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Ceramic House | By Hector Ruiz-velazquez

Located in Madrid-Spain, this is an amazing attic space conversion of an early 20th Century building. It is a creation of Spanish Architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez, and he designed it as a three-dimensional object you can move arround at different heights going up and down freely across the numerous levels. Via Contemporist



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CHEF PANINI SPATULA

The smartly designed Chef Panini Spatula by Williams-Sonoma was created for carefully lifting freshly grilled panini and slicing the sandwiches for serving. No more burning your fingers when lifting your sandwich from the grill, and no more mess when cutting it!...
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WEEKEND RETREAT | TOKYO

This original weekend retreat is located in the woods just outside of Tokyo in Japan. The dreamy retreat was designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co, It features two main cabins that include a kitchen, bathroom and living area. Two yellow dome tents are used as year-round bedrooms. source...
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CARBON FLYER

Carbon Flyer is the ultimate tech toy, it is the world´s first all carbon fiber personal drone, controlled by Bluetooth on your smartphone, with an on-board video camera! Built from highly resistant carbon fibre, this thing is practically indestructible, and with an ultra-low drag delta-wing design, it delivers high speeds and superior control. The Carbon Flyer is controlled via an app on your iPhone or Android device from up to 80 yards line of sight, you steer by ...
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