stuff we drool about

Vessel | Hammock Bathtub

The Vessel is bath tub that hangs like a hammock! It was created by "Splinter Works" a British company known for making sculptural furniture. The tub is crafted in carbon fiber making it light enough to hang suspended above the ground and features a foam core insulating the tub and keeping the water warm. It fits two people and is the perfect "vehicle" for total escapism.



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NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY | Image

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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CORRIDOR BAR

The Corridor Bar from BDI is a highly contemporary and functional home bar, the perfect combination of style and function. The beautiful cabinet offers racking space for wine bottles and storage for a host of liquor bottles, glassware and all other kinds of bar implements are beautifully organized in the numerous open shelves and single closed drawer within. A black micro-etched glass top is the perfect work space to create your cocktails. An elegant solution that i...
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OSCAR DESK | BY GIORGIO BONAGURO | Image

OSCAR DESK | BY GIORGIO BONAGURO

The Oscar Desk by Giorgio Bonaguro for Valsecchi 1918 is an Architects dream table. Made from solid wood and soft leather, the stylish and versatile work desk is inspired by architects drawing boards(the desk takes its name from Oscar Niemeyer), and features three storage spaces created by suspended soft leather curves of different widths, for keeping drawings, notes, journals or, for the less traditionalists, their tablet. The desk was recently presented at th...
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