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Mini Materials

Mini Materials is like Lego, but with real materials! You can now channel your inner architect with these brilliant mini building materials, use stuff such as cinder blocks (made from real cement), bricks (made from real terra cotta), wooden palettes and wooden planks, even concrete mix to bring everything together and build some cracking looking constructions. The only thing holding you back is your own imagination. All the materials are 1/12 scale and available now at Mini Materialsī website starting for around $5 per pack.



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CYCLOC | BICYCLE STORAGE SYSTEM | Image

CYCLOC | BICYCLE STORAGE SYSTEM

Cycloc is a bicycle storage solution that allows you to display your prized bike with style, horizontally or vertically. The versatile, wall-mounted Cycloc is the perfect storage system for home or office, it features an unique shape that combined with your bikes own weight, holds it instantly in place. It fits a wide range of frames, all you have to do is rotate Cycloc to match the angle of your frame. You can attach a bike lock for security and store cycling acces...
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PIZZA WHEEL | BY ROSLE | Image

PIZZA WHEEL | BY ROSLE

We have featured some cool pizza products over the last couple of years, but none have been as stylish or sophisticated as this Pizza Wheel by Rosle. Winner of the Red Dot award for product design, the cutter has a free running roller blade sharpened on both sides and cuts through food easily. It features a ergonomic handle for safe use and is easy to disassemble for cleaning. source Also check out our roundup for Pizza Loverīs...
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ALINGHI RESIDENCE | BY GROSE BRADLEY ARCHITECTS | Image

ALINGHI RESIDENCE | BY GROSE BRADLEY ARCHITECTS

Alinghi Residence is a modern beach house in the town of Rocky Point, which is only three miles from the popular tourist destination of Queensland, Australia. The house was designed by Grose Bradley BNV, their task was to create a space suitable for contemplation and enjoyment of nature. All rooms are oriented toward the ocean, which guarantees a magnificent view of the Pacific ocean. ...
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