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LeJeune Residence

Designed by Architecture Open Forum, LeJeune Residence is a beautiful house located in the heart of the Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough of Montreal, Canada, one of the cityís most creative neighborhoods. Originally built back in 1890, the house was recently restored to perfection with a unique and contemporary minimalist style. The duplex house was transformed  into a single-family residence with open living spaces, flexibility in the use of rooms and an interior architecture that opened to an exterior garden. All furniture is tailored to the occupants needs with a simple but elegant taste.



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TEKIO MODULAR SHELVING

Portland-based Tanner Goods have presented the beautiful Tekio Modular System -  inspired by mid-century design aesthetics. Handmade at their Portland studio, this versatile system is meticulously crafted from quality hardwoods, high-grade aluminum and steel components manufactured in America. The Tekio range is offered in nine different configurations, from a simple bar cart to a 3-column shelving system, and is designed to adapt to your needs and space. A mod...
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SHIPPING CONTAINER HOMES

Trying to get on the property ladder but live in a place where home prices are ludicrous? These shipping container conversions by Honomobo can be a low-cost, efficient way to build a home. Using repurposed shipping containers, the Canadian company creates modern homes for single individuals and small families. Simply pick your location and choose from several sizes and configurations, these go from the HO2, a small 352 square foot house with an open plan, a full bat...
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Wall-Mounted Kindling Splitter

The ingenious Stikkan is a wall-mounted Norwegian wood splitter that mounts on the wall to make instant kindling so you donít have to go outside. The clever hand-tool is used to make kindling easily and safely, simply attach it to a wall beside a wood stove, fireplace or in a wood shed, place the log into one of the bracket notches, and lower the steel cutting wedge to produce a nearly effortless kindling supply. When not in use, an included safety ring slips over t...
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