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Tre Concrete Tiles

Tre is a modular concrete tile series with limitless application possibilities. The minimal tiles invite architects and designers to create their own surface design statements, giving them the ability to easily create intriguing and visually stunning designs. The series features 4 distinct faceted triangular tiles, which can be displayed independently or as modular elements in a larger geometric pattern concept, allowing for tiered creations that work with light, shadow and depth. For more information on Tre, as well as for examples of some of the many possible design concepts and surface applications you can visit their website.

If you´re interested in other designs, head over to Kaza Concrete.




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BB-8 DROID | BY SPHERO | Image

BB-8 DROID | BY SPHERO

With all of the excitement surrounding the new Star Wars movie "The Force Awakens” set to hit big screen in December, the merchandising blitz has began. One of the first official toys to break cover is this awesome BB8 droid by Sphero, an app-enabled robot that displays a range of expressions based on your interactions. The adorable little droid features a little magnetically-levitating head, and allows users to drive it around by simply tilting their phone or table...
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BIKE EXIF 2014 WALL CALENDAR

Bike EXIF, the premier showcase for custom motorcycles and cafe racers have made available  the 2014 edition of the famous Bike EXIF wall calendar. This year´s edition is larger than in the past, it measures a substantial 17 x 12 inches, and is beautifully illustrated with some of the coolest builds from renowned workshops such as Classified Moto, Wrenchmonkees, Rough Crafts and others. Available now from amazon. Available in Europe here...
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RECORD DISPLAY I

Record Display I is a beautifully handmade vinyl record display built with solid walnut, and with brass details, by Japanese furniture maker Kai Takeshima in Montreal, Canada. Finished with oil for a sleek look, the elegant display features six different compartments capable of holding approximately 290 records in total, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated....
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