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Mvs Chaise | By Vitra

MVS Chaise by Vitra is the ultimate power nap chair, perfect for a rejuvenating rest or quick nap. At first glance the recliner looks like a sculptural object, but its comfort becomes immediately apparent upon use. The resilient material conforms to the body and is exceptionally soft and elastic. The frames construction makes it easy for users to shift their weight from a sitting to a reclining position.

Other great alternatives are: the Sway Rocking Chair and the Gravity Balans Chair




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ZERO GRAVITY RACKS

Is all your gear taking up so much garage space that you canīt even park your car? The Zero Gravity Rack is a simple solution to free up more floor space, by lifting your gear off the ground and out of the way. The racks are designed with a gas strut system to compress air and minimize manual efforts to lift and store equipment. Many commuters will use a bicycle to get to and from their workplace in order to avoid traffic, but storing that bicycle in a small city ap...
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DOG GEAR

We rounded up some of our favorite picks for our furry friends, here are some cool, original, functional, confortable,... Dog related products. Product details after the jump. Also, check out some of our other original roundups: Gift ideas for the Drinker | Gift ideas for the Apple fanatic | Gift ideas for the Kitchen...
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ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION | Image

ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION

Toronto based Architects Peter Tan and Christine Ho Ping Kong of  "Studio Junction", converted this contractor warehouse the ambition was to create a modern, affordable home and studio for a family of four - one which could successfully adapt to a mid-block or laneway situation, there is no typical front or back. The design of the house is generated by an emphasis on the views and activities of the interior courtyards, all the windows look inwards....
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