Moto Guzzi MGX 21

Moto Guzzi MGX 21: Italian Cruiser motorcycle. 1400cc Forget all you know: we created MGX-21 to make you feel today what others will only experience tomorrow. The MGX-21 seems to invite you to fasten your helmet and set off, heading wherever the road takes you. This Moto Guzzi offers a different and unique way of looking at a bike trip: it is not just the body that is transported, but it is the rider’s soul that is involved in a beautiful and emotional experience made up of adventure, freedom and…

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Sailing Yacht A

Sailing Yacht A is a sailing yacht launched in 2015. The vessel is a sail-assisted motor yacht designed by Doelker + Voges (exteriors) on an original idea of Jacques Garcia, Philippe Starck (interiors) and built by Nobiskrug in Kiel, Germany for the Russian oligarch billionaire Andrey Melnichenko. Builder: Nobiskrug Owner: Andrey Melnichenko Sail plan: 3,747 m2 (40,330 sq ft) 3-mast schooner Its propulsion consists of a variable-speed hybrid powerplant with two lineshaft controllable-pitch propellers that is sail-assisted by a three-mast fore-and-aft sailing rig. The freestanding carbonfiber rotating masts were manufactured by Magma Structures at Trafalgar Wharf, Portsmouth.[6] Doyle Sailmakers USA manufactured the three…

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CrossHelmet X1

CrossHelmet X1 – Transform your riding experience Riding beyond with the original CrossHelmet X1: a new generation of smart helmet with HUD ✓ 360° view ✓ sound control ✓ bluetooth for group talk With the only dual-monitor HUD system in themarket, the CrossHelmet’s bifocal display projectsa crisp and clear image in even the worst lightingconditions. Essential riding information such asroute directions, weather, and time is customizableand overlaid for easy access, so you can keep yoursmartphone in your pocket and your eyes on theroad. Experience total spatial awareness withthe CrossHelmet’s wide-angle rear…

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BUNKER GRADE- Concrete & Steel Desk

Bunker Grade Concrete Desk was the first piece to be designed and created at the Brutal Design studio. The ‘Legs’ consist of two concrete and steel structures with a combined mass of 250 kilograms. Each leg has three distinct parts: the ‘feet’, an assembly of mild steel angle and flat bar joined together with salvaged M27 nuts and bolts to form an inverted ‘T’, this is bolted into threaded inserts that are set into the underside of the concrete block during the casting process. The ‘Block’, a monolithic casting of…

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