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Hone Razor

Machined from solid brass or anodized aluminum this is one amazing razor that´s ready for a lifetime of shaves. Winner of a 2016 iF Gold Award, the minimalist Hone Razor is a stunning shaver handle with a streamlined design that is developed to work with standard safety razor blades for cheap and easy refills. The handles come in three matte finishes and your choice of two handle lengths, they can also be kept extra safe in the optional handmade leather case.



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MINIMOD PORTABLE SHELTER

The Minimod is a primitive refuge with a modern twist. The Minimod system is composed of modules identical in size but with different functions and purposes to create infinite solutions, limited only by your imagination. Each module measures 27 sq m (290 sq ft), and comprises a lightweight steel frame enclosed by plywood and glass. Each customer can tailor the home to suit their own needs, choose the layout and envision various configurations according to the desire...
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VILLA IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO

We recently featured a beautiful single level home and work studio in Spanish island Formentera Designed by Spanish architect Mariŕ Castelló Martínez. This time around we feature another of her architecture masterpieces also in Formentera. The contemporary property nemed Can Manuel d’en Corda, features beautiful interior woodwork, exposed original stone walls, exposed original wooden beams, and fully utilizes the outside space creating inviting courtyards to relax....
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MAGISSO TEACUP

Another great, practical way of drinking your tea. The Magisso Teacup cleverly streamlines brewing and drinking hot tea into one task. Designed by Laura Bougdanos, this ingenious little tilting teacup is very easy to use. Simply put loose tea in the strainer, fill with water and then tilt the cup the opposite direction....
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