stuff we drool about

Cracked Log Lamps

The Cracked Log Lamps are an award winning lighting proposal by an Aussie craftsman/artist named Duncan Meerding, he gets old savaged and obviously cracked logs, and then installs a warm LED yellow light system, that makes possible for the light source to come from within. Itīs the cracks that decide where and how the lights will be disposed. Another interesting feature is that you can either use it as a stool, a small table while youīre outside or just a regular light accessory. Obviously each piece is unique, thus contributing for the exclusiveness of it and giving them that extra character we all love to get on the items we own.



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LAGOON DAYBED | BY SOLPURI | Image

LAGOON DAYBED | BY SOLPURI

If you are planning to soak up the sun this summer, then do it in style and get the Lagoon Daybed by Solpuri. This stylish bed was designed by Klaus Nolting and comes equipped with led lighting and a protective cover that you can close when the sun is to harsh. The bed also comes equipped with a control allowing you to rotate the bed in the sunīs direction....
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BENE AL KICKER FOOTBALL TABLE | Image

BENE AL KICKER FOOTBALL TABLE

The Bene AL Kicker was originally created for the 2008 Euro Cup and is now available in a limited edition - just in time for the 2010 World Cup. With its sleek design and quality materials, the Bene AL Kicker invites you to have fun during your break. AL stands for aluminium, and the anodised players are painted silver and red. This football table makes a cool understatement in the office. Football has never been more stylish. Only 25 available....
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TORQUAY CONCRETE HOUSE

A beautiful concrete house on the Victorian surf coast in Torquay, Australia. Idealised by Auhaus Architecture, the 4 bedroom family house has been designed as a walled sanctuary, opening up onto itself and allowing stunning views onto wetlands and a golf course. The material palette is rich and textured, and the combination of concrete and warm wood works wonders. The use of brass details along with marble and wood, add warmth to the natural concrete mass...
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