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Xiao Yens House | By Craig Steely Architecture

Xiao-Yens House is a stunning property in San Francisco, California. This house transformation is the work of Craig Steely Architecture, the owners wanted a contemporary space that included a more open plan for work and living. The extensive remodel of the house began by tearing away the substandard remodeling that had taken place over the past 100 years and replacing it with spaces more appropriate to the clients program. These included a more open plan for work and living, a sod roof, and a glass penthouse with the roof supported by a steel exoskeleton.



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THE KING ARTHUR | ROUND SWING TABLE | Image

THE KING ARTHUR | ROUND SWING TABLE

Design studio Duffy London have introduced a new table inspired by their previous and popular creation the "Swing Table". The King Arthur, Round Swing Table is a round table with suspended seats that sway playfully around it, adding a little extra fun into dinning sessions or office meetings. You can choose from black or white, choose from 8 or 12 seats, and indoor or outdoor option. The original structure also comes in handy when vacuuming, with the chair...
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CLEAR ICE MOLD

The Clear Ice Mold by W&P Design aims to produce an ice cube close to perfection, for those who wish to cool down their drink in style and slowly enjoy it. The perfectly insulated mold cools down the water from top to bottom, this process ensures that almost no air pockets are formed oin the freezing process thus producing a crystal clear ice cube, plus, because of its generous proportion, the ice cube will melt slowly allowing you to drink to the pace of your c...
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I COULD EAT A HORSE | SPAGHETTI MEASURING TOOL | Image

I COULD EAT A HORSE | SPAGHETTI MEASURING TOOL

"I could eat a horse” is a fun and original spaghetti measuring tool designed by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. The kitchen utensil allows you to quickly and easily determine the amount of spaghetti you need, whether you are cooking a meal for a a child, a woman, a man... or even a horse, well actually even if you feel you could eat a horse this portion is for four people! via Available in the US from amazon, and in Europe here...
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