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Line Bar | By Nathan Yong

The Line Bar is a wine cellar designed by Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, inspired furniture and radios from the 1960s. This cabinet combines modern design with smooth functionality. It features two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles.



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CLOCKTOWER PENTHOUSE APARTMENT | BROOKLYN | Image

CLOCKTOWER PENTHOUSE APARTMENT | BROOKLYN

A striking triplex penthouse apartment in a clock tower overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor has gone on the market for $25 million.The main floor of the sleek modern apartment is dominated by four working clocks housed in four 14-foot-high round windows, which provide nearly unobstructed views (except for the clock faces) out to the four points of the compass. ...
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OTTO FAN

Otto is an adjustable industrial fan, a wooden fan with a contemporary style. Designed by Carlo Borer for Swiss company Stadler Form the Otto Fan has a wonderful retro design with a superb bended and oiled wooden ring made of African sapele wood. The fan is very powerful but is whisper quiet, it has 3 speed settings and is adjustable in height....
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TABLEAIR

This is a really interesting product, a workdesk that moves up and down, adjusting the height according to your needs! Simply place your hand over the sensor indicating the distance you want, and it lifts automatically to match the height! It can elevate itself from 64cm, minimum, up to 130 cm. It also features a cool LED lighting on the side, that can shift itīs colors according to your mood, you can choose, red, blue, or any other from a range of eight options. Yo...
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