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Fuut | Under-desk Foot Hammock

Looking for an office upgrade to make your long working ours more comfortable? Fuut is a foot rest that you attach to your desk, instantly providing a slacking mood when needed. The foot hammock is available in several colors and includes hanging ropes and a pair of clamps to secure it to your desk. It can easily be adjusted between two positions, "work" and "rest" mode.



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BOSTON HOME

Developed by Alan Christ Architects, this stunning 4,200 SF house in located in Bostonīs South End. It is an unique restoration of an existing building which was constructed in 1899, and at first appears to be two contrasting houses standing side by side due to its unusual facade treatment. The interior also suffered a complete reconstruction with emphasis on an industrial look, with materials that are strong and bare such as structural steel, raw concrete, unpainte...
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ZERO GRAVITY RACKS

Is all your gear taking up so much garage space that you canīt even park your car? The Zero Gravity Rack is a simple solution to free up more floor space, by lifting your gear off the ground and out of the way. The racks are designed with a gas strut system to compress air and minimize manual efforts to lift and store equipment. Many commuters will use a bicycle to get to and from their workplace in order to avoid traffic, but storing that bicycle in a small city ap...
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PARATY HOUSE BRASIL | BY MARCIO KOGAN

Marcio Kogan, Brazilian architect known for his elegant, calm, minimalist designs. The Paraty House, pictured here, is located on one of the hundreds of islands near the colonial town of Paraty, close to Rio de Janeiro. Before it was completed, Kogan predicted that it was to be his favourite house. Its simple premise is two large drawers pushed into the hill and connected by an internal staircase....
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