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Focal Locus Seat

The award-winning Focal Locus Seat is a unique and hybrid seating solution, giving you the perfect balance between sitting and standing. The ergonomic seat challenges you to stay in an active seating posture, it maintains your spine in its natural alignment, significantly reducing tension in your lower back, neck and shoulders. It also helps with your circulation and reduces leg discomfort and swelling that occurs when sitting in a traditional office chair. watch the video of the Locus in action

Also by Focal, check out Mogo, the portable upright seat




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SYROS SUMMER HOUSE

This stunning Mediterranean house is located on the Greek island of Syros. Designed by Block722 (an architecture and interior design studio based in Athens, Greece) this summer house was adapted to the steep, dramatic topography and is positioned to maximize the view of the breathtaking Plagia bay. The house and four separate guesthouses that offer the perfect retreat space for the owners and their friends, with open outdoor areas, open plan rooms, large...
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QUIP TOOTHBRUSH

When was the last time your brush bristles were refreshed? quip is the electric toothbrush designed and delivered for the modern mouth/life. Timed vibrating bristles guide better brushing, a nifty travel case doubles as a wireless mirror mount, and fresh brush heads are delivered for $5 every 3 months....
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GLIDER | SHELTER & RAIN RETENTION SYSTEM

Remember the popular Kammock? (a light-weight camping hammock designed to comfortably sleep one person), now the same guys have launched a new product, the Glider - the first portable shelter with a fully integrated rainwater retention system. The design was inspired by the shape of the sugar glider flying squirrel, the six catenary curves form natural rain gutters, and at the base of the feet there are funnels enabling the attachment of water bottles to collect rai...
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