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Indoor Door Table | By Manoteca

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. Their collection features some very original pieces of furniture including this vintage desk, made with a recycled door. The table besides beautiful is very practical and versatile, when closed it can be used as a dining table for 8 people, and if opened can be used as a functional work desk. Inside you´ll find three recycled rawhide pockets, two wooden drawers and a task lamp. via

Also check out the very cool Vintage Suitcase Drawers






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LUMINAID | INFLATABLE SOLAR LIGHT | Image

LUMINAID | INFLATABLE SOLAR LIGHT

The LuminAID is a solar-powered, inflatable light that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern. The portable device provides up to 8 hours of LED light and when flat can be a easily tucked away or hooked on your backpack. Ideal for your next adventure or trip. For every LuminAID purchased, one will be donated to someone without access to electricity. Watch the video ...
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SHEL HAMMOCK SHELTER

SHEL is an ultralight hammock shelter that can simply be pulled over your existing hammock and cinched for a warm nigh´s sleep. Made available for the outdoorsy folks who need a versatile piece of gear, the "Shel” can be used for multiple purposes, use it as a sleeping bag, a tarpaulin, a pad or an underquilt, and even a bug net. This versatile item is small and light when compacted, easily folded and portable (under 20 ounces) to go along with you even on long jour...
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SPRUCE STOVE

The Spruce Stove was created by Dutch designers Roel de Boer and Michiel Martens. The unique stove is a new approach to burning wood, it burns one long log, a bit at a time. Simply rest the tree trunk on the wheeled stand and gently push it into the cylindrical stove, the experience lasts as long as the trunk. A camera-aperture-like opening is closed around it. This would definitely look cool in a big open space industrial apartment. via...
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