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Geelong House Melbourne | By Oftb

Sometime last year we featured the very popular transparent pool, by OFTB(Out from the blue), a team of landscape architects, horticulturists and in-house pool builders based in Melbourne, Australia. Another of their stunning creations is this design for a house in Melbourne.



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NATIONAL PARKS PRINT SERIES

The beautiful 59 Parks Print Series is a celebration of America’s National Parks. The whole collection features an outstanding mix of beautiful screen prints representing the unique beauty of all 59 National Parks. Every park has a screen printed poster made by artists like Daniel Danger, Landland, Erica Williams, Tom Whalen, Dan McCarthy and more. Each screen print may be available in various sizes or colors, depending on the artist who worked on it. Additionally 5...
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PHILIPS VIVA PASTA MAKER | Image

PHILIPS VIVA PASTA MAKER

Ever wish you could prepare healthier homemade pasta and noodles from scratch at home with ease? The Philips Viva Pasta Maker is a compact, fully automatic solution capable of making up to 400 g of fresh pasta and noodles in just 18 minutes! All you need to do is measure your ingredients (flour, eggs, and water) and add them to the pasta maker. Within minutes, fresh spaghetti, penne, or fettuccine begins extruding from the machine through one of three different cutt...
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ROTIMATIC | FLAT BREAD MAKER | Image

ROTIMATIC | FLAT BREAD MAKER

For those less familiar with Roti, it is a grilled flat bread, also known as Indian bread, and for centuries they have been made by hand, in a time consuming process. That was until the world´s first fully automatic Roti making appliance was born - meet Rotimatic, a kitchen appliance capable of making a delicious hot Roti in less than a minute! All you need to do is fill the separate chambers with water, flour, oil, and hit go. You can even choose the thickness and ...
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