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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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Vindome Interior
Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
Wellen Interior
London Sock Interior
Vaultskin Interior
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SILVER BIRD HOUSE

The spectacular Casa Pájaro de Plata (which translates to "Silver Bird House”) is a gorgeous house nestled amidst the Costa Rican jungle with stunning panoramic views of its lush natural surroundings. The private retreat was designed by Architect John Osborne of OS Arquitectura, and features distinctive, dynamic shapes to resemble a bird in flight. The striking structure has a simple shape and is built from a combination of natural stone with white marble and woo...
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FRONTIER PLUS PORTABLE STOVE

Frontier Plus Stove aims to be the next generation cast iron wood burning stove. It´s lightweight, portable, with mounting feet that you can dismantle, and has a flue system that you can use to heat and cook in a tent, a cabin, van or just plain outdoors. The included flashing kit enables you to install the flue system, quickly and safely, you get classic and effective warmth and sustainability because it uses the most ancient fuel on earth - wood. Th...
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FLOATING TREEHOUSE

This beautiful wooden treehouse is located in a forest in Mexico City, and is the perfect place to reconnect with nature. Designed by Talleresque, the Floating Treehouse is hidden in the middle of nature and perfectly integrated into the landscape. The luminous structure takes inspiration from the neighboring trees, it is anchored to the forest floor by several stilts similar to tree roots, and has a trunk-like exterior that rises vertically three stories, inviting ...
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