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Teqball

Winner of multiple awards, Teqball is a new sport equipment and a new sport based on football. The fun game consists of a football, and a curved table similar to a ping pong table, challenging players to put their football skills to work. The idea is to volley the ball back and forth using only the parts of the body allowed in football, and besides being a fun, challenging game, it also works as a training tool, enhancing your skills and air-to-air ball handling. watch the video of the cool game in action



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IRONATE STOVETOP PIZZA COOKER | Image

IRONATE STOVETOP PIZZA COOKER

Ironate lets you make a perfectly crispy and delicious pizza in just 3 minutes on your kitchen stove. Made out of tough, high carbon steel that emulates the floor of a brick oven, the pizza cooker is designed to quickly soak up the energy from your stove and radiate it back to the pizza as intense heat to cook quickly and evenly. Itīs low-profile design allows it to heat up to 800 degrees in under 10 minutes and cook a 10-inch deliciously crunchy pizza. Includes the...
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FLOATING HOUSE | BY MOS ARCHITECTS | Image

FLOATING HOUSE | BY MOS ARCHITECTS

Less is more, MOS Office translated into architecture all the simplicity of a landscape with trees, rocks and a huge frozen lake. Built on the icy waters of Lake Huron, in Pointe au Baril city in Ontario, Canada, is the Floating House, it demands more pictures than words. Made entirely of wood - as a continuation of the deck that connects to the nearby cliff - the residence floats on a steel frame sized to guarantee stability in the different water levels....
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BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI | Image

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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