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Minimal Float Wall Desk

If you live in a small apartment youŽll know how important it is to organize your space. The Float Wall Desk is a minimal multi-use desk or display shelf that is easily attached to any wall. The desk features a full surface slide out tray and wire management slot. Perfect laptop station, full desktop station or writing desk.



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HALF PIPE DESK

Inspired by skateboard ramps, the Half Pipe Desk is an elegant and functional work desk. Designed by Eric Pfeiffer, the minimal desk features plenty of storage, on top of the beautifully carved worktop there is enough space for your desktop items and a risen shelf for a large monitor. Under the desk,  out of your shinŽs reach, there is another shelf for placing stuff such as a printer or books. Available in three styles, oak, birch and walnut....
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MOTORIZED GRIZZLY SPIT ROTISSERIE

Undoubtedly the best way to grill is constantly rotating your meat. With the portable motorized grizzly spit, you can now lay back and relax whilst it cooks your catch of the day. It is battery powered so you can take it any, from the boat to the backyard. It features two vertical support poles, a steel cross bar, 2 spit forks, a gear reduction motor an a canvas storage bag....
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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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