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Bottoms Up Pet Dish

The Bottoms Up pet food dish is an elegant solution designed by Andrew Coslow, it takes on a fresh approach to your pups dinner time. Raised up off the ground 8.5 to aid digestion, the bowls can easily be clipped in and out of the wooden base for cleaning. If we get to have fine china, then your pup deserves to have something nice too.



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BACKYARD OFFICES | BY INOUTSIDE

Inoutside is an Australian company that specializes in pre-fabricated backyard offices. The way we work nowadays is changing, with more people choosing to work from home thanks to advances in computer and networking technology. The new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular, and "Inoutside" offer some small contemporary solutions that are perfect for a backyard office. The modern outdoor rooms are prefabricated and built using only natural gre...
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BETTERBACK

Look at yourself right now, how are you sitting? how is your back? and your neck? probably not to great, and that is because of bad posture whilst sitting down. BetterBack allows you to effortlessly sit in perfect posture, easing back pain, whilst training yourself how to sit. After a hugely successful Indiegogo campaign (raised over $1.6 Million), BetterBack is now available for purchase, the clever system makes every chair ergonomic, helping you build up your post...
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CHRISTCHURCH HOUSE

Located in Christchurch, New Zealand, this beautiful cedar-clad residence features four volumes of various sizes and proportions that each accommodate different functions. Set between them are a series of outdoor spaces designed to be used at different times of the day. Each of the four pavilions are connected by flat-roofed glass galleries, allowing large amounts of light in, and views to the courtyards out. Internally, the palette of materials was confined to natu...
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