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Kids Mercedes AMG GT

Mercedes has just released details of it’s latest single seater sports car at the Paris Motor Show, and this time you don’t even need a license to drive it! Yes you heard correct……welcome to the Mercedes AMG GT for children.

 

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The Flexhouse

With its wide walls of glass and a ribbon-like white façade that winds its way around the building, this home on the banks of Lake Zurich is so light and mobile in appearance that it resembles a futuristic vessel that has sailed in from the lake and found itself a natural place to dock.

 

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The Porsche Designed Piano

The MPiano is a collaboration between Alpha Pianos and the Porsche Design team. It is a touch-sensitive keyboard with adjustable key characteristics, so you can play anything from a grand piano, to a church organ, to a harpsichord, and everything in between.

 

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The Knife Made From A Meteorite

Specialising in high quality knives French company Perceval Cutler now has a piece de resistance in its vast collection. A knife that is literally out of this world – at least it was out of this world, as it is crafted from a meteorite.

 

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The Cool Material Drinking Glasses

Ever since the guys at Cool Material launched their online shop, their aim has been to stock it with unique, well-made goods from a wide variety of makers taking pride in hand-selecting every item they carry. With that said we take a look at a small sample of their excellent drinkware range.

 

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A Matter Of Belief - Justine Smith

As London-based artist Justine Smith prepares to debut her new series of original collages, prints and sculpture made from old currency in an exhibition dubbed A Matter Of Belief, VM Life takes a little look as some of her stunning creations.

 

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Value - A Material From Banknotes

Could anyone really justify shredding untold amounts of cash in the name of art and design? Well if the notes were decommissioned by various countries then London-based designer Angela Mathis could. Take a look at 'banknote material'.

 

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