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Clug Bike Rack

We are suckers for a simple functional design, and we love CLUG, the perfect way to hold your bike. The tiny minimal clip is the cheapest, easiest to mount, and least obtrusive bike rack we have come across. Clug is available in several sizes and colors, and fits just about every bike tire out there, whether you have a road bike, or a mountain bike with big fat tires, the tiny clip will help you save space, keep your place tidy and display your ride proudly.



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DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS | Image

DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS

This is something different, the Galfond Residence located in a recent multi-residential development, in the East Village of NYC, the owner approached Turett Collabortive Architects and requested something they had never seen before...combining two penthouse condos... with a helical slide! The half-tube stainless steel slide starts on the top floor near the office, and lands below near both the living and dining areas. ...
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BOGOBRUSH

Bogobrush is a new toothbrush designed, developed and made in the USA, its most attractive feature lies in the fact that it´s green, because they´re made from used plastic that would otherwise have the landfill as final destination, and you can also get a biodegradable model, which you can compost after use. Its other great feature is that it generates selflessness because for each Bogobrush you buy, you´re giving one away to someone who needs one, the company has c...
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BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI

Kibisi, a danish Company from Copenhagen us teamed up with Danish upholstery company Versus to create this original sofa. This sofa is part of a line called Brick series, it consists of a pouf, a chair and two and three seater sofas. Bjarke Ingels of KiBiSi says: "the Brick explores the tectonic of bricklaying to stack sandbag like cushions into architecture for comfort.”...
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