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Anisha Lamp | By Foscarini

The Anisha Lamp by Italian design studio Foscarini is not just a lamp, but a surprising, personal object you will fall in love with at first sight. Anisha has a fluid and enveloping frame, a dynamic irregular ellipse. It features a ouch switch that is also integrated in its shape and responds to the simple touch of a finger. With its minimal bulk, the lamp looks amazing both on and off. Available in two sizes and two colors, white and red. Watch the video.



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QUEST HOUSE

Located in the English countryside, the Quest House is a spectacular minimalist residence designed by Strom Architects. Built in a picturesque wooded site near the coastal town of Swanage in Dorset, the single-storey residence cantilevers over the retaining wall to protect a sunken parking spot for the owners´ vintage Aston Martin DBS 1968. The concrete structure is beautifully in-filled with simple timber dry-lining, leaving the concrete frame visible external...
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KERAMIKUS CERAMIC KNIVES | Image

KERAMIKUS CERAMIC KNIVES

Keramikus Kitchen Knives are a set made from special black ceramic zirconian dioxide materials that won´t oxidize, rust or disseminate bacteria. The black color derives from the fact that they stay longer in furnaces, which makes them also harder than their white ceramic competitors. The grips have faceted handles that contribute for easier handling and give them a minimal, industrial, modern and super cool look. Designed and developed by Art. Lebedev Studio, to mak...
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SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL

It is hard to imagine a better environment to build a shelter connected with nature. On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. Designer and creator of recycled furniture Pequenina Rodrigues, fell in love with the natural beauty of the surroundings and without hesitation, designed this divine shelter. The structure of the house is divided into four traditional fishing huts. In the main hut lies the living room...
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