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Open/close Series | By Atocha Design

Atocha Design was started from a passion for both music and design, their speciality is making handcrafted, mid-century–inspired furniture for storing records, CDs, and audio components. The Open/Close Series references mid-century album storage and Hi-Fi style, but is updated for the needs of the twenty-first-century music lover, it features four soft-closing drawers for albums and two shelves for components, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated.



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PULP FICTION EXPLICIT TALKING FIGURES

Looking for that perfect gift for the Pulp Fiction fan in your life? Then look no further than these awesome 13” Talking Action Figures. Each figure is capable of speaking 7 phrases of profanity from the most memorable lines from Pulp Fiction, such as Vincent’s entire Royale With Cheese exchange. Each also features great facial detail, 14 points of articulation and character-specific accessories and clothing. watch the video below Available in Europe here...
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CONTEMPORARY GLOBES | BY ATMOSPHERE NEWWORLD | Image

CONTEMPORARY GLOBES | BY ATMOSPHERE NEWWORLD

Great collection of stylish and contemporary globes by Atmosphere Newworld. The globes are created for the ultimate viewing experience, the maps are designed individually and the globes are manufactured to perfection. A great addition for every home, cool decoration piece and essential for education....
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NICHADA HOUSES

"Two Houses at Nichada" is a stunning project by Alkhemist Architects. Located in a suburban gated community in Bangkok, Thailand, the project consists of two houses belonging to a pair of brothers but with different styles which reflect the character of each owner. They wish to live close to each other and spend some time together, however, they also wish to establish a private distance when needed. As a result, the two houses look appropriately similar on the firs...
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