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Herman Miller Sayl Chair

Hernan Miller asked San Francisco designer Yves Béhar to design a a highly affordable chair with beautiful design, great ergonomics, elegant engineering and with respect for the environment. Inspired by the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco he created the "Sayl work Chair", with a frameless back with proprietary injection-molded material that provides lumbar and spine support, adapting to the shape of your body.



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LITTLEBITS

Littlebits is a new electronic building toy for kids, it brings the simplicity of the classic building block to the world of electronics, making science/technology fun and accessible. Littlebits lets kids turn technology inside out. Color-coded electronic Bits modules snap together with magnets to form simple circuits, creating the foundation for young inventors to build anything they can dream of - like an "annoying sibling alarm”, glow-in-the-dark puppets, a bubbl...
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BACKYARD ROOM

If you´ve ever wanted to ditch the commute and work from home but the site of the kitchen table day in day out doesn´t appeal, the Backyard Room might be the solution you´re after. The cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, and advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to traveling to an office everyday. The Backyard Room, is a collection of architecturally design...
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PEEL WALL LIGHT | BY YOY

Peel is a wall light that looks as if a corner of a wall were peeling and light was leaking therefrom. The clever design, created by YOY, a Tokyo based design studio, is held in place by a wall-mounted steel bracket and covered with a magnetic fabric diffuser. OLED is used to make the light source as thin as possible. Great idea and clever execution....
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