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Spreadthat | Heated Butter Knife

Recognized with the prestigious iF product design award 2014, the revolutionary SpreadTHAT is the answer to an annoying household problem - hardened butter from the refrigerator. The lightweight knife is the first self-warming butter knife to work without electricity, it features a cutting-edge design and is made from highly efficient thermal conductive titanium to transmit heat from your hand to the blade of the knife, making spreading hard butter a breeze. watch the video

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FEBO SOLAR ENGRAVER

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CUBE LIGHT | BY ENEVU

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LOFT 9B APARTMENT

Loft B9 is a spectacular attic apartment in Sofia, Bulgaria. Idealized by interior designer Veneta Nikolova and architect Dimitar Karanikolov, they spent two years reconstructing the stylish place, with pieces of custom designed furniture and experimenting with details, and finishes. The residence is predominantly open plan, with a large living and dining space at its heart, and a massive dark concrete cube occupies the center of the living room, hiding the bathroom...
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