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Jack Puzzle

This great looking 3D puzzle looks a lot easier than it actually is. The Jack Puzzle by Craighill is compromised of six notched brass bars that interlock in one and only specific way, but be forewarned, if you take it apart, you might not be able to figure out how to put it back together. Rest assured though, assembly instructions are included just in case. Precision milled by a skilled machinist in Massachusetts, the elegant piece is a desk object, a paperweight, and a true distraction.

Pick it up from Cool Material or from Amazon




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MINIMALIST AQUARIUMS | BY BIORB | Image

MINIMALIST AQUARIUMS | BY BIORB

These aquariums by "Biorb" are very different from anything else on the market, the model featured here is the "biOrb Life Portrait 60L", it features the unique advanced slim line Intelligent LED Light that provides an automatic 24 hour lighting cycle, including a natural gradual sunrise, sunset and blue moonlight. This sophisticated lighting system provides a healthier environment for the fish and fascinating night-time viewing for the owner....
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House for a Photographer

FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects have designed the ultimate minimalist dream house for a Japanese photographer. Located in Shiga, Japan, "House for a Photographer” is a minimalist architecture project used as a residence, atelier and a gallery of a photographer. The building is made of mortar and galvanized steel sheet which reflects dull light, making it look massive, and is laid out to be accommodated within the L-shaped lot, standing facing the shrine on the opposi...
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BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI | Image

BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI

Kibisi, a danish Company from Copenhagen us teamed up with Danish upholstery company Versus to create this original sofa. This sofa is part of a line called Brick series, it consists of a pouf, a chair and two and three seater sofas. Bjarke Ingels of KiBiSi says: "the Brick explores the tectonic of bricklaying to stack sandbag like cushions into architecture for comfort.”...
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