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Ballo Stool

We all know that sitting for hours on end is doing us a heap of wrong. Meet Ballo Stool, an ergonomic stool designed for active seating. Inspired by fitness products such as the fitness ball, Ballo keeps you active by using your legs and core to stay upright, providing comfort and healthy movement. Ballo helps to reduce the risks associated with sedentary behavior and improve metabolism, calorie burn and core strength. The innovative stool features two comfortable air-filled non-slip dimpled domes, and counterweights in the base, ensuring it wont roll away or topple over, whether youre using it or not. Available in seven colors, the playfully stool complements any space and can easily be moved around for impromptu gatherings. via



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CAIXA CABINET | BY MINIFORMS | Image

CAIXA CABINET | BY MINIFORMS

Designed by italian Paolo Cappello, Caixa is a cabinet reminiscent the 60īs vintage side-boards but has been redesigned to meet the needs of the 21st century.. The cabinet features an integrated ipod/tv speakers system so you can connect your TV, computer, iPod or any other device. Caixa is available in a lacquered white, black, or red....
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QLOCKTWO TOUCH | ANALOG TABLE CLOCK | Image

QLOCKTWO TOUCH | ANALOG TABLE CLOCK

Sometime ago we featured "QLOCKTWO", a wall clock, now German design company Biegert & Funk have conceived an analog table clock that also tells time in words. It is a smaller version of itīs successful big sister QLOCKTWO, but with alarm function. The characters on the clock shine in pure white with a sharp outline using LED technology. QLOCKTWO TOUCH is available in seven different colors....
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TORQUAY CONCRETE HOUSE

A beautiful concrete house on the Victorian surf coast in Torquay, Australia. Idealised by Auhaus Architecture, the 4 bedroom family house has been designed as a walled sanctuary, opening up onto itself and allowing stunning views onto wetlands and a golf course. The material palette is rich and textured, and the combination of concrete and warm wood works wonders. The use of brass details along with marble and wood, add warmth to the natural concrete mass...
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