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Domino Loft

Domino Loft is a brilliant solution, a custom designed and pre-fabricated, multi-functional space, for a small condo in San Francisco, California. Designed by Peter Suen and Charles Irby, the multi-functional loft transforms a small condo into a dynamic space, it features details such as a dry-erase board wall, a small dining table that doubles as a desk, a hidden closet, and a fold out murphy bed. Access to the upper bed is via a ladder that also moves to provide access to hidden storage space. All of the concrete panels, wood slates, metal work and custom cabinetry were pre-fabricated by Icosa Designs in Oakland.



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FATHERS DAY | GIFT IDEAS

With Fatherīs Day around the corner, we rounded up some great gift ideas for the "old man". We have picked a variety of stuff, from gifts for the drink connoisseur, for the DIY master, for the grill fanatic, and for the gadget lover. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Product details after the jump....
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MINIM DUAL WORKSTATION

Uhuru Contract is a Brooklyn-based startup, they make timeless, high-quality furniture. Their latest product is this cool dual workstation named Minim Rise, a desk with the unique ability to integrate both fixed height and sit/stand workstations into one system. The Minim Rise is outfitted with a powerful electronic lift system thats  built right into the sturdy steel base so it’s hidden away from view. There are also plenty of power plugs, usb, HDM...
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MINI MUSEUM THIRD EDITION

Now in its third edition the Mini Museum lets you adorn your desk with a collection of rarities for a fraction of the price it would cost for any individual piece. Encased in a transparent Lucite acrylic block, this desktop museum, carefully presents an assortment of 29 rare and unusual objects ranging from recent, to ones billions of years old. The specimens range from a piece of a Steve Jobs turtleneck, a piece of a 14th century samurai sword, 4.5 billion year old...
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