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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 by proudly displaying them on the wall of your man cave, for a fair bit of nostalgic cool.



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Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
Wellen Interior
London Sock Interior
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THERMALUX SAUNA

Most saunas look the same. Thermalux see it differently. Thermalux Sauna redefines traditional saunas with their innovative designs, offering modern cube saunas, infrared saunas, and steam rooms for both indoor and outdoor use. With five unique collections to choose from, you can customize your sauna to suit your personal style and preferences. Whether you prefer sleek aluminum cladding to match your home's aesthetics or desire a standout gold finish, The...
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ESCAPE TRAVELER

Escape Traveler is an interesting housing possibility developed for those who are looking for an alternative to the conventional way of life. It´s a towable small and comfy house, with 269 sf, enough for up to 6 people! Really well built, with careful attention to detail and an interesting straightforward design, it features wide window space, providing loads of natural light into the practical interior, the outside structure was built using recycled maple Dakota p...
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EL NIDO HOUSE

The word small may be relative, a small house has an awful lot of benefits, from less clutter to the possibility of splurging on higher-quality items you really love. Less space and less stuff also means less cleaning, repairs, and a lighter mental load of household chores. The beautiful El Nido House is a project born from the need to recover an old house located in the historic center of the city of Merida, México. Developed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura, t...
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