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Framed Tech

Framed Tech pays homage to the biggest tech icons such as outdated gadgets and vintage consoles by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of PS3 controllers, the original Atari and its cartridges, to several generations of iPhone. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons by proudly displaying them on the wall of your man cave, for a fair bit of nostalgic cool. watch the video below



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MOVI Standing Desk

Standing desks are hardly a new idea, they boost your productivity and mitigate the annoying afternoon slump. But what if you love your existing desk? MOVI is a sit-stand desk that fits on top of your existing desk and allows you to switch from a sitting to a standing position, and back, in mere seconds. It requires no assembly, no fixed installation and sets up instantly. With a quick press of a single button, a quiet, high-speed, electric motor will...
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DOMINO LOFT

Domino Loft is a brilliant solution, a custom designed and pre-fabricated, multi-functional space, for a small condo in San Francisco, California. Designed by Peter Suen and Charles Irby, the multi-functional loft transforms a small condo into a dynamic space, it features details such as a dry-erase board wall, a small dining table that doubles as a desk, a hidden closet, and a fold out murphy bed. Access to the upper bed is via a ladder that also moves to provide a...
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SHELL CHAIR | BY HANS J WEGNER | Image

SHELL CHAIR | BY HANS J WEGNER

Danish designer Hans J. Wegner created this stunning 3 legged chair for Carl Hansen & Son in 1963. Sometimes called "The Smiling Chair", the three-legged construction provides absolute stability; the chair achieves a floating lightness due to its wing-like seat and the arching curves of its tapered legs. This comfortable masterpiece is a marvel of grace and beauty....
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