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Yellow Tree House Restaurant

Award wining Yellow Restaurant was designed by Pacific Environments Architects and is located in New Zealand. It sits almost 10m wide and over 12m high, with the split-level floor sitting 10m off the ground. Timber trusses form the main structure. The curved fins are glue-laminated pine, plantation poplar has been used for the slats and redwood milled from the site used in the walkway balustrading.



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ART OF ATARI

The influence and impact of Atari is unquestionable, since its formation in 1972, Atari pioneered video game technology and built todays multi-billion dollar industry, developing arcade games, home video systems, and personal computers to entertain millions of children and adults with fan-favorite games like Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, and Yars Revenge. The new book "Art of Atari" explores the art and illustration that helped shape and support these semin...
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HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

This great guide from Matt Kepnes shows you some tips on how you can make great trips with not a lot of cash around. Matt is very experienced on the subject, hes the award wining author of the travel blog nomadicmatt.com, and also a travel writer for great publications around the world, such as the NYTimes, The Guardian, TIME or National Geographic. In this book he uses his experience by providing some tricks on how to arrange  cheap accommodation, which credi...
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THE IMPOSSIBLE COLLECTION OF MOTORCYCLES

We have an undeniable fascination with motorcycles, the latest book on our want list is the newly presented "Impossible Collection of Motorcycles", an extraordinary hand-bound limited-edition book with the 100 most exceptional bikes of the twentieth century, each chosen for its cultural importance, innovation in performance, luxurious design, and rarity in make. via...
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