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Wardell Sagan Apartment

This original open-space living/work loft is the creation of two San Francisco art and travel addicts, Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan. They bought a 3,200 sq ft former Chinese laundry and restored it as a living space. They also wanted to include a home office and a guest bedroom without cluttering the space, so they came up with the idea of stacking two shipping containers on top of each other to create private space within the open-plan living area. source

Like the idea of living in a container? Check out the Container Houses by Adam Kalkin




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Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
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QUICKSTAND

QuickStand by Humanscale is the ultimate sit/stand solution for new and existing workstations, it allows the user to transform any fixed-height desk into an active one. QuickStand attaches to the back of any work surface, and can be easily adjusted by an innovative counterbalance mechanism that enables users with fixed-height computer desks to transition from sitting to standing positions with ease, making you stand more, sit less, and become healthier doing so. It ...
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THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS

"The Night You Left" is a set of four mirrored coasters, lined with digitally printed white powder reminiscent of cocaine lines. The coasters are by artist Nir Hod, he was inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings(currently in exhibition at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York). The edition will be available for sale at PK Shop from September 13, 2012....
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PINCH BIKE STAND | BY CLANK WORKS

Another clever and simple bicycle storage solution. The "Pinch stand" is hand crafted from bamboo wood and features a spring system available from itīs fabrication process, all you have to do is place the rear wheel in between the two halves of Pinch and it uses the weight of your bicycle to clamp it in position....
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