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Masterwal Ping Pong Table

Designed by Japanese designer Mikiya Kobayashi for Masterwal, a furniture manufacturer in Japan, this beautiful ping pong table is both minimalist and classy. The exceedingly simple, yet elegant table also serves as a regular table for meals too, simply remove the leather net and your ready to serve dinner. Made with an elegant walnut wood frame, the UA1 table is stripped down to its essence and features a singular solid brass line running through the center of the tabletop, crossed with a soft leather net.



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SURFSIDE RESIDENCE | BY STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS | Image

SURFSIDE RESIDENCE | BY STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS

The Surfside Residence, designed by Steven Harris Architects is a contemporary residence in Montauk Point, at the Hamptons. With views of dawn’s first light at Montauk Point to the setting sun over Shadmoor covered bluffs and the surf below, this ocean front modern masterpiece dissolves boundaries between interior and exterior. The house features stairs that lead down to a private beach with some of the county’s best surfing and fishing. This stunning pr...
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TreePod Camper

TreePod Camper is a new offer on the suspended tents market, this one makes it possible to sleep two adults, with a combined weight of 500 pounds, with two separate access doors and a mesh wall to assure some privacy inside if that´s important, you can also keep them open to allow some airflow. One of TreePod Camper’s main features is that you only need one strong tree branch to hang it from, it´s a single point suspension structure, if you need some extra stability...
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CAR PARK HOUSE

The spectacular "Car Park House" is a private residence designed by Anonymous Architects, with impressive views of Los Angeles, California. The daring architecture concept was born from the crazy idea of literally driving your car on the roof of your house. The contemporary house sits on a very steep down-slope from the street, and is designed to float over the hillside. This reduces the amount of foundation required and also means that the only way to access the ho...
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