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Charles & Ray Eames Lounge Chair | By Vitro

The Lounge Chair is one of the most famous designs by Charles and Ray Eames. Created in 1956 it is now a classic in the history of modern furniture. The main goal of the Eames Lounge Chair was – and still is – to offer users maximum sitting comfort. Developed in cooperation with the Eames Office, Vitra now introduces a new interpretation of the Lounge Chair.




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THE CONTROL FREAK | Image

THE CONTROL FREAK

The Control Freak is an induction cooker/burner that, as clearly stated in its name, will get you in full control of the temperature you want to cook your food, to the precise degree. Full control from 86Ί to 482Ί, this temperature may be measured at the base of the pot/pan, or using a provided probe that you simply put inside of the pan, should you need more accuracy and control. It΄s very well built and quite sturdy, designed for those who take cooking seriously a...
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BICYCLE TOUR CAMPING TENT | Image

BICYCLE TOUR CAMPING TENT

The Bicycle Tour Camping Tent by NSR Riding is the shelter to buy should you sometimes get carried away while riding your bike on the open fields. This tent enables you to go the extra mile without worrying about where to sleep and keeping your bike safe, you sleep alongside it to get some company and peace of mind. It features a single skin ripstop mesh in order to keep it light, small and easy to carry, along with some aluminum poles to keep it safely in place on ...
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CHRISTIAN VIZL OCEAN PRINTS | Image

CHRISTIAN VIZL OCEAN PRINTS

Mexican photographer Christian Vizl captures the underwater world in never-before-seen ways. The award winning photographer conveys the poetry of light through his inspiring black and white, color, and macro underwater images. He says about his inspiring work "I dreamt about what lay beneath the waves, and how would it look if suddenly all the water vanished, leaving all the animals and living creatures in stasis. In this way, I could walk within the ocean and see t...
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