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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 the owners. The hotel also has a terrace garden and a cafe restaurant.



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THE REMOTE TRIP

Fancy living around the World? Adventure doesn´t have to wait until you quit your job or you retire. In this increasingly connected world, the necessity of being physically tethered to your work has become less and less important. The Remote Trip is a new network created for today´s digital work-from-anywhere nomads, it is basically a community of remote workers who work, live, and travel the world together for 1, 3, or 6 months. The travel pack ensures you still ge...
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Seaboard RISE

Seaboard RISE is an award winning music keyboard by Roli that´s taking musical expression to another level. The minimalist keyboard has two different sizes, with 25 keys, or the newly released 49 keys. What’s really innovative about it is that it adds new dimensions to the conventional playing method, that’s why it´s being dubbed as the 5D keyboard, you get the strike, press, glide, slide and lift, it provides a whole new way of creating music and interacting physic...
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InBox Capsule Hotel

If you´re one of those adventure travelers that likes to travel light and requires only the bare essentials, the InBox Capsule Hotel is the perfect pitstop. Located in the heart of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the unique hotel both minimises and maximises space with this typically Japanese concept. Designed by DA Architects, the minimal hotel invites 24 guests to stay in small wooden bunks, and unlike traditional hotels where rooms are larger but socially restricting, ...
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