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Wine Cell Bottle Holder

Wine Cell by Danish design studio Fiduz, is a completely new and innovative way to store your wine bottles on a wall. You can place wine bottles suspended one by one, only your imagination limits how you wish to design formations or which pattern you want to create. WineCell comes in a package with 3 pieces, and is easy to mount.



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THE LEVEL

The Level is a motion platform that aims to reduce health issues derived from sedentary occupations. It´s true that our body was designed to move, it has a rich dynamic balance disabled by our modern way of life and work style, this way of life is far from being healthy and natural, we were not made to sit in the same place for hours…with that in mind the guys at Fluidstance thought of a way to move wile staying in the same place, an elegant platform made from ba...
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DD16 Floating Cabin

DD16 is a compact modular house designed for installation in tight spaces and extreme conditions. Developed by BIO Architects the small cabin includes a bathroom with a shower, a double bed, a dining table, and an open area where a wooden stove can be installed. The prefabricated house is quickly installed on the site of choice and can easily be transferred from place to place, you can even choose installation in the mountains or on the water using pontoons. The com...
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KODAK WORLDS LARGEST PUZZLE | Image

KODAK WORLDS LARGEST PUZZLE

It can be a challenge to fill all the additional time you are spending at home, without becoming a Netflix-streaming zombie. If you are finding it hard to keep entertained, maybe you need a new challenge. How about putting together a good, old-fashioned puzzle? Kodak has unveiled a real challenge, they have just launched the world´s largest puzzle with a total of 51,300 pieces! Yes, that should be enough to handle the lockdown - and probably the rest of 2020 too. S...
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