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Wald Plug Lamp

Wald Plug Lamp could be your first step into the minimal aesthetic movement. Something simple, smart, that provides a "clean” look. The elegant "floor lamp” requires no wires, it fits into a light socket without any additional support or base, allowing you to quickly move it around the house if you want to. It´s a great mix of modern and classic, metal and wood, a winning combination that results in a piece of exquisite taste and build quality. You can choose between different finishes for both of the components, giving you a nice range of chromatic and texture combinations. The LA based Feltmark studio really hit the spot with this one.



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TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION | Image

TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION

OFTB(Out of the blue) is a a team of landscape architects, horticulturists and in-house pool builders based in Melbourne, Australia. They integrate contemporary landscape design with high quality construction of concrete swimming pools. Here we feature one of their stunning creations, a transparent pool from a house in Elsterwick, Melbourne....
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LEGO SIMPSONS MINIFIGURES

Lego have announced today the set of 16 Simpsons minifigures featuring most of the popular characters from the cult series. Lego had previously released the Simpsons House Set that includes 6 minifigures, but now you will be able to purchase all 16 minifigures from Homer Simpson to Krusty the Clown to Itchy and Scratchy. The figures will be available in May for $4 each, from Lego and from Amazon. Lego Fan? check out our roundup of gift ideas for the Lego Fanati...
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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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