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    The Archipelago Table is composed of two stones placed on a glass table. The simple composition of stone and glass, created with clever methods of manufacture carves out a future of fantastical forms used in new ways.
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    The lipstick-shaped hip flask can hold 125ml of your favorite beverage. It is made of stainless steel, silicone rubber and plastic. To fill with liquor, unscrew the red top and pour in the liquid using a little funnel. Size: approx 4 cm x 14 cm x 4 cm.
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    The Bianca Green Its Your World duvet cover turns your duvet cover to a world map. The funny and comfortable duvet cover will make getting up in the morning just a little bit harder!
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    An old funeral house in France has been transformed into this amazing ghost house by artists Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus. Berdaguer and Péjus covered the old house in a white veil that drips onto the surrounding lawn and creates a living body, a moving form that looks to the past as well as to the future.
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    The wooden door with three entries is a user-friendly entry for even the youngest family member. There are 3 entries of 3 sizes in one door frame.
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    These disposable flasks by Alexander Kristoff are made of BPA free plastic. Each flask can hold 7.5 ounces of your favorite beverage. Users can discard them or wash them for further use. Each set (3 flasks) is only $10. There are various colors and patterns. Choose your favorites.
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    Above, the Bed Up Bed Down system from Italy, which allows a bed to levitate into a ceiling recess, here revealing a tub. Aftere more, you can see Duravits' Open Space Shower Enclosure, which folds flat against a wall.
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    The Manhattan Mini Apartment in Manhattan’s SOHO neighborhood is a tiny 420 square foot apartment with a remarkable multifunction living space that can be configured into six different rooms from home office living room, home theater, dining room, bedroom, guest room, meditation room, kitchen and many stops in between. Watch the video, Cool!
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    UK designers David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson have devised a concept for a shape-shifting house that morphs to deal with changing times of day, seasons and weather conditions. The design was inspired by Henry Dudeney's mathematical formula, the Haberdasher's Puzzle, that divides an equilateral triangle into four parts that can then be reconfigured to form a square. Rooms would fold out on rails so that interior partitions become exterior walls during warmer seasons, plus the whole building would also be able to rotate to follow the direction of the sun across the day. ”We’re still deciding how it would work in reality,” said Woolfson. A model of the house is currently on display at an exhibition at London's Anise Gallery.
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    This modern house with 4 bedrooms was originally an old water tower. Unbelievable! It is a great piece of work by Leigh Osborne and Graham Voice.
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    The Brandy Pipe offers a long sipping stem that is gently warmed by your hand as you hold this delicate glass to help release hidden aromas and flavours.
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    Flatmate is a super space-saving home office desk. It was awarded Best of Best/Interior Innovation Award 2012. It's a great desk for those have limited home space.
    Material: coated birch plywood with durable white melamine surface.
    Available on request in 12 standard colors.
    Width 71 cm, depth 12.2 cm (+ 1.0 cm wall distance), height 113.5
    Dimensions of working plate: 71x42 cm
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    This creative packaging design is made by Backbone Studio from Armenia. "The most tasty honey is in the beehive. But it is impossible to buy it in a market – it was impossible. Designers of Backbone Studio have made it out of wood and hid the can with honey into the improvised beehive. Simple but simultaneously original wooden wrapper is the message to the nature, ecology and pure taste. You immediately want to open and taste it, and there are no bees!”
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    The Infinite Staircase was designed by Olafur Eliasson. It is located at the entrance of the KPMG office building in Munich, Germany. The photo taken by Christian Krieglsteiner.
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    A perfect bedroom.
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    Cool 3D art inside home.
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    Underground House in Switzerland
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    This Turtle Teapot is designed by Balinese artist Putu Oka Mahendra.
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    This shark-shaped laundry basket, entitled "Shark", is designed by Polish designer Jolanta Uczarczyk.
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    "Hush” inspired by the womb, designed by Freyja Sewell, the graduate from University of Brighton. A space of complete privacy and comfort. ‘Hush’ is a private micro retreat that can be set up practically anywhere.
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