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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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THE LEVEL

The Level is a motion platform that aims to reduce health issues derived from sedentary occupations. It´s true that our body was designed to move, it has a rich dynamic balance disabled by our modern way of life and work style, this way of life is far from being healthy and natural, we were not made to sit in the same place for hours…with that in mind the guys at Fluidstance thought of a way to move wile staying in the same place, an elegant platform made from bambo...
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TENTSILE CONNECT TREE TENT

Tentsile first caught the public´s attention with the very popular Stingray Tree Tent, conceived as a treehouse that you can take with you to just about any place. Now the Tentsile team have presented the Connect Tree Tent, the ultimate 2 person portable treehouse tent capable of connecting to other Connect tents to create one massive super tree tent with additional central communal space! All Tentsile tents can also be set on the ground, but you won´t have the same...
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NEK-RITE | WINE CELLAR STORAGE SYSTEM | Image

NEK-RITE | WINE CELLAR STORAGE SYSTEM

Nek-rite is a modular wine cellar storage system by Vin de Garde Cellar Systems, a Canadian company specialized in custom wine cellar designs. The Nek-rite stores your wine bottles horizontally in order to feature the labels and display your fine wine collection. The back panel comes in a variety of woods so you can customize them to match your decor....
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