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Robot Lamp. | The Clever Raven.

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If you’re looking to put an industrial touch on your surroundings then this Robot Lamp is a perfect find. Handmade by Brit Sigh of The Clever Raven, this Robot Lamp has an innovative charm. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When …

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Onyx Vessel. | Mesh Cloud.

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This onyx vase by Mesh Cloud has an abstract strength that makes it a well placed addition to any household. Its Modern Polygon design allows the vase to make a bold statement without a saying much. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. …

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Folding Lamp. | Thomas Hick.

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ustomizable home decor is always a good find. The Folding Lamp by Thomas Hick allows you to light up your life according to your design. Made from a foldable sheet of metal, the lamp allows you to craft a unique piece that is all your own. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects …

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Atlas Sits. | Canvas Globe Pouf.

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[su_dropcap style=”flat” size=”4″]A[/su_dropcap]tlas has had his fair share of shrugs. It’s high time that he kicked back and took a load off. The Canvas Globe Pouf, both studious looking and comfortable, plays nice with others; blending in with almost any interior design scheme.   Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life …

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Hammock. | Koichi Futatsumata.

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inally, a reason for cat to stay on the furniture. The Hammock table by Koichi Futatsumata is a fine example of conceptual coexistence. Its inviting hammock undercarriage clashes with the protective glass ceiling, creating a beautiful contradiction in the form of home decor. All Photos Courtesy of Koichi Futatsumata Studios. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks …

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At HOME. | Miler Lagos.

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t is has been two years since Miler Lagos‘ Home was featured at Magnan Metz Gallery, but its conceptual significance still resonates with us today. Lagos used what looks to be close to one thousand books to build a dome shaped structure, an Igloo located in exhibition affectionately called Home. The installation not only pays homage to the endearingly analog practice of reading …

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A Stripper.

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Usually an idle tree branch is used for a nature walk or an impromptu sword fight, but Studio Floris Wubben had a even clever and even more ingenious idea. Stripped is made out of one branch only, which is split into three parts beneath–which makes the legs. The bark is then almost entirely peeled from the branch and, with a rotating …

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Giving That Hardwood.

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Having hardwood floors gives your living space a modern look but for those who live in urban areas, apartments with hardwood floors are scarce. The option of installing them on your own is just too expensive and most landlords will not allow it. [divider]SPONSORED AD[/divider] [divider][/divider] Ultimately the best and quickest hardwood floor solution for any space, the Legno-Legno Wooden Carpet …

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The Man in the Curved Hus.

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Located on the Swedish West coast, the Hus-1 is a brilliant creation designed by Torsten Ottesjö. Measured at 25 sqm (270 sqft) and made only from wood, the curved structure includes a kitchen, sleeping quarters, dinner table, hallway and welcoming area for invited guest. The Hus-1 looks small but that is only because we are victims of our own veracious appetite for ample structure. In fact, …

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Puur Zuiveren.

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A Brita filter may seem like the easier option, but when it comes to water purification, Lukas Jager‘s Puur Zuiveren may be the low maintenance king. Made from clay, sawdust, and wood, Puur Zuiveren is a simple purification system that uses zero chemicals. The process begins with a mixture of clay and sawdust that is fired at 850 degrees Celsius. The sawdust …

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Old Schooled Seating.

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Let’s face it, education in the States isn’t what it used to be–and we’re not referring to the curriculum, we’re referring to the furnishing. Long ago, when the Soviet Union was a superpower and Morgan Freeman played a pimp, school chairs (and desks) were wooden canvases. You could doodle anything you could come with: Superman, Batman, a giant penis, Superman …

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Going Native.

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Native Forest may be newcomers to the furniture industry but their penchant for making classic, well made furniture is a lot more seasoned than you think. Ran by duo Emme & David, the shop has other products in progress which includes shelves, wooden cooking utensils, and other tables. If you’d like to decorate your home with one of the tables …

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Dinner Party.

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Someone please explain to us why this Piano Table by Georg Bohle isn’t being mass produced by the thousands as we speak? Made to order, this $6000 masterpiece marries the world of music, furniture, and sweet smelling oak. Perfect for entertaining guest after dinner. We couldn’t really find out how to get your hands on one, but we’re sure if …

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Giving the Green Light.

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Designer Marko Vuckovic creates unique of agriculture and home decor with his innovative Grass Lamp. Using hydroponic technology, The Grass Lamp allows its user to witness the process of “natural” growth. One can achieve the same experience with a regular house plant, but this concept seems far more intriguing. “Hydrophonic is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in …

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Shelf Life.

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When it comes to furniture, extravagance is revered but simplicity is innately welcomed. Understanding this phenomena, Inga Sempé has created the Balcon collection, a minimalistic army of shelves meant to hold small plants, sculptures, and other various knickknacks. The shelf is easy to apply and gives your living/work space a quaint, organic appeal. Get it → here. ← Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a …

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A Sparkling Rarity.

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After releasing the video for “The Symbol” last month, Action Bronson has finally submitted the highly anticipated mixtape, Rare Chandeliers. Produced entirely by The Alchemist, Rare Chandeliers sports a few dope features like Styles P, Mayhem Lauren, and Schoolboy Q. The project also sports a dope GIF cover by artist, Johnny Sampson. Bronson serves up more of that good shit, dishing out brassknuckle raps …

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The Earth Is Your Home.

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Despite some’s desire to rescue the environment and become one with nature, it is clear that the irreversible effects of human innovation makes it almost impossible to go back to living in trees and grass huts. Fortunately, the Earth House by Nobuhiro Tsukada Architects is the perfect example of how human innovation and nature is indeed capable of finding harmony. According to …

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Minimalist Mod.

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Robert van Embricqs designs his furniture with an organic and additive-free mind. Without adding any bells or whistles, his pieces are the epitome of minimalist functionality; the simplicity of it is its crowning glory. Embricqs finds inspiration in nature, focusing in on plant and bone structures. Geometric shapes also serve as Embricqs’ blueprint, adding a more organized and clear structure …