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Amazing Houseboat

This astonishing project was conceived by German Architects Rost Niderehe. The boat lies in the middle of Hamburg and it is surrounded by the Eilbek-canal in Hamburg Germany. It has an area of 110 mē divided between the two levels also known as the upper deck and lower deck that host the living and working areas. It also features a 80mē terrace. Source



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SLIT BIKE RACK | BY MIKILI | Image

SLIT BIKE RACK | BY MIKILI

We have featured some cool and functional bike racks in the past, but none as simple and clean as this. The SLIT bike rack was designed by Mikili, a German brand that makes beautiful bicycle furniture. They develop bicycle racks that meet the highest standards of functionality, individuality, and design. SLIT features a technically sophisticated foldaway mechanism, when open becomes a stable holder for your prized possession, when folded it discreetly blen...
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IRON VAULT DESK

Another unique piece of furniture by Restoration Hardware, the Iron Vault Desk is inspired by the stalwart safes that were a fixture in the 20Th century jewelry shops and factory offices. The desk is made from steel sheet and is fitted with latching doors and heavy-duty industrial metal wheels, and has 3 drawers above 2 cabinets, each with 1 removable shelf. The downside, it weighs a whopping 360lbs. via Also check out our roundup "A Healthier Worksta...
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SKY PENTHOUSE | FIVE FRANKLIN PLACE | Image

SKY PENTHOUSE | FIVE FRANKLIN PLACE

The triplex penthouses of Five Franklin Place are graced with perfectly proportioned living rooms, floating stairways, and a silent glass cab elevator. These penthouses embody the kind of dramatic but embracing atmosphere one usually associates with the sets of memorable films that paint a fantasy picture of life in New York City. ...
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