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Stunning Rental Villa In South Africa

Designed by Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects (SAOTA), this villa named "First Crescent" is a stunning minimalist home commanding a 270 degree view of Lions Head, Campus Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The living spaces are highly transparent to take full advantage of the views. This breathtaking villa can be rented for $1,500 to $5,000 per day, depending on the season.



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ROLL-UP BOARD GAMES

Designed in Germany by backpacker specialists Sondergut, these Hand-sewn genuine leather game boards are perfect for traveling. You can choose from the Roll-Up Chess Game, or the Roll-Up Backgammon Game, both sets include all the play stones you need for action, and when finished, simply store the pieces neatly into the zippered pocket for safe and reliable storage. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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JM & SONS

JM & Sons are furniture crafters from Toronto, Canada. Each of their minimal creations is built by hand with locally sourced, reclaimed wood and raw metals, they strive to make sure each piece retains a bit of that natural ruggedness. Check out their website for the full collection, they also have a new line of stylish accessories, including wallets, aprons and key chains....
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REMEMBERENCE COFFEE TABLE | BY MITCH STEINMETZ | Image

REMEMBERENCE COFFEE TABLE | BY MITCH STEINMETZ

Very cool table, who better to describe it than itīs designer Mitch Steinmetz: The coffee table is the center of any living room: a place for conversation, gathering, and storage. The photo album preserves memories, giving life to past events and emotions. Remembrance combines the social interaction of family gatherings with the nostalgia and enjoyment of remembering the past. Instead of acting as a liaison between the user and their entertainment, Remembrance becom...
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