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The Control Freak

The Control Freak is an induction cooker/burner that, as clearly stated in its name, will get you in full control of the temperature you want to cook your food, to the precise degree. Full control from 86º to 482º, this temperature may be measured at the base of the pot/pan, or using a provided probe that you simply put inside of the pan, should you need more accuracy and control. It´s very well built and quite sturdy, designed for those who take cooking seriously and wish to minimize chance or luck to come between them and their cooking. As with all induction cookers you get high temperatures quite quickly and control is much more accurate than conventional gas or electric ovens. This product was made with a collaboration between Breville and Poly Science, it also features memory storage functions so you can store temperature programs you may use more often.



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LUMI CUSTOMIZABLE STAMPS

Lumi is a new online service that turns any graphic into a rubber stamp or silkscreen, allowing you to customize any surface with your logo or graphic of choice. All you need to do is upload your design, choose the color, choose the artwork size, and you´ll receive the kit including a classic rubber stamp custom-made from your design, and a quick-drying ink, allowing you to customize anything on the cheap…...
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MONTEBAR VILLA

Designed by Italian JM Architecture studio, the Montebar Villa is a minimalist residence located in Medeglia, Switzerland. The prefabricated wood house lies on a slope that faces the Swiss alps, with the main entertainment areas opening up to the beautiful view. The huge top-to-bottom front glass facade lets in plenty of light during all four seasons, and offers dramatic views of the tranquil surroundings....
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THAT HOUSE

"That House" is an award wining project by Australia´s Austin Maynard Architects. Located in a neighborhood in Melbourne, the unique house is formed by three large glass-ended boxes that open out to an expansive garden, as well as a series of courtyards and terraces. When the family need more privacy, blinds can be used to cover the glazing. The connections between spaces are adaptable and loose, with the front garden extending into the home and creating a brid...
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