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Areaware

Blockitecture Building Blocks

Blockitecture Building Blocks
$25-$180  Buy Link Comment

Designed by James Paulius, Areaware’s Blockitecture are minimalist and cute architectural building blocks. The wooden modules come in themed sets including a park, a housing complex and a factory. You can also purchase all sets as a discounted bundle.

Areaware Bottle Axe Bottle Openers

Areaware Bottle Axe Bottle Openers
$17.50  Buy Comment

Areaware says its latest bottle openers were “inspired by Norse mythology and Medieval history.” But we wouldn’t be surprised if the verbal pun came up before the visual one. Either way, these are cool tools to have. You can order both designs as one set to get a small discount.

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Areaware Wall Clamp

Areaware Wall Clamp
$75  Buy Link Comment

Designed by Brendan Ravenhill, the Wall Clamp is similar to the Tick Clip. It’s a pair of iron clamps you bolt to the wall. Stick a plank of wood or metal in them and you get an instant shelf.

IF Mode Bicycle

IF Mode Bicycle
$2,250  Buy Comment

Areaware’s IF Mode Bicycle is clean, through-and-through: this lightweight commuter bike features sleek lines, no greasy chains and wheels that slide neatly together when folding.

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