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Console Bookshelf | By Funktional Furniture

Now this is something different, a bookshelf with a bench, a combination of recliner and bookshelf is an obvious combination for any dedicated booklover. Once relaxed into this curvaceous construction, all your reading material is within hands reach in the two sets of shelves that frame the piece like contemporary, all purpose bookends. Designed by Stanislav Katz.



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Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
WOBBLE CHESS SET | Image

WOBBLE CHESS SET

Designed by Adin Mumma, the Wobble Chess Set will add a little life and fun to the motionless game. The original design was inspired by the 70´s weeble toys, and each piece is reinterpreted with simple curves and a weighted dome base to allow for balance. The board is made from walnut and features concave squares that create a playful landscape. Also check out the crazy 3 Man Chess set...
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HOME SPA | BY JACUZZI SASHA | Image

HOME SPA | BY JACUZZI SASHA

Nothing like sasha existed before. A sauna, an emotional shower, a hammam in one space. Now it does: a new concept born from the encounter between the expertise and technology of Jacuzzi and the creativity and experience of architect and designer Alberto Apostoli. Today you can enjoy and share with others a real wellness centre at home, with a contemporary design,professional performances, ideal dimensions that are so compact as to fit in any environment....
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HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS

Called House V, this modern and eye-catching residential building was built by Jakob Bader Architects in Unterföhring, Germany. It´s simple and uncluttered but no less remarkable for its bright red color. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the house’s wide upper story cantilever which provides ample protection from the elements. This cantilever houses a large study and underneath it the main entry to the house and also a separate entry which is...
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