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Grid House In Brasil | By Forte Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Architects

The Grid House is a residence by Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Architects and it is located close to São Paulo,Brazil.Three main issues have guided the project conception: the demand for a single-story house, the wish to establish a direct relationship with the land and nature and also the need to provide privacy to the members of the family, with the main area located in one single building.



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SALT & PEPPER SQUEEZERS | Image

SALT & PEPPER SQUEEZERS

These Salt and Pepper Squeezers by Flip & Tumble are kind of like a dinnertime stress ball, they are a fun and modern alternative to the traditional salt and pepper shaker. The flexible silicone balls are a fun way to dispense seasoning, once you´re finished, just roll to pass them along!...
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UMA Sound Lantern

The stylish UMA Sound Lantern combines a couple of elements that cause great impact on your mood and environment: light and sound. This multiple award winning lamp/speaker is more than the mere sum of its features. First of all it is beautiful just to look at, it will look good and upgrade aesthetics wherever you set it on, second: it’s also very well built so it oozes a quality feel, all of its parts fit tightly together seamlessly. The sound is really good, ther...
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EVEL KNIEVEL STUNT CYCLE | Image

EVEL KNIEVEL STUNT CYCLE

One of the most lusted after toys of the 1970s was the legendary Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle, and now it is back in production! The nostalgic toy consists of a wind-up motorcycle with an articulated action figure of the legendary stuntman that you can mount on the bike in a variety of poses. Then, to operate, simply  wind it up, and release it to send Evel shooting forwards and up over whatever ramp you have constructed in front of him. After all, watching a wind-...
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