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Go Chair

Go Chair is a bottle-sized portable chair! The ultra compact chair can be easily transported in your backpack, making it perfect for for adventurers, festivals, sports events and more. The chair can unfold instantly from the size of a water bottle, and it lets you sit 10 inches off the ground. It supports up to 300 lbs of weight while only weighing three pounds. Built in the USA using premium materials such as aircraft-grade aluminum and weatherproof ballistic nylon, the four-legged, tip-proof chair sets up with one hand, and keeps you high, dry and stable in any terrain. watch the video below.



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PODPAD

Podpad is an original and inventive solution for small apartments. The wall-mounted desk and storage unit opens to reveal a work desk, plus several shelves and compartments to store documents and other work related items. It also comes with space for your charging station and a wireless speaker. via Also check out our popular roundup on Office Pods...
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MONO LAMP

Created by designer Simon Forgacs, the Mono Lamp was born from his fascination with the famous TV test cards, appearing as colorful geometric shapes with vivid colors on his TV screen as a child. He was mesmerized by these light patterns, therefore, he wanted to capture their essence in a symbolic object, which led to the creation of the Mono Lamp series. Inspired by a now over 50 years old TV test card, the lamp is available in either color or greyscale versions, b...
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HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS

This spetacular vacation house was designed by Cadaval & Sola-Morales, the project seeks to recuperate the construction values of an old existing vernacular house which was made out of dry stone. Nestled into the mountainside on a former farm the building has windows along one side overlooking the valley and a tall window in the gabled end affording breathtaking views up the mountain....
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