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Impressive House In Cape Town | By Saota

We have done some features on SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects) in the past, the South African Architecture studio always impresses us with their mind blowing minimalist projects. Another example of their work is this home located in the affluent suburb of Bantry Bay, in Cape Town, South Africa. The house is on a cliff-top with with all rooms facing the spectacular sea view, but the stand out feature of the home has to be the amazing infinity pool and sunken lounge. via

Other masterpieces by SAOTA:
First Crescent   Nettleton 199 house   Victoria 73 house




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Worn & Wound
DOG POLAR TREX BOOTS | Image

DOG POLAR TREX BOOTS

Are you a dog lover? do you take your hairy friend along every you go? Well now you can strap a set of boots on your canine companion and enjoy all the winter activities. The set comes with four boots with Vibram Icetrek soles giving them great traction, and ankle straps keeping the boots secure....
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OSTRICH PILLOW

The Ostrich Pillow started of as a prototype and first went viral on the web at the beginning of this year. Now, with the help of kickstarter it might become a reality. Power napping increases productivity by 34%, and with this in mind the Ostrich Pillow was born - the perfect companion to nap, disconnect and dream. Your little private space within a public one, to relax and unwind. Crazy concept, but we love it. Watch the video Update: The Ostrich Pi...
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OSCAR DESK | BY GIORGIO BONAGURO | Image

OSCAR DESK | BY GIORGIO BONAGURO

The Oscar Desk by Giorgio Bonaguro for Valsecchi 1918 is an Architects dream table. Made from solid wood and soft leather, the stylish and versatile work desk is inspired by architects drawing boards(the desk takes its name from Oscar Niemeyer), and features three storage spaces created by suspended soft leather curves of different widths, for keeping drawings, notes, journals or, for the less traditionalists, their tablet. The desk was recently presented at th...
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