Daniel Artonom

Daniel Artonom

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Düsseldorf / Dinge die das Leben schöner machen.
Daniel Artonom
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Projekt - CD3D - Messen - Showrooms - Museen - Shopdesign - Edutainment

Projekt - CD3D - Messen - Showrooms - Museen - Shopdesign - Edutainment

Hängeschränke - SET Wandpaneel *mairaum* DUNKELGRAU + SAND/ROT - ein Designerstück von mairaum bei DaWanda

Hängeschränke - SET Wandpaneel *mairaum* DUNKELGRAU + SAND/ROT Designerstück DaWanda My German isn't so hot, but I'm pretty sure this ^^ translates to "awesome idea to hang your stuff up out of the way (I know it's a hanging schrank)

McLaren P1

McLaren the lightweight and powerful sportscar will be on display at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. McLaren Automotive has also revealed that they will began sales of from next year. The McLaren is a successor to the legendary It is a supe

Lasso Flat-Packed Slippers

<input class="jpibfi" type="hidden" >These Lasso flat-packed slippers are so cool! They are made from one piece of wool felt with a leather sole and laced in the color of your choice. By threading the laces through the pieces of wool felt, you can&hellip;

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Brave Space Design Coat Range - This Mountain Coat Range would be a favorite of the late, great Bob Ross. Using excess material from cut sheets, we've exposed the Maple interior signifying the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Grand Tetons.

The glass tube holds exactly one liter of water, sufficient for a quick handwash. The theory being that we waste almost six liters of water and use only one, while washing hands. Once the stored one-liter is used up, you have to turn-off the tap till the next one liter fills up the tube. A cumbersome rationing process that will hopefully drive home the point of conservation!

faucet looks more like an elegant test tube inverted on top of a tap. The glass tube holds exactly one liter of water, sufficient for a quick handwash. The theory being that we waste almost six liters of water and use only one, while washing hands.