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Woolsey Ping Pong Table

The Woolsey Ping Pong Table is not just another option to practice the game, in fact it enables you to keep practicing this fun activity but in a much more stylish way, turning the otherwise not so good looking table into a fine piece of furniture. It´s built with great craftsmanship and made using noble resources such as sugar maple and solid black walnut wood. It also comes with a set of paddles made from the exact same materials. The other great feature is that the powder coated steel net can easily be removed turning the playing table into a dinner one so that the fun can keep going on in other terms.



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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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BUDDHA BOWL

Sublimely simple! Designed to rest with perfect comfort in the palm of your hand, the Buddha Bowl is perfect for rice, latte, soup, tea, ice cream, and even cereal. All you have to do is slip the Buddha Bowl in your hand, and enjoy the Zen experience... Available is a variety of colors. Also check out the awesome OBOL (Never eat soggy cereal again)...
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BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA | Image

BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA

The Barrancas House is our latest house crush, situated in Mexico City, Mexico, this stunning residence was originally built in the seventies, but has recently been redesigned by Architect Ezequiel Farca. The challenge was to create a house that through different multifunctional spaces could generate a feeling of expectation and surprise. The structure, completely surrounded by nature, takes advantage of the large floor to ceiling windows to enhance the natural shap...
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