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Casa V

The Casa V was designed by Plan B Architects in colaboration with Mazzanti Architects, it´s located near Bogotá in Colombia. The house was designed to enjoy a native garden and a distant view of the wetland. The main feature of the house has to be the outdoor space, with a rooftop garden leading down to another spacious rooftop covered with a beautiful deck floor.



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PLAYING ARTS

From the two of clubs to the ace of spades, each card in this beautiful deck has been individually designed by one of the 55 chosen international artists in their distinct style and technique. The idea of the Playing Arts project was to create a deck of unique playing poker cards, each one designed by the most talented designers and illustrators from all over the world, using their own individual style and technique. The end result is nothing short of spectacular....
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SOY SAUCE CRUET

Love soy sauce but hate the spills? If that´s the case The Soy Sauce Cruet is Keita Suzuki´s answer to your prayers. The Japanese designer, working for the design company "The” also original from the "land of the rising sun”, came up with the idea of placing the spout on the cap, instead of the bottle, thus causing a no spilling effect, when you tilt it to serve it the soy sauce pours through a thin gap between bottle and cap. Both parts are made from "crystal glass...
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TABLEAIR

This is a really interesting product, a workdesk that moves up and down, adjusting the height according to your needs! Simply place your hand over the sensor indicating the distance you want, and it lifts automatically to match the height! It can elevate itself from 64cm, minimum, up to 130 cm. It also features a cool LED lighting on the side, that can shift it´s colors according to your mood, you can choose, red, blue, or any other from a range of eight options. Yo...
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