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Playing Arts

From the two of clubs to the ace of spades, each card in this beautiful deck has been individually designed by one of the 55 chosen international artists in their distinct style and technique. The idea of the Playing Arts project was to create a deck of unique playing poker cards, each one designed by the most talented designers and illustrators from all over the world, using their own individual style and technique. The end result is nothing short of spectacular.



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MEGA BULB | BY SOFIE REFER | Image

MEGA BULB | BY SOFIE REFER

Mega Bulb is a classic glass pendant light, a piece created by designer Sofie Refer. Using the shape of the first electric lamps, the lamp bulb is handcrafted and imperfections in the glass create unique objects. Minimalist, functional with Scandinavian classicism, the Mega Bulb is a timeless piece of design, being a perfect companion for the kitchen chef or lighting large rooms and spaces. It has won numerous awards like the "GOOD DESIGN award" and "Wallpaper Desig...
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SKATE CHAIR

This chair is only made by order, made from hot rolled steel round bar, it is hand forged and welded. The fittings are machined steel and stainless steel with rubber bushings allowing the seat and back to change position as you to move arround the chair. Two people can fit on the chair easily and comfortably....
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BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS | Image

BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS

Part office/studio, part recreational getaway, this unique project is located at the base of a large pine tree in the backyard of a  canyon residence.  The client is an artist and lover of nature so the Banyon Drive Treehouse, perched twelve feet off the ground, will serve as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities.Project Size: 170 s.f.  Rockefeller Architects...
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