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The Bookseat

This clever idea was first showcased at the 2008 Toronto design Show, it was originaly created by Fishbol design Atelier and after great aceptance from the public is currently going trough some minor updates by "fistnk" and will be sold by 2011. Dimensions: 600x920x843 mm.



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JAPANESE AXES | BY BEST MADE

Hand crafted by some of the finest smiths in Japan, these Japanese Axes were exclusively manufactured for Best Made. The precision cutting tools deliver unparalleled speed and efficiency, they have a stunningly meticulous fit and finish, and each embodies a classic Japanese pattern. The handles are made from Japanese white oak, and are scorched, protecting them from rot, insects, and weather. Three styles are available to choose from....
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ARIA DESK | BY HERMAN MILLER | Image

ARIA DESK | BY HERMAN MILLER

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Sound Reactive LED Mask

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