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Splash Chopping Board

How cool is this chopping board? Designed by Mustard, a design studio that brings a fun perspective to everyday mundane products, the "Splash Chopping Board" is cleverly designed to make it stable against the edge of the kitchen counter using the drip as an edge. If necessary the "drips" can easily be removed, making a completely flat worktop saver. Available now for pre-order at online store mzube.

Also check out the very cool Paint Drip Table




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YRON Grill

The sun is out, as are the terrible T-shirt suntans, and its that special time of the year - barbecue season. The beautiful YRON Grill boasts precise German engineering and craftsmanship, it is crafted from cast iron and features eye-catching oak legs. Cast iron is the ideal material for grills as it stores the heat and conducts it optimally, it is stable and extremely durable. This superbly designed and crafted cooking accessory can also be used without the grill a...
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DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS | Image

DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS

This is something different, the Galfond Residence located in a recent multi-residential development, in the East Village of NYC, the owner approached Turett Collabortive Architects and requested something they had never seen before...combining two penthouse condos... with a helical slide! The half-tube stainless steel slide starts on the top floor near the office, and lands below near both the living and dining areas. ...
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55 BLAIR ROAD PROJECT | ONG & ONG ARCHITECTS | Image

55 BLAIR ROAD PROJECT | ONG & ONG ARCHITECTS

This house was designed by Ong & Ong and it is located 55 Blair Road in Singapore. 55 Blair Road Project is a beautiful example on how an old house can turn into something incredibly modern and jaw-ping. This is a renovation and restoration to a traditional art deco style shop house....
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