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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 furniture is available in two versions in three color combinations. via



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CHARLOTTE PERRIAND BEACH HOUSE | Image

CHARLOTTE PERRIAND BEACH HOUSE

Originally designed by modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 for an affordable getaway home competition, the small U-shaped beach house sketches didn’t leave the page. Until Louis Vuitton developed the beautiful project recently, by building the modern waterfront retreat (in the beach-side garden at The Raleigh Hotel on Miamis South Beach) using sketches and drawings almost eighty years after it was first conceived. The end result is this private hideaway a...
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SLIT BIKE RACK | BY MIKILI | Image

SLIT BIKE RACK | BY MIKILI

We have featured some cool and functional bike racks in the past, but none as simple and clean as this. The SLIT bike rack was designed by Mikili, a German brand that makes beautiful bicycle furniture. They develop bicycle racks that meet the highest standards of functionality, individuality, and design. SLIT features a technically sophisticated foldaway mechanism, when open becomes a stable holder for your prized possession, when folded it discreetly blen...
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MONTEBAR VILLA

Designed by Italian JM Architecture studio, the Montebar Villa is a minimalist residence located in Medeglia, Switzerland. The prefabricated wood house lies on a slope that faces the Swiss alps, with the main entertainment areas opening up to the beautiful view. The huge top-to-bottom front glass facade lets in plenty of light during all four seasons, and offers dramatic views of the tranquil surroundings....
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