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Masterwal Ping Pong Table

Designed by Japanese designer Mikiya Kobayashi for Masterwal, a furniture manufacturer in Japan, this beautiful ping pong table is both minimalist and classy. The exceedingly simple, yet elegant table also serves as a regular table for meals too, simply remove the leather net and your ready to serve dinner. Made with an elegant walnut wood frame, the UA1 table is stripped down to its essence and features a singular solid brass line running through the center of the tabletop, crossed with a soft leather net.



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LeJeune Residence

Designed by Architecture Open Forum, LeJeune Residence is a beautiful house located in the heart of the Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough of Montreal, Canada, one of the city’s most creative neighborhoods. Originally built back in 1890, the house was recently restored to perfection with a unique and contemporary minimalist style. The duplex house was transformed  into a single-family residence with open living spaces, flexibility in the use of rooms and an interior ar...
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BoxLock

After a successful kickstarter campaign BoxLock is now available for purchase, just in time for those holiday season deliveries. This smart lock prevents you packages from being stolen, it lets your package delivery driver securely deliver packages to your front door. All users have to do is set a designated spot (bin, box, shed, or any storage container) for receiving packages and attach the BoxLock, then the delivery person scans the tracking number on your packag...
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THE ZEST CHAIR | BY NANCY CHU

This is a concept chair by Nancy Chu, an industrial design student at the University of Cincinnati. The chair catches the eye with it´s interesting shape. With a very minimal design the chair consists of two metal sheets peeling away from each other, revealing an unexpected pop of color that pulls in the eye....
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