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Upcycle Fetish | Bike Racks

Austrian designer Andreas Scheiger creates these very cool "Hunting Trophies" made from recycled bicycle parts that can then be used as hanging racks for your bicycle. "Upcycle Fetish" combines old parts like bike saddles and handlebars to create bull head shapes that are both functional and quirky racks. Very creative! via



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BOTTLE GRINDER | BY MENU | Image

BOTTLE GRINDER | BY MENU

We are loving these beautifully designed Bottle Grinders by Scandinavian Menu, a brand known for making kitchen accessories with minimalist design and functionality. The bottle-shaped grinder is available in black and white for the obvious salt and pepper mills, or you can choose other colors and sizes to use them as spice grinders to freshly mill larger and more unusual spices. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS | Image

BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS

Part office/studio, part recreational getaway, this unique project is located at the base of a large pine tree in the backyard of a  canyon residence.  The client is an artist and lover of nature so the Banyon Drive Treehouse, perched twelve feet off the ground, will serve as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities.Project Size: 170 s.f.  Rockefeller Architects...
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AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES | Image

AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES

A very Minimal yet functional house was projected by japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa. This stunning home is located in Okinawa, Japan, and features two main living areas. One main area features one big open space composed of a living room, a bedroom, and the dinning room, while the the other are is composed by the kitchen, bathroom and study room all in succession. via archdaily....
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