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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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DOG HITCHING SYSTEM | Image

DOG HITCHING SYSTEM

Knot-a-Hitch by Ruffwear, is an interesting set of gear that will enable your dog to have some freedom around your camp without wandering off. It comprises of a 36 feet long reflecting kernmantle rope, a couple of climbing carabiners, like hooks, so you can easily strap your dogs’ leash to the rope and let it roam freely around the spot where you mount it. The tensioning system is also easy to set and will quickly get in place for your dog to enjoy nature in a safer...
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THE DUTCHTUB

The Dutchtub was invented and designed by Floris Schoonderbeek. He makes his work to inspire people to live the public outdoor space. One way is the wood fired hot tub which he calls, dutchtub. The dutchtub creates the opportunity to take a nice warm bath any in the world, as long there’s water and wood. Available now in the US at amazon...
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CLAW BIKE WALL MOUNT

The Gladiator Claw is an advanced bike storage system for both adult and child-sized bicycles, getting them off the floor and out of the way. The convenient and flexible storage solution is constructed of high-strength plastic and capable of holding bikes up to 50 lbs, simply use the push-lock mechanism to quickly hang or release a bicycle with one intuitive motion. Push up once to close the arms, push up again to open them and release the bicycle. ...
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