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Loop Tea Strainer | By Kinto

The Loop Tea Strainer is a multiple award winning design by Kinto, it revisits the traditional strainer and has a contemporary flair to it. The minimalist strainer allows you to scoop the tea without the use of a teaspoon, simply fill it up with your favorite tea, slide it close and place it in a cup with hot water. It also includes a convenient stand for resting the strainer and avoiding drips on the table.

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HOUSE IN TORRES VEDRAS PORTUGAL | BY PEDRO GADANHO | Image

HOUSE IN TORRES VEDRAS PORTUGAL | BY PEDRO GADANHO

This is a very original house in Torres Vedras, Portugal. It was designed by Portuguese Architect Pedro Gadanho, all the details and bright colors applied are very unique. It has original objects scattered around, they are functional as well as aesthetic. The giant pill, for example, is the childrens bathroom. The house is composed of twelve environments spread across two floors. Check out the photos, definitely worth a look....
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FLOATING HOUSE | BY MOS ARCHITECTS | Image

FLOATING HOUSE | BY MOS ARCHITECTS

Less is more, MOS Office translated into architecture all the simplicity of a landscape with trees, rocks and a huge frozen lake. Built on the icy waters of Lake Huron, in Pointe au Baril city in Ontario, Canada, is the Floating House, it demands more pictures than words. Made entirely of wood - as a continuation of the deck that connects to the nearby cliff - the residence floats on a steel frame sized to guarantee stability in the different water levels....
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PORTAGE BAY HOUSE

Developed by Heliotrope Architects, this stunning loft-like house was designed for a bachelor who values privacy. It sits on the waterfront in Seattle, Washington, and is fronted by an unassuming entryway marked only by a garage and wood front door. Protective shells of zinc and aluminum on the exterior echo the maritime industrial sheds littered throughout Seattle, whilst floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light and offer a pristine view of Portage B...
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