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HRDL Vinyl Table

Founded by designer Stian Herdal, HRDL is a small company founded in Norway in 2015, with the intention of creating some modern-day midcentury modern pieces like this one. This stunning mid-century modern inspired record player cabinet is beautifully crafted out of Valchromat and oak, with a gorgeous tambour door with space for an amplifier, along with an area for cable management. There is also storage for around 200 records. This is a custom-made piece made according to the clients wishes.



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TEXAS QUAIL RIGS

Texas Quail Rigs is a new book that explores the tradition and culture of quail hunting in Texas and the eccentric vehicles built for the sport. Each one of the 120 plus vehicles featured is different, and reflects the personality of its owner and builder. The book is beautifully illustrated with photographs by author A.Lockey and is a tribute to the unique rigs and their owners, but also to the vanishing tradition and culture of quail hunting. Check out some of the...
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WILLOW TREEHOUSE

Looking for a place to go offline and connect with nature? This peaceful hideaway is located just outside the town of Woodstock, less than two hours drive from New York City. The Willow Treehouse looks out over the magnificent Catskills mountain range, quietly nestled within the dense woodland forest. Tucked away on 35 acres of private land and settled among the trees, overlooking a small, swimmable pond, the lofted cabin features an open plan layout with everything...
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FUCHUN BOAT ROOMS

Fuchun Boat Rooms are a touring option should you be travelling to China one of these days, especially if you’re going anywhere near the Hangzhou area. These houses aim to recover the spirit of the Chinese river people that lived on these parts for hundreds of years, starting in the early Ming dynasty and up to the middle of the Qing one. These houses were created by a team of architects from the prestigious China Academy of Art, they’re pretty much wooden cabins th...
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