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1950 Leather Compenhagen Chair | By Restoration Hardware

A fresh and exquisite reproduction of modern Danish design of the 1950s.Wrapped in supple, hand-distressed leather for vintage appeal, swivels 360 degrees and invites reading or viewing within its cozy confines. Poised on a brushed aluminum base, dimensions: 34"W x 31"D x 45"H.



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ECOCAPSULE

Over the years we have showcased several houses, retreats, weekend cabins, and pods, places to escape hectic city life and reconnect with nature. Our latest discovery was developed by Nice Architects, a self-sustaining portable house appropriately named Ecocapsule. The ecological pod, is equipped with a built-in wind turbine, roof-mounted solar panels, and a high-capacity battery, these off-grid capabilities allow you and a guest to enjoy the convenience of househol...
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THE CASA SON VIDA | PALMA DE MALLORCA SPAIN

Casa Son Vida a long-term project involving the Marcel Wanders Studio, Los Angeles and Switzerland-based Tec Arquitecture and developers Cosmopolitan Estates. This luxurious crib was inspired by a 1960’s Mediterranean villa although the design looks pretty futuristic. Located in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, the Casa Son Vida is the first of six world-class luxury villas planned on the island by Cosmopolitan Estates....
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EVEL KNIEVEL STUNT CYCLE

One of the most lusted after toys of the 1970s was the legendary Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle, and now it is back in production! The nostalgic toy consists of a wind-up motorcycle with an articulated action figure of the legendary stuntman that you can mount on the bike in a variety of poses. Then, to operate, simply  wind it up, and release it to send Evel shooting forwards and up over whatever ramp you have constructed in front of him. After all, watching a wind-...
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