Built to accentuate its unusual triangular plot, the VMS House takes advantage of its layout to provide natural light throughout the day. The home's two bedrooms sit off one side to better capture the morning sunlight, while the open kitchen, living, and dining areas receive evening light through their large windows. Above the latter lies a library, reached via a cantilevered staircase made from rusted steel. Structural steel protrudes through the building's facade, providing an interesting contrast with the rough granite that clads the exterior of the ground floor.
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Originally introduced back in 1974, the Waffle Racer is one of the most iconic lines in Nike's history. Revived last year, the Nike Waffle Racer 17 is back and arrives with this new textile upper for added durability and comfort. The traction-enhanced runner also comes with a memory foam sockliner that conforms to your foot for comfort that lasts for miles, and a dual-density foam midsole for even more vital cushioning. You get plenty of the retro aesthetic that helps the Waffle Racer stand out, but with all the modern comfort and improvements to ensure it's ready for the road ahead.
Designed for use over fresh water, the Kitty Hawk Flyer is an intelligent personal mobility solution. Powered by a series of propellers, it takes off and lands vertically, making it far more convenient for short jaunts across the lake than a seaplane or boat. You straddle the seat much like a motorcycle, with two sticks providing intuitive controls that take just minutes to learn. Classified as an Ultralight, the Flyer doesn't require registration or a pilot's license and will go on sale by the end of the year.
Found in an estate sale just a few weeks ago, this 1950's Tudor Submariner 7923 Watch is an outstanding example of a highly-coveted timepiece. The watch is completely original save for the crystal (the original will be included), meaning the black dial with its purplish brown patina, unpolished case, and red depth rating all show their age with grace. Notably, the 7923 reference is the only Rolex or Tudor submariner ever produced that's manually wound, using a modified ETA movement paired with rare pencil hands, making this one even more desirable than its vintage looks suggest.