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Moon Pod

Moon Pod is the beanbag reinvented. Moon Pod is a premium lightweight beanbag engineered to deliver a feeling of zero-gravity weightlessness in any position. Like a memory foam mattress, the Moon Pod contours to your body, redistributes weight away from pressure points, and allows the bead filling to cushion your joints. When used as a chair or recliner, the unique shape provides ample back support and strain relief that you can´t get from a sofa or easy chair. It is lightweight and the outer membrane is made from a unique material which encapsulates thousands of high-friction microbeads that react and respond to every inch of your body. 



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CLEVER SOFA BED SYSTEM | BY DIE COLLECTION | Image

CLEVER SOFA BED SYSTEM | BY DIE COLLECTION

This is clever, VENTO is a versatile, compact corner group sofa with a sleep option. With a smooth transfiguration mechanism it´s instantly transformed from a spacious corner suite sofa to a comfortable double bed....
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TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION | Image

TRANSPARENT POOL | BY OFTB SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION

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SWAY ROCKING CHAIR | BY MARKUS KRAUSS | Image

SWAY ROCKING CHAIR | BY MARKUS KRAUSS

This is awesome, a rocking chair big enough for two. Designed by Markus Strauss, this beautiful piece of furniture is a rocking chair with a padded seat and a steel frame strong enough to hold two comfortably. It features a telescope mechanism that locks the Sway so it can be used as a chair. Via our friends at gessato blog...
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