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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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GROVEMADE DESK SHELF SYSTEM

Portland-based workshop Grovemade have presented the beautiful Desk Shelf System, designed to declutter your desk. It gives the user effortless organization, allowing for rapid, seamless transitions between digital and analog. The four-piece systemn is made from premium, all-natural materials, it includes a walnut shelf for your display, a wool felt pad for your keyboard and mouse, a collapsible laptop lift, and a desk tray for small accessories. Each piece is avail...
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HRDL Vinyl Table

The HRDL Vinyl Table is ideal for avid record collectors, an all-in-one solution for vinyl record storage and playback. This vintage audio console was imagined by furniture designer Stian Herdal (HRDL) and allows you to display your turntable and display your favorite albums like the art pieces they are. This provides you with easy access to your favorite records, as well as that wonderful feeling of being able to flick through the favorites of your collection. Ther...
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LR2 Residence

Located in California, this award-winning house overlooks Pasadena and its adjacent mountains from its perch on the hillside. Idealised by Santa Monica-based architecture practice Montalba Architects, the 4,200 square-foot house is made up of several separate volumes integrated into the downhill slope of the lot, creating open spaces between the structures for integrated planting areas, covered terraces, and dial linear water features for passive cooling. The house ...
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