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Mega Bulb | By Sofie Refer

Mega Bulb is a classic glass pendant light, a piece created by designer Sofie Refer. Using the shape of the first electric lamps, the lamp bulb is handcrafted and imperfections in the glass create unique objects. Minimalist, functional with Scandinavian classicism, the Mega Bulb is a timeless piece of design, being a perfect companion for the kitchen chef or lighting large rooms and spaces. It has won numerous awards like the "GOOD DESIGN award" and "Wallpaper Design Award".



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CORRIDOR BAR

The Corridor Bar from BDI is a highly contemporary and functional home bar, the perfect combination of style and function. The beautiful cabinet offers racking space for wine bottles and storage for a host of liquor bottles, glassware and all other kinds of bar implements are beautifully organized in the numerous open shelves and single closed drawer within. A black micro-etched glass top is the perfect work space to create your cocktails. An elegant solution that i...
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CHEF PANINI SPATULA

The smartly designed Chef Panini Spatula by Williams-Sonoma was created for carefully lifting freshly grilled panini and slicing the sandwiches for serving. No more burning your fingers when lifting your sandwich from the grill, and no more mess when cutting it!...
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ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION | Image

ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION

Toronto based Architects Peter Tan and Christine Ho Ping Kong of  "Studio Junction", converted this contractor warehouse the ambition was to create a modern, affordable home and studio for a family of four - one which could successfully adapt to a mid-block or laneway situation, there is no typical front or back. The design of the house is generated by an emphasis on the views and activities of the interior courtyards, all the windows look inwards....
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