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Stand Desk

A lot has been said about ”Sitting as the smoking of our generation”, we have featured some solutions in the past to help you manage your health throughout your working day, but none seem to be affordable, the Stir Kinetic Desk looks beautiful but has a hefty price tag. Meet Stand Desk, an affordable solution that could make standing at the office mainstream. With a push of a button, the desk will automatically elevate/lower, making you stand more, sit less, and become healthier doing so. watch the video

Stand Desk is currently running a very successful campaign on Kickstarter




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SPRUCE STOVE | Image

SPRUCE STOVE

The Spruce Stove was created by Dutch designers Roel de Boer and Michiel Martens. The unique stove is a new approach to burning wood, it burns one long log, a bit at a time. Simply rest the tree trunk on the wheeled stand and gently push it into the cylindrical stove, the experience lasts as long as the trunk. A camera-aperture-like opening is closed around it. This would definitely look cool in a big open space industrial apartment. via...
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LIGHT LIGHT | LEVITATING LAMPS | Image

LIGHT LIGHT | LEVITATING LAMPS

The Silhouette floating lamp design is based on the iconic table lamp, it contrasts ultramodern technology with an almost antique appearance. This unique lamp was designed by Angela Jensen and engineer Ger Jansen, what makes it stand out is the floating top part. The floating effect is possible due to it´s electromagnetic components and a sophisticated control system. ...
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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSEBOAT

Anchored in a small canal on Mission Creek in San Francisco, California, lays this beautiful modern contemporary floating home designed by Robert Nebolon Architects. Envisioned by a pair of adventurous first-time homeowners, the 2,100-square-foot floating house was built in a Sausalito boatyard, and then towed across the San Francisco Bay safely to its slip on San Francisco’s Mission Creek where it now proudly resides. Everything has a contemporary touch, starting w...
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