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Less But Better

If you love minimal design, then you have surely heard of Dieter Rams, one of the most influential industrial designers of the late 20th century. He is credited with influencing generations of designers, including Appleīs designer Jonathan Ive. Almost everything produced by arguably the most influential designer of the twentieth century is today considered a classic. This new and revised edition of Less but Better shows once again why Dieter Ramsīs approach to design will be relevant for the foreseeable future.



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JOULE SOUS VIDE

Sous vide cooking sounds like something only culinary geeks would do, well now you can easily do it yourself with Joule, the simplest way to cook sous vide at home. It maintains the temperature precisely, so your food cooks exactly how you want it, every time, resulting in perfectly cooked meats. Simply place the device in a pot with some water, and use the app to preheat it to the perfect temperature. Then put your food and some seasoning in a plastic bag and ...
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WAVE COFFEE TUMBLER

The beautiful and elegant Wave Coffee Tumbler not only looks good, it was ergonomically designed to be held easily with the simple and flowing curve outline. The mug is made out of double walled porcelain to help you keep your favorite beverage well insulated and warm for longer. It also features an advanced stainless steel sliding lid, and comes with a drip filter holder that fits perfectly on top, allowing you to also make your own coffee on the go. ...
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MANTA RESORT UNDERWATER ROOM

The Manta Resort located in Zanzibar, Africa, is offering a truly special experience, the spectacular Manta Underwater Room is submerged beneath the Indian Ocean. This has to be the ultimate retreat, located off Pemba Island, the tiny floating island features three levels: a sun deck for working your tan and stargazing at night, a lounge, bathroom and dinning area on water level, and a submerged bedroom that sits 13ft (four meters) beneath the surface with windows o...
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