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Axor Starck Shower | By Philippe Starck

Designed by renowned designer Philippe Starck, the Axor Shower Collection by German Brand Hansgrohe is one of his most remarkable works. The luxurious stainless steel shower, has a device that mixes air with water, providing a more powerful shower. You can adjust the water flow with many spray styles, uninterrupted flow, soft rain, or whole-body jet. Its versatility allows to transform the shower into a personal spa.



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LIFESTRAW STEEL

Lifestraw Steel is an award-winning personal water filter developed to ensure that wherever you are outdoors, you´ll be able to get life´s most important substance: water. With a double steel case and built like a fat straw with a special 2-stage filtration process, it features an activated carbon capsule which will remove bacteria, protozoa and reduces organic chemical matter and chlorine, letting the user drink water safely from contaminated water sources. It requ...
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2016 GIFTS FOR THE MIXOLOGIST

Today´s Holiday Gift Guide roundup is a list of products guaranteed to take any home bar to the next level. We all know a mixologist, beer lover, or a wine/cognac/whiskey connoisseur, so here is a cool list with some drink fanatic related gifts that cater to every man´s drinking style. Stay tuned over the next few days for more great gift ideas! Check out the full list of products here...
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OSCAR DESK | BY GIORGIO BONAGURO

The Oscar Desk by Giorgio Bonaguro for Valsecchi 1918 is an Architects dream table. Made from solid wood and soft leather, the stylish and versatile work desk is inspired by architects drawing boards(the desk takes its name from Oscar Niemeyer), and features three storage spaces created by suspended soft leather curves of different widths, for keeping drawings, notes, journals or, for the less traditionalists, their tablet. The desk was recently presented at th...
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