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Open/close Series | By Atocha Design

Atocha Design was started from a passion for both music and design, their speciality is making handcrafted, mid-century–inspired furniture for storing records, CDs, and audio components. The Open/Close Series references mid-century album storage and Hi-Fi style, but is updated for the needs of the twenty-first-century music lover, it features four soft-closing drawers for albums and two shelves for components, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated.



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BELOW THE BOAT WOOD CHARTS

Below The Boat was imagined by an American couple that love the underwater world, hence the name…they propose wooden charts to embellish your home/office, mixing land and water, of well known spots… but not any wooden charts, these are bathymetric charts, that tell you in detail the water depth of what you´re observing, you get the land contour, really well defined, and then the water and its random shapes in blue. The depth effect is really cool, and it does captur...
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MYGDAL PLANT LAMP

Mygdal Plant Lamp aims to mix a couple of great environment features, as it so clearly states on its name: plants and light. Nui Studio really did a nice number with this combo, you can get them in two different options, a hanging or a standing glass pot with the plant inside, the plant is self sufficient: no need to water it or let it breathe, the LED light will give it the necessary energy to photosynthesize. Perfect for an added boost of light and green on the da...
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XIAO YENS HOUSE | BY CRAIG STEELY ARCHITECTURE | Image

XIAO YENS HOUSE | BY CRAIG STEELY ARCHITECTURE

Xiao-Yens House is a stunning property in San Francisco, California. This house transformation is the work of Craig Steely Architecture, the owners wanted a contemporary space that included a more open plan for work and living. The extensive remodel of the house began by tearing away the substandard remodeling that had taken place over the past 100 years and replacing it with spaces more appropriate to the clients program. These included a more open plan for work an...
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