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Kyudo Floor Lamp

The Kyudo floor lamp by Kundalini was designed by Hans and Franz in 2010. This contemporary floor lamp has an adjustable sliding track with a diffuser attached allowing you to adjust this lamp in many positions. The Kyudo is a steel structure with a glossy varnished paint, available in white, red , black or a chrome finish. The perfect alternative to suspended lighting and traditional floor lamps.



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KODIAK CANVAS SWAG TENT

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UNIQUE PROPERTY IN CHARLESTON FOR SALE

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THAT HOUSE

"That House" is an award wining project by Australiaīs Austin Maynard Architects. Located in a neighborhood in Melbourne, the unique house is formed by three large glass-ended boxes that open out to an expansive garden, as well as a series of courtyards and terraces. When the family need more privacy, blinds can be used to cover the glazing. The connections between spaces are adaptable and loose, with the front garden extending into the home and creating a brid...
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