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The Abyss Table | By Duffy London

Duffy London never cease to amaze us with their creative and unusual furniture. The same creative minds behind the Shadow Chair, the Swing Table and the Woodsman Axe Coffee table , have designed a dramatic new coffee table, the Abyss Table . The clever and beautifully executed design mimics the depths of the ocean with a 3-D representation of a geological cross-section re-creating a mesmeric abyss. The stunning effect was achieved with sheets of wood and glass overlayed on top of each other, materializing the topography and the dramatic depths of the ocean.



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CHRISTIAN VIZL OCEAN PRINTS | Image

CHRISTIAN VIZL OCEAN PRINTS

Mexican photographer Christian Vizl captures the underwater world in never-before-seen ways. The award winning photographer conveys the poetry of light through his inspiring black and white, color, and macro underwater images. He says about his inspiring work "I dreamt about what lay beneath the waves, and how would it look if suddenly all the water vanished, leaving all the animals and living creatures in stasis. In this way, I could walk within the ocean and see t...
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YRON Grill

The sun is out, as are the terrible T-shirt suntans, and its that special time of the year - barbecue season. The beautiful YRON Grill boasts precise German engineering and craftsmanship, it is crafted from cast iron and features eye-catching oak legs. Cast iron is the ideal material for grills as it stores the heat and conducts it optimally, it is stable and extremely durable. This superbly designed and crafted cooking accessory can also be used without the grill a...
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WARDELL SAGAN APARTMENT

This original open-space living/work loft is the creation of two San Francisco art and travel addicts, Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan. They bought a 3,200 sq ft former Chinese laundry and restored it as a living space. They also wanted to include a home office and a guest bedroom without cluttering the space, so they came up with the idea of stacking two shipping containers on top of each other to create private space within the open-plan living area. source Like...
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