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Dutch Mountain | By Denieuwegeneratie

Buried beneath a mound of earth at a Dutch nature reserve is a woodland villa called Dutch Mountain designed by Amsterdam design studio Denieuwegeneratie. Only half the house is visible, the other half cuts trough a hill, this both camouflages and uses the earth as thermal insulation. The house as many original features, and is full of surprises, notable features are the vintage Jaguar transformed into a bookshelf, a teapot chandelier and skateboards used as staircase steps.



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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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SKATE MIRROR

The Skate Mirror is made from stainless steel and mirrored glass, as well as genuine skate trucks. It comes with a pack of skate stickers to customize the front. Hang it vertically or horizontally or simply prop it up in the corner of the room, do any of these things but please don’t skate on it, after all it is a Skateboard Mirror not a mirror skateboard, a very important difference! You can get it in Europe here...
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A MOVIE POSTER A DAY

"A Movie Poster a Day” is a stunning collection of art prints by Craft & Graft. The posters are designed by Australian Graphic artist Peter Majarich, he is undertaking a creative challenge of designing a movie poster a day, hes vowed to do one everyday for 365 days. You can follow his progress and check out more of his work on his Instagram, or purchase the prints from his Society6 shop Craft and Graft....
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