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Stanley Adventure Percolator

The Stanley Adventure Percolator is a new way to get old school brewed coffee when youre getting your outdoorsy moment. Made from stainless steel, strong, durable and rust free, its the modern way of getting a cowboy style cup of Joe. Large enough to make 6 pots at a time, its regular and understated look reminds us of the days when function ruled over form, so it looks rather simple while featuring a sturdy and rugged style. With a silicone heat resistant grip and a steel brewing basket, you can put it right in the fire, because its all steel made. You may also use it as a cooking pot, just take the brewing basket out and you get an 8 cup capacity to cook or heat your food.



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HUTTEN PALAST | CARAVAN HOTEL BERLIN | Image

HUTTEN PALAST | CARAVAN HOTEL BERLIN

Crazy project by a group of friends from Berlin, Germany, urban camping under a roof! To achieve this, they recovered an old factory in Neukolln, having  renovated the hangar, they set out to transform it into a hotel by installing old caravans and mobile homes. Called Hutten Palast, which can translate to  "Caravan Palace", you will sleep in the privacy of your caravan, while sharing common areas under a roof. The furniture and decor were also hunted by t...
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STEAKSTONES

Do you want to impress your dinner guests and enjoy a live cooking session? SteakStones, lets your family and friends prepare their own sirloin steak. Simply heat up the lava stone in the oven, place it in the wooden cradle, and youre ready to sizzle away! Several sets are available, for cooking meat, starters, even Asian food. Also available are large sharing platters....
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UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

Developed by one of the UKs leading creative talents, Thomas Heatherwick, the centrepiece of the UK pavilion is a six storey high object formed from some 60,000 slender transparent rods, which extend from the structure and quiver in the breeze. During the day, each of the 7.5m long rods act like fibre-optic filaments, drawing on daylight to illuminate the interior, thereby creating a contemplative awe-inspiring space. At night, light sources at the interior end of ...
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