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Moto Rocker

Forget the rocking horse, is your kid a two-wheel enthusiast? German industrial designer Felix Monza has developed this super cool Moto Rocker, a downscaled, old-school motorcycle  designed to mimic the true feeling of life in the saddle. Built to look and feel authentic, the rocker comes complete with a one-cylinder 125cc faux engine, headlight and taillight, handmade leather seat and a framed bracket with serial number. You can choose between a cafe, brat or track racer, as well as the color of the tank. Undoubtedly though, parents and their friends will find themselves late at night on the compact rocker.



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AXES | BY BEST MADE COMPANY

Best Made Company is a company founded in 2009 by Peter Buchanan-Smith who saw a need for a better axe, a essential tool for survival and productivity. They produce beautifully crafted axes that come numbered with documentation and guarantee, and a fitted, top-grain leather blade guard. The brand has recently embarked on a new line of products, which include wearable goods, bags, a first aid kit....
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SKID Wooden Chef Knife

SKID is a new approach to one of the most important kitchen items: the knife. The innovative idea was to build it using a renewable and sustainable material as a base, in this case wood was the material of choice, the challenge came afterwards, to seamlessly put together the high precision carbon blade with the wood body successfully which they did. Made from Robinia wood, which is 3 times harder than oak, the wood occupies 97% of the knife´s body, leaving the metal...
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COSTA RICA TREEHOUSE

Built entirely of teak wood harvested on-site, this stunning retreat is inspired by the jungle of this densely forested site on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Designed by American firm Olson Kundig Architects, the three-storey treehouse is built with local teak wood, slatted walls and columns made of tree trunks. Envisioned as a surfer hut, the Costa Rica Treehouse is nestled within a dense jungle near Playa Hermosa beach where the owners can enjoy their passion o...
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