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Deck Chair | By Bernhard Burkard

Clever, simple design by Swiss studio Bernhard Burkard. The minimal Curt Deck Chair has no back legs, it was designed to lean against a wall or rails in a flat angle like a ladder, it´s two diagonal legs with anti-slip coated feet assure the chair stays in place, making it perfectly safe and comfortable to sit. All you have to do is place your confidence in physics...

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MAGISSO TEACUP

Another great, practical way of drinking your tea. The Magisso Teacup cleverly streamlines brewing and drinking hot tea into one task. Designed by Laura Bougdanos, this ingenious little tilting teacup is very easy to use. Simply put loose tea in the strainer, fill with water and then tilt the cup the opposite direction....
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SPREADTHAT | HEATED BUTTER KNIFE

Recognized with the prestigious iF product design award 2014, the revolutionary SpreadTHAT is the answer to an annoying household problem - hardened butter from the refrigerator. The lightweight knife is the first self-warming butter knife to work without electricity, it features a cutting-edge design and is made from highly efficient thermal conductive titanium to transmit heat from your hand to the blade of the knife, making spreading hard butter a breeze. watch t...
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THAT HOUSE

"That House" is an award wining project by Australia´s Austin Maynard Architects. Located in a neighborhood in Melbourne, the unique house is formed by three large glass-ended boxes that open out to an expansive garden, as well as a series of courtyards and terraces. When the family need more privacy, blinds can be used to cover the glazing. The connections between spaces are adaptable and loose, with the front garden extending into the home and creating a bri...
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