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Porsche 911 Writing Desk

Porsche aficionados rejoice! Design firm 3 GJB 17 invents, designs, and creates pieces of furniture and decorative objects made of mechanical and car body parts. The Porsche 911 Writing Desk featured here is custom-made with American walnut and built with original Porsche panels finished in a beautiful Arctic Silver. This particular desk is number three of a limited series, it is equipped with two drawers, and opens to reveal a nicely finished surface, making it the perfect writing desk for gearheads.



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LIMITED EDITION OXCHAIR

This modern design classic is an exclusive limited edition sold by Nothern Icon Store. This classic peace of furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner dates back to 1960 and was ahead of its time back then. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Oxchair, a limited edition is available in 3 different colors. The chairs are numbered and have a 50Th anniversary tag. You will also recive an exclusive book with your purchase. Via gessato...
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MICHELANGELO TWO BIKE GRAVITY STAND | Image

MICHELANGELO TWO BIKE GRAVITY STAND

This is a great solution for storing your bikes at home, the Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand is an ingenious wall rack that leans against the wall with no attachment required, that means you don´t have to put holes in your wall! All you need to do is lean it against the wall and let gravity do the rest! Independent adjustable arms accommodate any shape and size of bike. Get it from Public Bikes or from Amazon....
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MIGHTY MOUSE APARTMENT | BY NICHOLAS GURNEY | Image

MIGHTY MOUSE APARTMENT | BY NICHOLAS GURNEY

The Mighty Mouse Apartment, designed by Australian architect Nicholas Gurney, is an interesting solution to the problem of limited space. The tiny apartment is located in  Sydney’s suburb Woolloomooloo and has a studio area of only 27 square meters, composed of white sliding panels that allow access to different living areas while concealing others. The color palette of black, yellow and red is inspired by the tiny fictional Mighty Mouse, a character with a pun...
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