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Scooter Chair

Scooter Chair aims to please those who love the vintage look of the Italian iconic scooter made by Piaggio: the Vespa. Each piece uses original parts of the front chassis from the eighties model, the frame is in fact the back and seat of the chair itself, it has a leather imitation upholstery, a piston hydraulic system that lets you adjust its height, a swivel that allows you to easily turn your facing position, and soft tread spinning silent wheels. Scooter Chair is fully customizable, you may choose a wide variety of extras handmade at Bel&Bel with premium materials. A unique piece of contemporary design that is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.



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PICK YOUR NOSE CUPS | BY FRED & FRIENDS | Image

PICK YOUR NOSE CUPS | BY FRED & FRIENDS

Another fun product by Fred & Friends, the Pick Your Nose Paper Cups are a set of 24 funny drinking cups printed with photo-realistic images of noses. When sippers tip their heads to take a drink, it appears theyve grown a different nose and sometimes even a mustache. The pack includes a total of 24 cups, evenly divided between male and female noses. Twelve different nose designs keep things fresh and exciting. Each cup has a 12-ounce capacity. Al...
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THE BOOKSEAT

This clever idea was first showcased at the 2008 Toronto design Show, it was originaly created by Fishbol design Atelier and after great aceptance from the public is currently going trough some minor updates by "fistnk" and will be sold by 2011. Dimensions: 600x920x843 mm....
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MUSKOKA LAKES BOATHOUSE | BY CHRISTOPHER SIMMONDS | Image

MUSKOKA LAKES BOATHOUSE | BY CHRISTOPHER SIMMONDS

Muskoka Lakes Boathouse by Ottawa-based studio Christopher Simmonds Architect is located in Muskoka Lakes, Ontario, Canada. The construction that gets its name from its location is a renewal of an existing boathouse with 600 square meters, it includes a second guest suite and roof terrace. Its design in the wilderness provides varied views as well as a sheltering foil to the open lake breezes and water traffic. ...
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