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Neat Ice Kit

The Neat Ice Kit by Studio Neat is a unique set of tools for creating perfect ice for your at-home cocktails. Create a huge, crystal clear cube for drinks like the Old Fashioned, smaller clear chunks for drinks like the Tom Collins, or even crushed ice for drinks like the Mint Julep. The fancy kit ads a really fun step to making a cocktail, it includes an insulated ice mold, a chisel that doubles as a bottle opener, an old school Lewis bag and a wooden club to crush ice. watch the video.



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The Neat Ice Kit from Studio Neat on Vimeo.



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ST IVES DRIVE RESIDENCE

8927 St Ives is one of the most impressive residences we have come across, it is located high above the Sunset Strip, with floor-to-ceiling windows and with dramatic views of Los Angeles. This one-of-a-kind Hollywood Hills West home marries indoor and outdoor, with automated sliding pocket doors that open both the living and entertainment areas, offering plenty of outdoor entertaining spaces to enjoy. The ideal entertainer’s pad also features a spectacular multi-lev...
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BUGGYPOD LITE

Buggypod Lite is a new ingenious solution for the tired big brother or sister. The compact seat easily attaches to the side of most pushchairs and strollers, and when not in use folds up neatly at the side of the pushchair. Strong and robust, the Buggypod Lite side seat carries up to 18Kg (40 lb) and is available now in a choice of black or red. Available for purchase in Europe here Also check out the very cool Piggyback Rider...
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BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI

Kibisi, a danish Company from Copenhagen us teamed up with Danish upholstery company Versus to create this original sofa. This sofa is part of a line called Brick series, it consists of a pouf, a chair and two and three seater sofas. Bjarke Ingels of KiBiSi says: "the Brick explores the tectonic of bricklaying to stack sandbag like cushions into architecture for comfort.”...
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