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House In Torres Vedras Portugal | By Pedro Gadanho

This is a very original house in Torres Vedras, Portugal. It was designed by Portuguese Architect Pedro Gadanho, all the details and bright colors applied are very unique. It has original objects scattered around, they are functional as well as aesthetic. The giant pill, for example, is the childrens bathroom. The house is composed of twelve environments spread across two floors. Check out the photos, definitely worth a look.



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MISTER TEA INFUSER

Another fun product by Fred & Friends. Mister Tea Infuser is the ideal tea-time companion, simply fill his little silicone pants with your favorite tea, perch him in your mug and let him do his work! Great gift idea. Other cool Fred & Friends Products: Hopside down beer glass Doomed Crystal Skull shot glass ...
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TABLEAIR

This is a really interesting product, a workdesk that moves up and down, adjusting the height according to your needs! Simply place your hand over the sensor indicating the distance you want, and it lifts automatically to match the height! It can elevate itself from 64cm, minimum, up to 130 cm. It also features a cool LED lighting on the side, that can shift itīs colors according to your mood, you can choose, red, blue, or any other from a range of eight options. Yo...
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MELT HOUSE

SAI Architecture Design Office have recently completed this family home in Osaka, Japan, that has perfectly incorporated both indoors and outdoors. This minimalist house interacts with the surrounding environment, and includes an abundance of greenery. At the center of the building is a courtyard that divides the north and south volumes of the home, it features a large tree and floor to ceiling windows, giving the family the opportunity to sit inside, but still have...
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