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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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JAFFA APARTMENT | BY PITSOU KEDEM ARCHITECTS | Image

JAFFA APARTMENT | BY PITSOU KEDEM ARCHITECTS

The stunning Jaffa Apartment features contemporary minimalism architecture imbedded in a historic residence in Old Jaffa, Tel-Aviv - Israel. Designed by Israeli-based Pitsou Kedem Architects, the 100 square meter residential flat is set above the harbor and has majestic views of the Mediterranean Sea. The restoration maintained all of the building´s original characteristics: the stone walls, the segmented ceilings and the arches including the exposure of the origina...
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EZ-STOW HAULER

The EZ-Stow Hauler is a versatile tractor cart that converts from cart to flat bed to wheelbarrow, and is capable of hauling up to 800lb, making your yard projects a whole lot easier. The durable yard cart fits all lawn and garden tractors, and features a foot pedal release for dumping its contents, and collapsing sides (turns into a flat-bed) to accommodate oversize loads such as logs. It even comes with optional tool holders to secure tools on the bed during trans...
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CERAMIC HOUSE | BY HECTOR RUIZ-VELAZQUEZ | Image

CERAMIC HOUSE | BY HECTOR RUIZ-VELAZQUEZ

Located in Madrid-Spain, this is an amazing attic space conversion of an early 20th Century building. It is a creation of Spanish Architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez, and he designed it as a three-dimensional object you can move arround at different heights going up and down freely across the numerous levels. Via Contemporist...
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