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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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BACKJOY

Back pain is a major issue nowadays, specially if you spend long hours at an office desk. So what can be done to alleviate such an ongoing problem? Meet Backjoy, an innovative sitting device that relieves back pain by implementing a proper posture, by strengthening the core, promoting healthy breathing and reducing stress, pain and inflammation. It maintains the natural state of the spine by tilting your hips upright and comfortably "floating” your spine over the se...
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GRILLIPUT | PORTABLE CAMPING GRILL | Image

GRILLIPUT | PORTABLE CAMPING GRILL

Grilliput is a lightweight, portable grill that can be easily broken down to stow compactly. Made from durable stainless steel, the grill is perfect for outdoor minimalists that want to pack light, all the components fit snugly inside a screw top tube you can easily carry in your pocket or backpack. If you have extra space, you can also take along the Grilliput Firebowl, a compact firebowl that folds up into a small space and can also be used to store your charcoal ...
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GRID HOUSE IN BRASIL | BY FORTE GIMENES & MARCONDES FERRAZ ARCHITECTS | Image

GRID HOUSE IN BRASIL | BY FORTE GIMENES & MARCONDES FERRAZ ARCHITECTS

The Grid House is a residence by Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Architects and it is located close to São Paulo,Brazil.Three main issues have guided the project conception: the demand for a single-story house, the wish to establish a direct relationship with the land and nature and also the need to provide privacy to the members of the family, with the main area located in one single building....
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