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Wheel Turntable

The Wheel Turntable is a record player that is simple, clean, and easy to use. The minimal record player has no buttons, just a centre stick that controls all the functions (on and off, headphone volume, and skip tracks). To keep things clean, everything is built into the platter, the belt drive, the linear tonearm, the amplifiers, and all technology is safely hidden from dust and accidents. This also allows it to operate horizontally on vertically mounted on a wall, and gives you an unobstructed view of your precious record. watch the video below.

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HOTEL CARLOTA MEXICO

Hotel Carlota is a spectacular fusion between original and contemporary. Located in the heart of Mexico City, the hotel has a main focal point in its beautiful central courtyard and stunning pool. It is overlooked by the restaurant and bar, as well as the library, shop, and gallery areas. Concrete was used heavily throughout the building, and it merges beautifully with industrial, technological and artisan elements. Each of the hotelīs 36 rooms have their own unique...
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STANLEY NINETEEN13 CARBONATED DRINK BOTTLE | Image

STANLEY NINETEEN13 CARBONATED DRINK BOTTLE

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FLOATING CINEMA

This amazing scenery is in the rocky shoreline of Yao Noi, Thailand. The Archipelago Cinema is part of the event organized by Film on the Rocks Yao Noi, a new film festival curated by Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton. The auditorium raft was designed by German-born and Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren, it was built using recycled materials. The guests are taken to the awe-inspiring glowing raft by boat, in the middle of the quiet waters of Nai Pi Lae ...
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