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Disco Chair | By Kiwi & Pom

This chair was created by Kiwi&Pom for Walppaper Magazine, for our dismay it is a concept chair. This illuminated furniture concept is made of 200 meters of electroluminescent wire, it transforms itself into a neon rainbow when powered. The chair shines in a rainbow of color, and can be switched to a flash/pulse mode for a disco-style lighting effect.



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MVS CHAISE | BY VITRA | Image

MVS CHAISE | BY VITRA

MVS Chaise by Vitra is the ultimate power nap chair, perfect for a rejuvenating rest or quick nap. At first glance the recliner looks like a sculptural object, but its comfort becomes immediately apparent upon use. The resilient material conforms to the body and is exceptionally soft and elastic. The frames construction makes it easy for users to shift their weight from a sitting to a reclining position. Other great alternatives are: the Sway Rocking Chair a...
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QLOCKTWO | BIEGERT & FUNK

This is QLOCKTWO, the fourth dimension squared. A clock that tells time in words. It has a quadratic matrix of letters, some of the letters are illuminated. The time is displayed as text in five minute intervals. If you need to have a more exact time, look in the corner at the illuminated dots. QLOCKTWO has a brightness sensor; with its help the illuminating power of the letters is automatically adjusted....
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SHIFTPOD

If you were at the Burning Man festival this year, you most likely saw one of these shelters. Shiftpods are a popular choice for festivals thanks to their ease-of-use, dust-proof skin and heat reflectivity. They are crafted with a patented six-layer composite reflective "Dark Out" fabric that is built to withstand the elements, retains heat more efficiently and also works well in diluting outside noise. Designed by Advanced Shelter Systems, the Shiftpod can be set u...
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