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RH Vintage Industrial Foosball Table

Foosball is one of the oldest table games, invented in the early 1900s, and this finely crafted foosball table exudes a vintage industrial aesthetic that we love, making this one of a kind piece a must have for your game room. The handsome tabletop pitch is finely crafted of natural volcanic basalt set in a reclaimed hardwood case and mounted atop sturdy cast iron legs, making this table a charming addition to any room in your home. The table features solid steel player rods and wooden handles along with gold and silver players. Metal abacus style scorers makes keeping score simple. Another great vintage-style product by Restoration Hardware.



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BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA | Image

BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA

The Barrancas House is our latest house crush, situated in Mexico City, Mexico, this stunning residence was originally built in the seventies, but has recently been redesigned by Architect Ezequiel Farca. The challenge was to create a house that through different multifunctional spaces could generate a feeling of expectation and surprise. The structure, completely surrounded by nature, takes advantage of the large floor to ceiling windows to enhance the natural shap...
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GIFT GUIDE 2015 | LEGO FANATIC | Image

GIFT GUIDE 2015 | LEGO FANATIC

In today´s Holiday Gift guide addition we have put together a fun list of Lego products that will surprise even the Lego Fanatic in your family. A creative classic building set is always a treat, but if you want to find something a bit out of the ordinary, we have a list of LEGO gifts that is perfect!...
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HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS

Called House V, this modern and eye-catching residential building was built by Jakob Bader Architects in Unterföhring, Germany. It´s simple and uncluttered but no less remarkable for its bright red color. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the house’s wide upper story cantilever which provides ample protection from the elements. This cantilever houses a large study and underneath it the main entry to the house and also a separate entry whic...
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