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Bogobrush

Bogobrush is a new toothbrush designed, developed and made in the USA, its most attractive feature lies in the fact that it´s green, because they´re made from used plastic that would otherwise have the landfill as final destination, and you can also get a biodegradable model, which you can compost after use. Its other great feature is that it generates selflessness because for each Bogobrush you buy, you´re giving one away to someone who needs one, the company has compiled a list of people who can benefit from every purchase. You also get a small but smart mount system to set your Bogobrush to dry, no more dirty cups so you get to keep your brush germs free. Eco and socially conscious, we love it. watch the video below



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BIKE DESK LAMP

The Bike Desk Lamp was designed and developed by Peter Berg, an Hungarian designer that loves bikes and thought of the possibility of connecting a bike headlight to a desk lamp, turning workspaces into something more fun. The Bike Desk Lamp is fully customizable, making every piece unique and with your personal touch, choose the color of the grips, the brake levers, its cables and the stem plating, the base and the arm are made from birch wood, giving it a more orga...
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Kamoto OpenFire Pit

The Kamoto OpenFire Pit is a foldable and compact portable fire pit with cooking grate that lets you burn wood or charcoal for grilling steaks or toasting late-night Smores. The Kamoto is easily set up and offers protection for the ground, leaving no trace behind. It features a stainless steel fire pit with side wind protection and an air inlet from underneath to help stoke the fire. For those that enjoy cooking over an open fire, the Kamoto comes with a grill grate...
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MASK HOUSE

Located in a woodland area in upstate New York, lays this impressive cabin, a sanctuary for refuge and contemplation. The Mask House was envisioned by WOJR, it stands on stilts over a slope and is protected by a large slatted wall that covers the facade. The entry is placed at the end of a long elevated walkway, and visitors discover a sequence of small spaces that create a sense of connection in between two different worlds. The minimalist tree house features an op...
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