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Febo Solar Engraver

Febo is a solar wooden engraver that enables you to engrave images of your choice on to a a considerable number of surfaces that you may use as your personal drawing board, you may use it on wood, plywood, leather, cork or cardboard. The engraver works by concentrating sunlight on to a single spot through its powerful glass lens thus producing a high temperature sun ray that will engrave whatever you want. Along with the lens you also get a set of stencils of your choice that will assist you in engraving your drawings, logos or messages for the first few times, until you get the hang of it. watch the video below



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NORTHSTAR REFRIGERATOR WITH BUILT-IN DRAFT BEER SYSTEM | Image

NORTHSTAR REFRIGERATOR WITH BUILT-IN DRAFT BEER SYSTEM

Northstar have been known for there funky retro-style refrigerators, now they have gone one step further on the "coolness" scale, they have created a refrigerator with fresh cold draft beer! You can choose from 3 different models, 1950, 1951, and 1952, the system will cost you $800 dollars plus the price of the fridge. The Brew Master draft system, includes through-the-door tap dispenser, coupler, connections, CO2 cylinder and drip tray. ...
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HUNTING CHAIR | BY BORGE MOGENSEN | Image

HUNTING CHAIR | BY BORGE MOGENSEN

This design dates back to 1950, it´s one of Norge Mogensen´s more unusual chairs. He designed the chair for or the autumn exhibition of the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild, whose theme that year was ‘The Hunting Lodge’. The frame of the chair is made form oak, the back and seat are made of butt leather and have adjustable straps....
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Woodhouse 2.0

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this dreamy escape nestled amongst the dense pin oak forests of Long Island, New York. The circular den was envisioned by Marchi Architects, it is distributed over two levels, a ground and basement floor, and is constructed from natural materials such as vertical wood slat cladding and smooth concrete, respecting the essence of the landscape. The unique house is accessed fro...
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