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Husk Armchair

The Husk Chair was designed by Patricia Urquiola for furniture store B&B Italia. It consists of a hardshell in Hirek and a series of soft cushions stitched together. Three styles of cushion are available, standard, large, and very large, you can also opt for a headrest. via



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USIT | STEPLADDER CHAIR

Usit is a beautifully designed two-in-one solution, an elegant chair that doubles as a stepladder. The innovative Usit was created by Dutch designer Maarten Olden, and is available in a two-step version for use as a chair, or in a three-step version for use as a high stool. It can also be used as a stable ladder, it features spacious steps with non-slip grooves, and although collapsible, the Usit doesn´t have to be packed away after use. The hybrid piece of furnitur...
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NETTLETON 199 HOUSE | CAPE TOWN

Nettleton 199 is an absolutely breathtaking house designed by SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). We are big fans of SATA, we have featured before the "First Crescent", a stunning minimalist home also in South Africa. Nettleton 199 is positioned in Cape Town, on the side of Lion’s Head and has fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean, it was designed to maximize the connection with the view and the sea and to create a garden beside the mountain located ...
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UNDERPASS STUDIO WORKSPACE

This furniture designer has built a studio under a bridge! Fernando Abellanas, who makes furniture under the label Lebrel, has transformed the underside of a concrete bridge in Valencia (Spain) into a hidden workspace as a response to the urban space shortage. He built this structure in the greatest secrecy perched at several meters of altitude, accessed only by a platform, which he operates with the aid of a crank. The platform moves from one side of the bridge to ...
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