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Inheritance Collection | By Stephen Kenn

LA-based designer Stephen Kenn created this unique furniture collection using repurposed military fabrics. The Inheritance Collection features rugged pieces that are long lasting and have a very utilitarian aesthetic, they are crafted from welded steel frames and feature a supportive structure created by simply weaving strapping through the frame and attaching it with leather belts. Perfect for a bachelor pad. Check out the wonderful video explaining the concept.



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LINE BAR | BY NATHAN YONG

The Line Bar is a wine cellar designed by Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, inspired furniture and radios from the 1960s. This cabinet combines modern design with smooth functionality. It features two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles....
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EXTEND A STEP | TELESCOPING LADDER | Image

EXTEND A STEP | TELESCOPING LADDER

We are in storage mode again... after recently showing you the very clever Notebook Grill (folding, portable charcoal grill) and the Fold-It Utility Cart (a heavy duty folding cart that allows for easy storage) we now show you the clever Extend a Step, a 12.5 Ft. Telescoping Ladder! The heavy duty ladder is made of aircraft quality aluminum and features a compact, lightweight design. Extend a Step measures 2.5 feet when closed and telescopes to a mighty 12.5 feet wh...
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CONCRETE SUMMER HOUSE

Designed by Argentinean architect Luciano Kruk, the Concrete Summer House is a distinctly modern structure, but looks perfectly at home in the wooded area of a beautiful natural space located in northern Argentina. Located among pine trees in the seaside resort of Mar Azul near Buenos Aires, the H3 House is built using concrete to create a rugged appearance and to reduce maintenance, but also to draw a connection between the house and its wooded setting. It features...
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