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Buster + Punch Furniture Hardware

British design label Buster + Punch make extraordinary items for everyday use, we are big fans of their gorgeous LED bulbs and matching Heavy Metal Pendants. They have now added a collection of solid metal kitchen handles, cabinet pulls, door handles and accessories with their usual classy industrial look. Every piece is built from rare and solid metal and finished with their signature, diamond-cut, knurling pattern to feel amazing with every touch.



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THE FLOYD SHELF

The same guys behind the popular Floyd Leg have now presented the Floyd Shelf. The principle is very similar, turn any plank of wood laying around at home or at the office, and turn it into a useful shelf. Simply securely mount the brackets to the wall and clamp your desired piece of flat wood to create one cool, rustic looking shelf. Available in a choice of white, black or red....
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CUPOLA FIREPLACE | BY VAUNI | Image

CUPOLA FIREPLACE | BY VAUNI

The Vauni Cupola is a wall-mounted fireplace that clearly carries the Vauni identity. Its hemispherical shape expresses a dynamic, pioneering design. Cupola is as easily installed as a flat-screen TV. Hence, the possibilities of decorating with fire are endless....
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NOLAN HOUSE

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the spectacular Nolan House is a project by Coy Yiontis Architects whom have created a beautiful light filled open space. The original heritage home is broken then reunified by the introduction of 3 courtyards of varying sizes allowing complete transparency across the site. The inside and outside of the house are merged through the use of sliding glazed panels and continuity of building materials, giving the impression of one large c...
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