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Giro Apple Slicer

This simple, minimalist apple slicer, winner of the Red Dot Design award is named Giro. The clever apple peeler was designed by Christina Schäfer a German designer. It cuts apples in a spiral-form surrounding the core in one smooth fluid motion. Giro creates gorgeous, perfectly executed apple spirals perfect for using in recipes, snacks or garnishes.



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BOTTOMS UP PET DISH

The Bottoms Up pet food dish is an elegant solution designed by Andrew Coslow, it takes on a fresh approach to your pups dinner time. Raised up off the ground 8.5” to aid digestion, the bowls can easily be clipped in and out of the wooden base for cleaning. If we get to have fine china, then your pup deserves to have something nice too....
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BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS | Image

BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS

Part office/studio, part recreational getaway, this unique project is located at the base of a large pine tree in the backyard of a  canyon residence.  The client is an artist and lover of nature so the Banyon Drive Treehouse, perched twelve feet off the ground, will serve as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities.Project Size: 170 s.f.  Rockefeller Architects...
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OPEN/CLOSE SERIES | BY ATOCHA DESIGN | Image

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, acc...
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