused with fulvic trace minerals, these minerals play a critical role in the growth of plant life, assisting in the transport and absorption of nutrients inside the plant cell. Once the minerals are added to pure water, the water turns black naturally without the use of any artificial dyes or colorings. The water delivers a high pH to consumers without any carbs, calories, or sugar.



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BEER FOAMER

Meet the world´s first Beer Foamer! a device that makes the most wonderful thing even better. Designed by Copenhagen-based studio NORM Architects for MENU, the beautiful device  gives you a draft beer experience at home without the kegs. The Beer Foamer separates the foam-making process from the pouring process, simply pour 5 inches of beer from a bottle or can into the shatterproof glass container, place the copper top and press the button. The end result is a...
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KEEMALA RESORT PHUKET

Keemala, is a magical new resort tucked away in the woodlands of Phuket, Thailand. It looks like one of those mythical villages you’d find described in the pages of a J. R. R. Tolkien or J. K. Rowling novel. At the mind-blowing resort, guests can stay in treehouses, bird’s nests and suspended tents,  each boast outdoor bathtubs and rainfall showers, a private pool and wide open spaces that encourage guests to rebalance, rejuvenate and relax among the trees, str...
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WOOD

Wood is a new book by one of our favorite publishers - Phaidon. The beautifully illustrated book takes you on a visual tour of timber architecture, showcasing the world’s best wooden architecture. It features 170 inspiring and intriguing structures, including an onion-domed Russian church that sits next to a fortified Japanese castle, and a luxurious Canadian sauna. Even the work of Le Corbusier, an architect best known for his work in concrete, is shown. Each proje...
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