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Scooter Chair

Scooter Chair aims to please those who love the vintage look of the Italian iconic scooter made by Piaggio: the Vespa. Each piece uses original parts of the front chassis from the eighties model, the frame is in fact the back and seat of the chair itself, it has a leather imitation upholstery, a piston hydraulic system that lets you adjust its height, a swivel that allows you to easily turn your facing position, and soft tread spinning silent wheels. Scooter Chair is fully customizable, you may choose a wide variety of extras handmade at Bel&Bel with premium materials. A unique piece of contemporary design that is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.



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THAT HOUSE

"That House" is an award wining project by Australia´s Austin Maynard Architects. Located in a neighborhood in Melbourne, the unique house is formed by three large glass-ended boxes that open out to an expansive garden, as well as a series of courtyards and terraces. When the family need more privacy, blinds can be used to cover the glazing. The connections between spaces are adaptable and loose, with the front garden extending into the home and creating a brid...
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CUTTING BOARD WITH COLLAPSIBLE BIN

This genius Cutting Board by Progressive International features a clever and functional design worthy of the MoMA Store (and yes, it is available there).  The Collapsible Bin and Board is the perfect solution for your frustration when chopping away, no more food prep scraps getting in the way of your edible food! The board features non-skid feet to keep it in place, and a detachable scrap bin....
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CHARLOTTE PERRIAND BEACH HOUSE

Originally designed by modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 for an affordable getaway home competition, the small U-shaped beach house sketches didn’t leave the page. Until Louis Vuitton developed the beautiful project recently, by building the modern waterfront retreat (in the beach-side garden at The Raleigh Hotel on Miamis South Beach) using sketches and drawings almost eighty years after it was first conceived. The end result is this private hideaway a...
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