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Gravity Balans Chair

The Gravity Balans chair was designed by Peter Opsvik for Varier Furniture. Has the name suggests, you can float free of gravity and experience the ultimate power nap. Fully reclined, the Gravity balans elevates your legs above your heart, and rocks gently to the rhythm of your breathing, so you experience a liberating sense of weightlessness. Spine and neck are fully supported while your body enjoys total relaxation.



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Huckberry Interior
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MINIM DUAL WORKSTATION

Uhuru Contract is a Brooklyn-based startup, they make timeless, high-quality furniture. Their latest product is this cool dual workstation named Minim Rise, a desk with the unique ability to integrate both fixed height and sit/stand workstations into one system. The Minim Rise is outfitted with a powerful electronic lift system thats  built right into the sturdy steel base so itís hidden away from view. There are also plenty of power plugs, usb, HDM...
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PIN CITY WALL MAPS

Pin City Wall Maps are a contemporary take on the classic push pin maps. Designed by Alessandro Maffioletti and Emanuele Pizzolorusso, the maps are printed on flexible felt panel, and can be used to pin your favorite spots in the city. You can choose from some of the most important cities, London, New York, Paris, Amsterdam or Berlin, a World Map is also available. Every map is available in black or blue and contains 15 pins(extra pins available for purchase). ...
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NOLAN HOUSE

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the spectacular Nolan House is a project by Coy Yiontis Architects whom have created a beautiful light filled open space. The original heritage home is broken then reunified by the introduction of 3 courtyards of varying sizes allowing complete transparency across the site. The inside and outside of the house are merged through the use of sliding glazed panels and continuity of building materials, giving the impression of one large c...
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