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Aero Sphere Fan

The unusual Aero Sphere Fan has deservedly won the prestigious "Best Of The Best” Red Dot Design Award which is awarded for groundbreaking design and is reserved for the best products in a category. Designed in Japan, the sculptural household appliance features a unique honeycomb design, which channels air away from the blades so that it travels much further into the room for more effective cooling. Also included are a AC adapter, remote control and stand. via



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INDOOR DOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA | Image

INDOOR DOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. Their collection features some very original pieces of furniture including this vintage desk, made with a recycled door. The table besides beautiful is very practical and versatile, when closed it can be used as a dining table for 8 people, and if opened can be used as a functional work desk. Inside you´ll find three recycled rawhide ...
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ARTIFOX DESK 01

This beautiful and functional work desk was designed by Artifox, a company dedicated to crafting clever solutions and reinventing the way we use everyday items. Their new Desk 01 is hand crafted from solid hardwood and has a built-in writable/erasable whiteboard for jotting down notes(eraser included). It also features several functional details such as a tablet and mobile phone dock, two hooks for hanging stuff like headphones or backpacks, and a clever cable manag...
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BABYBJORN CRADLE

We love minimal and practical design, the BabyBJorn Cradle is a beautifully designed cradle that is lightweight enough to be easily moved from room to room. The compact, cozy cradle features a spring suspension system that soothes your baby with soft rocking motions. Perfect for small apartments....
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