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Stack Stoves

Stack is a line of stoves born from a cooperation between La Castellamonte and Adriano Design. Stack Stoves feature the ancient tradition of ceramic stoves but with contemporary shapes. The bottom part burns the wood, whilst the top part lets the hot air waft out. Stack stoves are available in round or rectangular styles and come with a choice of bases and finishes.



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FILMOGRAPHY OF CARS | Image

FILMOGRAPHY OF CARS

Petrol heads and movie fanatics rejoice! Artist Calm The Ham has designed a spectacular 24 X 36-inch litho print, featuring the iconic cars of film and television from 1929 to the modern day. The awesome "Filmography of Cars" print pays homage to all the truly iconic automobiles of Hollywood movies, it features over 71 intricately detailed hand-drawn illustrations of vehicles such as Batman´s Tumbler, Knight Rider´s Pontiac, Ghostbuster´s vehicle, Herbie Beetle, ...
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THE MOUNTAIN REFUGE

Designed by the Italian architects Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi, The Mountain Refuge is a contemporary interpretation of old traditional mountain cabins. The prefabricated wood construction system allows for freedom of configuration and expansion, with each module working as an independent structure. The refuge looks towards energy self-sufficiency, which is why a photovoltaic systems with batteries and a rainwater collection system have been installed. The cabi...
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CIRCULAR CALENDAR 2015

The Circular Calendar is a beautiful and unusual wall calendar designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The A0 size calendar lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north...
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