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Nettleton 199 House | Cape Town

Nettleton 199 is an absolutely breathtaking house designed by SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). We are big fans of SATA, we have featured before the "First Crescent", a stunning minimalist home also in South Africa. Nettleton 199 is positioned in Cape Town, on the side of Lion’s Head and has fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean, it was designed to maximize the connection with the view and the sea and to create a garden beside the mountain located near the site. The garden has views trough the living room capturing the dramatic views.



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MADRA LOG BASKET

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award, the Madra Log Basket by Blomus, is a clever and elegant solution for carrying and storing fire wood. Simply pick up the textile basket, go to the log pile or down into the cellar, carry the wood easily to the fireplace and place the textile basket in the elegant stainless steel stand. Available in Europe here...
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GOODFLOSS

New from Goodwell, the same company that brought us the Goodwell Toothbrush, is the Goodfloss Flosser, a biodegradable credit card sized flosser. Flossing is an essential part of taking care of your teeth and gums, and Goodfloss makes the process a breeze when you find yourself sleeping away from home with no floss in sight. Goodfloss comes in cards of 4 that detach individually, they’re small enough to fit in a wallet, purse, or pocket. Each flosser also has a toot...
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SPRUCE STOVE

The Spruce Stove was created by Dutch designers Roel de Boer and Michiel Martens. The unique stove is a new approach to burning wood, it burns one long log, a bit at a time. Simply rest the tree trunk on the wheeled stand and gently push it into the cylindrical stove, the experience lasts as long as the trunk. A camera-aperture-like opening is closed around it. This would definitely look cool in a big open space industrial apartment. via...
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