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Roundup December, 22 2009

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01. Toshiba Escargot Vacuum (above)

“Rather than design a clumsy vaccum that looks more like a spaceship, toshiba teamed up with electrolux to design the circular escargot vacuum. the design weighs only 2.1kg and can be rolled around or work with a shoulder strap. it has a cyclone vacuum inside with high suction and a plethora of attachments to clean every nook and cranny in the home. the escargot has a distinct circular shape that sets it apart from  the mainstream vacuums.”  (designboom)

02. Woods of Net / Tezuka Architects

“During this last few months we have presented you several works by the japanese office Tezuka Architects. The houses have very strong concepts, tied to different ways of inhabiting these projects designed specifically for each client. Now we present you Woods of Net, a permanent pavilion for japanese net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam, in collaboration with structural engineers TIS & PARTNERS.” (archdaily)

03. Coffee Shop Disloyalty Card from Gwilym Davies (above)

“Genius idea out of England from Gwilym Davies, the 2009 World Barista Champion: the disloyalty card. In an attempt to promote East London’s emerging coffee shop scene, if you go and “drink coffee at 8 interesting, quality focused cafes,” then Gwilym Davies himself will make you a free cup of coffee.” (eatme)

04. Radiohead Head Back To Studio In January

“Radiohead will head back to the studio in January, Ed O’Brien confirms on Dead Air Space: Vibes are fantastic in the ‘most definitely different band’ with different music. The band said before they were going to record the follow-up to ‘In Rainbows’ this Winter. Technically, Winter officially starts tomorrow and Ed O’Brien posted on Dead Air” (atease)

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