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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. Itīs 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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AMOK DRAUMR HAMMOCK

Amok Equipment have announced the third generation of their award winning Amok Draumr Hammock, an innovative side-roped hammock that sleeps you flat and lets you sit up. The hammock comes packed in a small stuff sack and is quickly setup via a system of stowaway suspension straps and carabiners. The versatile Amok Draumr is designed for use with an inflatable sleeping pad, to create a flat surface for snoozing, and features an innovative adjustment system, simply pu...
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PIRATE SHIP BEDROOM | BY KUHL DESIGN BUILD | Image

PIRATE SHIP BEDROOM | BY KUHL DESIGN BUILD

You have to admire the excellent creative work of the Pirate bedroom by Steve Kuhl from  "Kuhl design Build". The bedroom fulfills every boys fantasy, itīs insanely cool. The client wanted to build a one-of-a-kind bedroom, he sure got one...The rope bridge is connected to the top of the jail cell, built to accommodate evil doers, thieves and little sisters....
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CAST IRON HOUSE

The spectacular Cast Iron House is a new condominium project in Tribeca, New York. Located at 67 Franklin Street, the breathtaking restoration was designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, and comprises 11 duplex residences and two mind-blowing twin duplex penthouses atop the 132-year-old cast-iron beauty in Tribeca. Each residence stands alone as a singular creation by Ban, all of which have cathedral-style double-height ceilings and private elevator en...
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