stuff we drool about

Egg Chair | By Arne Jacobsen

The Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen is one of those timeless pieces of furniture we drool about. Itīs minimal design dates back to 1958, and features fluid and curved lines. "The Egg" is a modern furniture icon, both functional and beautiful...and, it would look great in our living room.



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PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE | Image

PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE

Designed by George Bohle, the Pianotable offers a dinner with the accompaniment of a piano. The piano player takes a seat at the dining table. Furthermore, as the occasion demands it, a little band can strike up at the table. The piano player will find companionship by a singer and his microphone and a guitarplayer. If the cap of the piano remains closed, the plain wooden surface will serve as a table without cease....
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HORIZONTAL SHOWER | BY DORNBRACHT | Image

HORIZONTAL SHOWER | BY DORNBRACHT

Tired of waking up early to take a morning shower? Now you can continue napping in the shower. Swiss company Dornbracht has developed a new way to bathe: an horizontal shower! The structure is secured to the wall and has a roof filled with water jets that bathe the user. To provide an even greater level of relaxation, the system uses a shower called Ambiance Tuning Technique, which allows to program different temperature and water flow. Watch th video...
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ECOCAPSULE

Over the years we have showcased several houses, retreats, weekend cabins, and pods, places to escape hectic city life and reconnect with nature. Our latest discovery was developed by Nice Architects, a self-sustaining portable house appropriately named Ecocapsule. The ecological pod, is equipped with a built-in wind turbine, roof-mounted solar panels, and a high-capacity battery, these off-grid capabilities allow you and a guest to enjoy the convenience of househol...
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