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Otto Fan

Otto is an adjustable industrial fan, a wooden fan with a contemporary style. Designed by Carlo Borer for Swiss company Stadler Form the Otto Fan has a wonderful retro design with a superb bended and oiled wooden ring made of African sapele wood. The fan is very powerful but is whisper quiet, it has 3 speed settings and is adjustable in height.



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BAREBONES PULASKI AXE

Barebones have introduced the beautiful Pulaski Axe. Inspired by tools used by woodland firefighters, the tool features a head made from 1055 high carbon steel, which combines an axe and an adze. Inside the Beech wood handle runs a solid steel core that secures the head with a tightening hex bolt and connects it to the steel pommel end. This helps you maneuver easily around rooting and trenching. The Pulaski also comes with a leather sheath. Learn more from Ba...
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GRID FRAMED TECH

The Framed Tech series by GRID pays homage to the biggest tech icons to have graced our pockets, by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of several generations of iPhone, the original iPod Touch, to several iconic phones such as the BlackBerry and Nokia. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons b...
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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSEBOAT

Anchored in a small canal on Mission Creek in San Francisco, California, lays this beautiful modern contemporary floating home designed by Robert Nebolon Architects. Envisioned by a pair of adventurous first-time homeowners, the 2,100-square-foot floating house was built in a Sausalito boatyard, and then towed across the San Francisco Bay safely to its slip on San Francisco’s Mission Creek where it now proudly resides. Everything has a contemporary touch, starting w...
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