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Fulton Desk | By Restoration Hardware

Fulton Desk is another of Restoration Hardware´s beautiful and timeless pieces of furniture. The vintage style desk has a simple, functional and minimalist design and features a sturdy steel frame with burnished finish and a distressed, reclaimed elm table tops and shelves.



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SWASH | EXPRESS CLOTHING CARE SYSTEM | Image

SWASH | EXPRESS CLOTHING CARE SYSTEM

If you´re really in love with your wardrobe and go crazy about the feeling of dressing a crisp and clean piece everyday, than this is just the thing for you. Swash is 10min clothing care system that removes light wrinkles, neutralizes odors (leaving them smelling fresh again), and restores the fit they had when they were brand new thus extending the life of your garments. This system can save you money, if you use dry-cleaning, and saves you time, only 10min to make...
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BEST MADE FOOTLOCKER

The Best Made Footlocker draws inspiration from the American military footlocker. Built in the USA from a powder coated steel, this sleek footlocker features a sliding interior tray, side grab handles, and a locking hasp. It also features a customizable brass data plate, and a solid brass lock, ensuring your personal items will be safe & sound. Available in a choice of Navy grey, or Army green....
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House for a Photographer

FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects have designed the ultimate minimalist dream house for a Japanese photographer. Located in Shiga, Japan, "House for a Photographer” is a minimalist architecture project used as a residence, atelier and a gallery of a photographer. The building is made of mortar and galvanized steel sheet which reflects dull light, making it look massive, and is laid out to be accommodated within the L-shaped lot, standing facing the shrine on the opposi...
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