stuff we drool about

Tubula Storage | By Ak47

Tubula is a new storage system by AK47 design studio. AK47 have nothing but original design pieces, we have featured before the awesome Zero outdoor fireplace, an outdoor fire pit. Tubula is suspended from the wall, its elements are approaching and receding, overhang and retract, turn, and form precise or irregular combinations that are always different. Original alternative to the typical boring shelving units.




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YUM YUM TOYS | LONDON | Image

YUM YUM TOYS | LONDON

We want to get our hands on these! They are not yet in production but Yum Yum are working on it. Yum Yum is a design studio based in London, they are Beth Algieri and Jonny Plummer, two designers with a common passion for creating new and exciting things. They make animation illustration and design, and as big fans of designer toys they created this wonderful collection....
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TEQBALL

Winner of multiple awards, Teqball is a new sport equipment and a new sport based on football. The fun game consists of a football, and a curved table similar to a ping pong table, challenging players to put their football skills to work. The idea is to volley the ball back and forth using only the parts of the body allowed in football, and besides being a fun, challenging game, it also works as a training tool, enhancing your skills and air-to-air ball handling. wa...
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EXTEND A STEP | TELESCOPING LADDER | Image

EXTEND A STEP | TELESCOPING LADDER

We are in storage mode again... after recently showing you the very clever Notebook Grill (folding, portable charcoal grill) and the Fold-It Utility Cart (a heavy duty folding cart that allows for easy storage) we now show you the clever Extend a Step, a 12.5 Ft. Telescoping Ladder! The heavy duty ladder is made of aircraft quality aluminum and features a compact, lightweight design. Extend a Step measures 2.5 feet when closed and telescopes to a mighty 12.5 feet wh...
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