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The Floyd Shelf

The same guys behind the popular Floyd Leg have now presented the Floyd Shelf. The principle is very similar, turn any plank of wood laying around at home or at the office, and turn it into a useful shelf. Simply securely mount the brackets to the wall and clamp your desired piece of flat wood to create one cool, rustic looking shelf. Available in a choice of white, black or red.



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NEW DYSON FANS RANGE

We had already showed you the original model, now Dyson have launched a new range. The Air Multiplier fans work very differently to conventional fans, they use Air Multiplier technology to draw in air and amplify it up to 18 times, producing an uninterrupted stream of smooth air. With no blades or grill, they’re safe, easy to clean and don’t cause unpleasant buffeting....
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FOREST HOUSE

The Forest House is a spectacular family retreat in Northern California. Nestled among tall trees in a forested hill area, the unique house features nine separate structures connected to each other, it comprises a cluster of tent cabins, three sleeping quarters and a living-dining commons, rising into the forest canopy on stilts and linked by wood paths, creating a treehouse-effect. Designed by the Envelope A+D architecture studio, the stained matte black house has ...
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EPHEMERAL TATTOOS

Ephemeral is a new form of tattoo ink that lasts a year and then goes away! If you’re one of those people constantly thinking of getting a tattoo but haven´t had the courage to go through with it because of the lifetime commitment, this year-long solution could be of interest. The key is the size of the pigments used in the ink, co-founder Anthony Lam explains "What we have done differently is encapsulate tiny dye molecules - much smaller than the pigments used in t...
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