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Switch | Salt & Pepper Dispenser

We have featured some original salt & pepper shakers(Salt & Pepper Cell Shakers, Salt and Pepper Squeezers, Angel and a Devil Shakers), but this has to be the most original of them all. The Switch Salt and Pepper from Fred & Friends is a clever shaker, it works with a large toggle button on top, you can switch between salt or pepper. Fun idea, no batteries required.



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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC RESIDENCE | BY A-CERO ARCHITECTS | Image

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC RESIDENCE | BY A-CERO ARCHITECTS

Located in a dream location, more precisely in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic this project was designed by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres of the studio A-cero. The result is a stunning harmony between the idyllic landscape, and the simple and bright materials used both inside, and outside....
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CIRCULAR CALENDAR | Image

CIRCULAR CALENDAR

This beautiful and original wall calendar was designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The Circular Calendar is size A0 (33.11 x 46.81 inches) and lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hour...
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SUPADUPA SOFA | BY ALEXANDER LOTERSZTAIN | Image

SUPADUPA SOFA | BY ALEXANDER LOTERSZTAIN

Designed by Alexander Lotersztain, the Supadupa sofa consists of 3 modular units; corner, lounger and ottoman. Alexander sayas: "The units create a range of seating configurations. A simple wooden frame is covered by three layers of foam with various densities, with a hard foam base and final layer of foam chunks in a bean bag like format underneath the leather upholstery. The concept was to create a sofa with ‘bean bag’ qualities of comfort and casualness."...
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