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Stacking Shelf Container | By Snow Peak

The Stacking Shelf Container by Snow Peak is a rugged, versatile container that can store just about anything. The containers feature a heavy duty design that provides 50 liters of carrying space, and can hold up to 20kg (44-lbs) of cargo. They feature a unique stacking capability, opening into a w shape, creating a badass shelving unit.



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KRONOS LIFT DESK

The Kronos Lift Desk is an electronically adjustable sit/stand desk that features a unique mezzanine shelf to help keep your workspace organized and clutter-free. The beautifully designed desk features ultra smooth work surfaces, accented with natural walnut veneers. It also includes a digital keypad that can be installed on the left or right of the desk and can be programmed with four user-defined settings ideal for a shared work space. Other details include a flip...
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HOME OFFICE IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO

Es Pujol De S´era is a beautiful single level home and work studio in Spanish island Formentera. Designed by Spanish architect Mariŕ Castelló Martínez, the 2,163 square foot retreat consists of an office and residential area with subtle divisions between work and play. The house inside is simple, bright and pure with focus drawn to the picture perfect views of the surrounding wheat and barley fields....
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CLAW BIKE WALL MOUNT

The Gladiator Claw is an advanced bike storage system for both adult and child-sized bicycles, getting them off the floor and out of the way. The convenient and flexible storage solution is constructed of high-strength plastic and capable of holding bikes up to 50 lbs, simply use the push-lock mechanism to quickly hang or release a bicycle with one intuitive motion. Push up once to close the arms, push up again to open them and release the bicycle. ...
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