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Loop Tea Strainer | By Kinto

The Loop Tea Strainer is a multiple award winning design by Kinto, it revisits the traditional strainer and has a contemporary flair to it. The minimalist strainer allows you to scoop the tea without the use of a teaspoon, simply fill it up with your favorite tea, slide it close and place it in a cup with hot water. It also includes a convenient stand for resting the strainer and avoiding drips on the table.

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GROVEMADE DESK SHELF SYSTEM

Portland-based workshop Grovemade have presented the beautiful Desk Shelf System, designed to declutter your desk. It gives the user effortless organization, allowing for rapid, seamless transitions between digital and analog. The four-piece systemn is made from premium, all-natural materials, it includes a walnut shelf for your display, a wool felt pad for your keyboard and mouse, a collapsible laptop lift, and a desk tray for small accessories. Each piece is avail...
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CHALET ANZERE

This spectacular "Swiss chalet” is a picture perfect retreat located in Anzčre, Switzerland. Designed by SeARCH, the spectacular Swiss Alps minimalist chalet was built on a steep hillside plot and features three-levels, guest house downstairs, the main living areas in the middle and a private apartment on the top level. All floors open to a wide terrace with spectacular views over the snowy hills. The garage, accessible from the lower road, is connected to all level...
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NOLAN HOUSE

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the spectacular Nolan House is a project by Coy Yiontis Architects whom have created a beautiful light filled open space. The original heritage home is broken then reunified by the introduction of 3 courtyards of varying sizes allowing complete transparency across the site. The inside and outside of the house are merged through the use of sliding glazed panels and continuity of building materials, giving the impression of one large c...
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