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3 Man Chess

Now here is something different, if you think 2 man chess is a challenge, we present to you 3 man chess! The unique game doesn´t compromise any of the rules, strategy, or fun of the conventional Chess game. All you have to do is follow some protocol issues to maintain order everytime the teams border each other. The complexities of the third player are infinite, a player can be checkmated by a combination of both other players or ultimately one player can checkmate both other players at the same time.



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VICTORIA 73 HOUSE | BY SAOTA | Image

VICTORIA 73 HOUSE | BY SAOTA

Another gem by one of our favorite Architecture studios. Victoria 73 is a stunning property designed by South African Architects SAOTA(Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). The house was designed for a family in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. The Architects created an environment so the family can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. The house is on a cliff, but protected from prevailing winds and enjoys spectacular sea views over Bantry Bay. Also check out...
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WATERVILLA | BY +31ARCHITECTS | Image

WATERVILLA | BY +31ARCHITECTS

Watervilla is a spectacular minimalist residence located on the river Amstel in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Designed by +31ARCHITECTS, the modern villa was commissioned by clients that wanted a residence in which the relationship between the living area and water would be maximized. The top floor composed by the living room and kitchen features a large glass facade with sliding doors that open to a floating terrace that is moored along the entire length of the villa, in...
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BABYBJORN CRADLE

We love minimal and practical design, the BabyBJorn Cradle is a beautifully designed cradle that is lightweight enough to be easily moved from room to room. The compact, cozy cradle features a spring suspension system that soothes your baby with soft rocking motions. Perfect for small apartments....
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