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I Could Eat A Horse | Spaghetti Measuring Tool

"I could eat a horse” is a fun and original spaghetti measuring tool designed by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. The kitchen utensil allows you to quickly and easily determine the amount of spaghetti you need, whether you are cooking a meal for a a child, a woman, a man... or even a horse, well actually even if you feel you could eat a horse this portion is for four people! via

Available in the US from amazon, and in Europe here




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IWOOD LAPTOP

Children will have enough time to be introduced to all the new technologies, in the meantime you might want to introduce them to the charming i-Wood! a chalkboard laptop designed to look like a real laptop. The educational "state-of-the-art" iWood has a space for the chalk replacing the trackpad and is purely eco-friendly. Plus, it will keep the little ones away from your brand new iPad... [scouted by Joao]...
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WHEELBARROW BARBECUE

Barrow is the name of this genius idea, a Wheelbarrow Barbecue a fire-bowl that can be pushed to any place in the garden or on the terrace with ease. Designed by product design studio DING3000 for Konstantin Slawinski, this mobile fire-bowl has a low design to enable comfortably sitting around the open fire. If you and your guests get hungry, use the included cooking grate to melt marshmallows above the fire or to barbecue corn cobs and steak, everything is possible...
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AQUARIA GRANDE | FLOATING BALCONY POOLS

Aquaria Grande is an incredible project by Hong Kong-based architect James Law. The skyscraping residential complex has an outstanding and eye-popping feature, swimming pools instead of balconies! The building is intended for Mumbai, India, and will be developed by Indian real estate company Wadhwa Group, its comprised of two 37-story towers, with 200 apartments. ...
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