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Below The Boat Wood Charts

Below The Boat was imagined by an American couple that love the underwater world, hence the name…they propose wooden charts to embellish your home/office, mixing land and water, of well known spots… but not any wooden charts, these are bathymetric charts, that tell you in detail the water depth of what you´re observing, you get the land contour, really well defined, and then the water and its random shapes in blue. The depth effect is really cool, and it does capture your attention, no matter the room you put it into. The wooden pieces are cut with laser precision, so the finish is state-of-the art, and you still get the handcraft effect, because the blue paint is done by hand, making sure every piece is unique, it´s then framed in solid wood and protected with Plexiglas. The idea is to bring to our appreciation this wet wonder that lies below the boat.



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RYOBI AIR CONDITIONED COOLER | Image

RYOBI AIR CONDITIONED COOLER

The new Ryobi Cooling Cooler doubles as a portable air conditioner! The 18-Volt battery-powered cooler has a 50 quart capacity (you can fit a lot of stuff and a lot of ice), and features two on board compartments on the lid, one to cover and protect the battery and the other compartment is used for storage (phone, keys, etc). It also has a drain plug, a run time of 4-hours, and includes a battery and charger. An awesome option for keeping cool on the jobsite or at a...
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BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA | Image

BARRANCAS HOUSE | BY EZEQUIEL FARCA

The Barrancas House is our latest house crush, situated in Mexico City, Mexico, this stunning residence was originally built in the seventies, but has recently been redesigned by Architect Ezequiel Farca. The challenge was to create a house that through different multifunctional spaces could generate a feeling of expectation and surprise. The structure, completely surrounded by nature, takes advantage of the large floor to ceiling windows to enhance the natural shap...
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FOREST HOUSE | BY JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS | Image

FOREST HOUSE | BY JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS

This sustainable home by Johnston Architects has a unique design and adopts a concept of sustainability that includes both the water supply, but also the power consumed. Made of 85% wood it features a modern interior enhanced by a minimal exterior design. The house looks amazing and its sustainable sources of power provide enough energy to keep it glowing in the coldest of winters....
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