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Travel Dominoes | By Walnut Studiolo

We’ve featured Walnut Studiolo before, they hand craft beautiful leather accessories for bike riders. They have since added an "on-the-go” collection to their range, including this Travel Dominoes set, designed to fit nicely in the hand while retaining the traditional domino ratios. Made from Baltic birch ply, each piece has been laser-cut with the appropriate domino pips (dots). Available either in a simple muslin bag or in a hand-finished and assembled Baltic birch and leather travel box that fits into handlebar bags, backpacks or even pockets.



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DEATH WISH COFFEE | WORLDS STRONGEST COFFEE | Image

DEATH WISH COFFEE | WORLDS STRONGEST COFFEE

Death Wish Coffee is some serious coffee, not for the week. Billed as the World´s strongest coffee, "Death Wish" is the most highly caffeinated premium dark roast organic coffee available. It is made with coffee beans that have 200% the amount of caffeine as your typical coffee shop coffee, giving you double the buzz. Available now at amazon....
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INDOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. The beautiful Indoor Table is made from vintage exterior doors in solid Chestnut wood from 1800s. When opened, its a study desk with iron pockets, a wooden static drawer, a big sliding one and a movable iron tray. The drawer and the iron tray slide in both directions and can be used as an additional open surface to put things on. When...
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WATERTOWER HOME | BY ZECC ARCHITECTS | Image

WATERTOWER HOME | BY ZECC ARCHITECTS

Located in Soest, Netherlands, the Watertower is a one of a kind residence. It´s a old industrial watertower (which dates from 1931) converted in to a house with 9 floors! This ambitious project was developed by Zecc Architects, they encountered many challenges like: maintaining the interior’s industrial characteristics, letting more daylight in and ensuring an effective, efficient layout....
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