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Flatmate Secretary

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office.



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OBOL | NEVER EAT SOGGY CEREAL AGAIN | Image

OBOL | NEVER EAT SOGGY CEREAL AGAIN

Another one of our flashbacks on interesting products we have featured here before and consider worth another look. Today’s "Flashback" is the Obol bowl, if you hate soggy cereal, this solves the problem! With Obol you can take your time eating your cereals, you will never eat soggy cereals again. Obol separates your cereals from your milk so you can mix them gradually as you eat. Obol can be used in various situations, adding croutons to soup or eating cookies with...
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BEAR PAW MEAT HANDLER FORKS | Image

BEAR PAW MEAT HANDLER FORKS

Are you planning to grill your big catch? With the Bear Paw Meat Handler Forks you can lift and carve hot food, they are also perfect for shredding meat. They make the task so much easier than using large forks. Bear Paws are like an extension of your own hands and the handles stay cool during your cooking adventures....
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CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR | BY VITRO | Image

CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR | BY VITRO

The Lounge Chair is one of the most famous designs by Charles and Ray Eames. Created in 1956 it is now a classic in the history of modern furniture. The main goal of the Eames Lounge Chair was – and still is – to offer users maximum sitting comfort. Developed in cooperation with the Eames Office, Vitra now introduces a new interpretation of the Lounge Chair. ...
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