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Little Nest | Hanging Felt Cradle

Little Nest is a beautifully designed cradle inspired by a baby’s experience in the womb, it lets babies enjoy gentle care very similar to what they experienced prior to their birth, providing the most natural conditions for sleeping. Handcrafted out of a single piece of Merino wool, and using only 100 per cent natural materials, the cradle features a  leather strap suspension system that ensures that the baby is safely cradled, and reacts gently to every move or wiggle by a baby, gentle swaying and comforting a restless child.



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NEVERWET LIQUID REPELLANT | Image

NEVERWET LIQUID REPELLANT

First presented in the second half of 2011, the innovative waterproof coating NeverWet is finally available. NeverWet coating completely repels water and heavy oils, it will be sold under the name of popular American brand Rust-Oleum, which is known for its wide range of aerosol paints for different types of surfaces. NeverWet consists of two spray cans, one is a base layer (NeverWet Base Coat) the second a finishing layer (NeverWet Top Coat). For complete waterproo...
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KODAMA ZOMES

Kodama Zomes are suspending pods that may swing providing a therapeutic pendulum effect enhancing relaxation and soothing your body and soul, with proven calming medical effects. Made from marine grade stainless steel and covered by outdoor grade polyester, these giant structures are a great combo of art and engineering, designed and developed by a structural engineer. You can make them a love seat, a sofa or even a bed, choose from different colors and pillow combi...
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HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS

This spetacular vacation house was designed by Cadaval & Sola-Morales, the project seeks to recuperate the construction values of an old existing vernacular house which was made out of dry stone. Nestled into the mountainside on a former farm the building has windows along one side overlooking the valley and a tall window in the gabled end affording breathtaking views up the mountain....
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