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Bottoms Up Pet Dish

The Bottoms Up pet food dish is an elegant solution designed by Andrew Coslow, it takes on a fresh approach to your pups dinner time. Raised up off the ground 8.5” to aid digestion, the bowls can easily be clipped in and out of the wooden base for cleaning. If we get to have fine china, then your pup deserves to have something nice too.



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NOOCITY GROWBED

Urban-style gardening is about growing your own food with limited space and creative resources. Rooftop and patio gardens create peaceful places for relaxation or contemplation, but they also provide a possibility to reconnect with the natural world through gardening. More people around the world are taking a look at urban farming to grow fresh and healthy food in their homes, and we have come across several solutions over the years, but none have caught our attenti...
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HI CAN  |  HIGH FIDELITY CANOPY | Image

HI CAN | HIGH FIDELITY CANOPY

HiCan - High fidelity Canopy - represents the new interpretation of the canopy iconic bed. A new, seamless blend of vintage and comtemporary design that uses the latest technology to deliver new emotional scenarios and way of expressions in our most intamate space. Designed by the italian designer Edoardo Carlino to build a new relashionship between human beings, design and technology inside the bed, we spend about one third of our lifes....
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BARCELONA INDUSTRIAL LOFT

This spectacular loft apartment is a refurbishment of an old carpenter’s workshop located in Barcelona’s Poble Sec neighbourhood. Designed by Spanish architectural studio FFWD, the team defined that the main goal was to set up the space for habitation while preserving the existing structural components, and its charm and singularity. They restored the building´s brick and stone walls, the wooden beams in the ceiling, and covered the floor with a concrete lining. The...
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