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Dog House Sofa | By Seungji Mun

The "Dog house Sofa" is part of a line of pet furniture designed for the Korean brand ”m.pup”. It was created by designer Seungji Mun and enhances the harmony between humans and pets. If you have dogs at home you will know about their obsession with sofas, this piece of furniture is good enough for whetting their curiosity. source



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COOL SHOOTERS | ICE SHOT GLASSES | Image

COOL SHOOTERS | ICE SHOT GLASSES

Another Fred & Friends original product, the Cool Shooters Shot Glass Mold allows you to make your own shot glasses made of ice! All you need to do is fill the 4-glass mold with water or juice, then place it in the freezer. Then, remove four perfectly shaped ice glasses and fill them with your favorite liquor or beverage. Other cool Fred & Friends Products: ...
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SWEEPER & FUNNEL | BY MENU

We are loving this beautifully designed and functional combination of Sweeper & Funnel by Menu, a Scandinavian brand known for making products with minimalist design and functionality. The clever design allows the sweeper to fit inside the handle of the dustpan for compact storage, and uses the dustpan’s handle as a funnel, making it easy for disposing of the collected waste. A beautiful and simply executed design, just the way we like it. Available for p...
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IT HOUSE

The IT HOUSE is a precision building system custom tailored to each client and site. The customizable house is made of high quality sustainable materials that are manufactured with precision off-site and rapidly assembled on site. The IT HOUSE brings together raw industrial aesthetics with the tactics of green design, it is completely off-grid, generating its own heating and energy through passive heating and cooling, utilizing site orientation and cross ventilation...
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