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Morning Mug

Morning Mug is a fun, temperature-sensitive mug. The mug changes its appearance once you pour something hot into it! The clever design by Damion O´Sullivan reflects our morning mood before and after a cup of coffee. When cold the Morning Mug displays a sleepy face, after pouring a hot liquid the mug slowly  "wakes up”!



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DUTCHTUB WOOD

Following the huge success of the original Dutchtub, Dutch company Weltevree have recently launched the Dutchtub Wood, a wood fired outdoor hot tub that allows you to explore and enjoy the essence of outdoor bathing. Simply light a fire in the fire basket inside the coil and you´ll have hot water to bathe in no time. Weighing only 17lbs(85kg), the Dutchtub Wood can be easily transported and fits 4 people comfortably, you can even cook on the coil while usi...
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NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY

This impressive apartment is home to famous Lebanese Architect Bernard Khoury. Located in Beirut, the 4000 square foot N.B.K. Residence is spread across three levels on the ninth and last level of the apartment block. It features 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, an amazing floor-to ceiling library with a steel grating bridge crossing the entire room, a swimming pool and an spectacular view over Beirut and the surrounding mountains. via...
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INHERITANCE LEATHER COLLECTION

Modern Anthology and designer Stephen Kenn have teamed up for a leather version of his popular Inheritance Collection. Stephen Kenn first broke into the design scene back in 2011, with a minimalist furniture collection crafted from welded steel frames, with repurposed vintage military fabrics, and with a stylish stand out feature - a supportive structure created by simply weaving strapping through the frame attached with leather belts. Now Brooklyn-based retailer Mo...
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