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Lego Back To The Future Time Machine

The iconic DeLorean was first made famous by the Back to the Future trilogy. Now Lego is giving the time-traveling vehicle the tribute it deserves with a three-in-one building set. The Lego Back to the Future Time Machine is packed with details such as the Flux Capacitor, gull wing doors, a lightning rod and plutonium chamber, fold-down hover conversion tires, and a hood-mounted circuit board. It even comes complete with Doc and Marty McFly minifigures. The 1,872 piece kit allows builders to create not one but three DeLorean models from the trilogy.



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LOFT 9B APARTMENT | Image

LOFT 9B APARTMENT

Loft B9 is a spectacular attic apartment in Sofia, Bulgaria. Idealized by interior designer Veneta Nikolova and architect Dimitar Karanikolov, they spent two years reconstructing the stylish place, with pieces of custom designed furniture and experimenting with details, and finishes. The residence is predominantly open plan, with a large living and dining space at its heart, and a massive dark concrete cube occupies the center of the living room, hiding the bathroom...
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VERMICULAR CAST IRON SYSTEM

The new Vermicular Cast Iron System aims to combine ancient know-how with modern induction cooking possibilities. The story behind this cooking system goes all the way back to the mid 30s when the Hijikata family, the founders, created a cast iron factory. The unique material has the potential to enhance whatever you cook because of its ability to evenly disperse temperature and preserve moisture, plus you may set it on an open fire (mushikamado style) or in an oven...
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TROJAN HOUSE MELBOURNE | BY JACKSON CLEMENTS BURROWS ARCHITECTS | Image

TROJAN HOUSE MELBOURNE | BY JACKSON CLEMENTS BURROWS ARCHITECTS

Located in Melbourne Australia this is a modern Trojan home by Jackson Clements Burrows architects. The owners added a 1,700-square-foot extension to what was once a 1,000-square-foot Edwardian-style home. hree kids bedrooms and a bathroom were placed cantilevering above the garden, above a large living space and an amazing looking kitchen. The crazy cantilevered design is quite a risk but looks stunning....
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