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Float Table | By Rpr

At first glance the Float Table looks like an ordinary coffee table, but it isnīt, the original table designed by RPR (Rock Paper Robot), elastically deforms and stabilizes when force is applied. The levitating wooden cubes are held with a system of tensile steel cables and when pushed reveal the tableīs dynamic character. Check out the video and see the table in action.
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POP UP GRILL

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot award, the Pop Up Grill is a transportable and collapsible grill that was conceived as a sustainable alternative to disposable grills. The clever design allows it to be easily assembled and folded, it features 3 legs offering stability even on an uneven surface. It can be used with charcoal, briquettes or over an open fire. Also included are a carrying case with handle and a detachable shoulder strap for easy transport. Available...
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THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS

"The Night You Left" is a set of four mirrored coasters, lined with digitally printed white powder reminiscent of cocaine lines. The coasters are by artist Nir Hod, he was inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings(currently in exhibition at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York). The edition will be available for sale at PK Shop from September 13, 2012....
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FRAMED TECH

Framed Tech pays homage to the biggest tech icons such as outdated gadgets and vintage consoles by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of PS3 controllers, the original Atari and its cartridges, to several generations of iPhone. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons by proudly displaying them ...
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