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Overflow Bathtubs | By Kasch

The Overflow bathtub series is designed in such a way that overflowing water is directed back into the tub which gives the bath the appearance of a natural waterhole. The concept resulted from the wish to combine the aesthetics of nature with the cultic character of bathing, and to give space to the element water in order to allow for all its possibilities.



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HERMAN MILLER SAYL CHAIR | Image

HERMAN MILLER SAYL CHAIR

Hernan Miller asked San Francisco designer Yves Béhar to design a a highly affordable chair with beautiful design, great ergonomics, elegant engineering and with respect for the environment. Inspired by the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco he created the "Sayl work Chair", with a frameless back with proprietary injection-molded material that provides lumbar and spine support, adapting to the shape of your body....
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WOODEN RULER HEIGHT CHART

The "Kids Rule" wooden ruler height chart is a handmade, personalized wooden growth chart, designed as a giant vintage wooden ruler by Lovestruck Interiors. The rulers are handmade to order and can be personalized with a name that is hand-stained and meticulously hand-stenciled. A stylish, vintage yet contemporary accessory, and a great addition to the kids bedroom. ...
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DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS | Image

DUPLEX APARTMENT IN NY WITH A SLIDE | BY TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS

This is something different, the Galfond Residence located in a recent multi-residential development, in the East Village of NYC, the owner approached Turett Collabortive Architects and requested something they had never seen before...combining two penthouse condos... with a helical slide! The half-tube stainless steel slide starts on the top floor near the office, and lands below near both the living and dining areas. ...
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