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  1. A thick, fibrous rope coiled and cast into a beautiful bowl.

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    $35.00
  2. In contrast to the popular spinning Cupa collection, Semeraro has found inspiration in the silhouettes and solidity of the Alps for the new Monti Collection, the company’ first collection designed with a flat bottom. As always, Sempli design marries form with function. This collection was created to enhance the effervescence of carbonated beverages as it’s not to be stirred or swirled. With the Monti Collection Sempli has put a spin on the signature design and turned the outside in, creating a stable glass with a crystal “mountain” on the inside.

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    $55.00
  3. The Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto originally designed the Siena pattern for fabrics. His idea was that it could be used freely for different purposes. Aalto had a special fondness for Italy. In the course of his life he often returned to Italy, where he established important contacts and participated in architectural competitions and projects.

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    $41.00
  4. Art meets science in this set of nesting hand-painted blocks. The designer’s intent was to create a timeless toy that challenges the user’s creativity and understanding of physical laws. Awarded first place in the RIT Metaproject 03 design competition.

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    $25.00
  5. notNeutral CICLONE Double-Walled Cooler - Set of 2

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    $28.80
  6. The Beer Foamer gets you as close to the Pub experience as you can without leaving your home. Denser beer foam will significantly increase the taste, aroma and feeling of the beer - just like beer fresh from the tap. Beer enthusiasts normally recommend pouring with a bit of a splash to create a head. This will create foam, but with large bubbles and low density. This sadly destroys the bubbles in the beer and leaves you with boring, flat beer and inferior foam. Not what you want at all. In frustration over this we invented a tool to separate the foaming process from the pouring process. And we achieved what we hoped for: Crisp, bubbly beer and soft, dense foam - just like draft. The foam is created in the clear shatterproof container. The copper top holds the foaming device itself and has its visual inspiration from the large copper boilers you see in old beer breweries. Pour ¼” – ½” of beer into the container. Gently pour the rest of the beer in your drinking glass - carefully to keep in the bubbles. Put the of the foamer top in place and press the button. The foam will rise in the foamer's glass beneath the copper top. Take the top off and gently pour the foam on top of your beer. Enjoy!

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    $19.95
  7. Stainless steel log basket by blomus. Stylish accessory to the fireplace featuring stainless steel holder with black wooden legs and rubber grips on side handles.

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    $215.99
  8. Bold, graphic, colorful; these are words often used to describe crazy uncles and women's fashion, but they are also the perfect words to describe the textile collection of design industry darling Thomas Paul. His cheerful prints are the perfect addition to any space needing a splash of color. A guaranteed conversation starter, you can relax that your guests will be commenting on your pillows rather than that you couldn't get out of the rug.

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    $64.00
  9. It’s a ping-pong table, it's a dining table. It's a ping-pong table, it's a dining table. Standard sized, with a surface, a design, and a structure which gives it full playability. But, it is also a large dining table, a conference table just right for the board room, or whatever you want. All the sportiness that it gets from the net, the bats, and the balls, can be put in the side drawer and hidden away completely. Built from high-quality materials, it has been made for either indoor or outdoor use.

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    $3,350.00
  10. Build the world you want to see with Blockitecture®, a set of architectural building blocks by designer James Paulius. Cantilever and nest hexagonal blocks to create towers, cities and dwellings. Awarded first place in the RIT Metaproject 03 design competition.

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    $75.00

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