stuff we drool about

Nestrest | By Dedon

Described has an over-sized birdīs nest by the designers Daniel Pouzet & Fred Frety, the "Nestrest" is a secluded, suspended sanctuary. Itīs made of very strong fiber thatīs waterproof and environmentally friendly. Nestrest is the perfect place for relaxing, meditatiing and open-air conversations.



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FLOAT HOUSE

Float House is a spectacular residence in Israel designed by Pitsou Architecture. The aim of the project was to create a structure with a continuous, wide space, divided by internal courtyards and movable partitions, able to create smaller spaces used for a variety of different functions. The huge top-to-bottom glass facade can be completely open creating an expansive indoor/outdoor living space surrounded by a beautiful pool that gives guests the illusion that the ...
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KYBOKA OUTDOOR CART

Developed for the true outdoor enthusiast, the Kyboka is an all-round foldable utility cart to walk your leisure, sports or professional gear to the best spots outdoor. The rugged cart is a true work-horse ready for any task, built for any terrain, and designed to collapse for easy transport and storage. It features a unique handle that can rotate 360 degrees, providing you the most relaxed way of towing, off-road tires, a tub cover to protect your belongings from r...
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PORTABLE CONTAINER HOLIDAY HOME

Port-a-Bach is an innovative mobile holiday home by Atelierworkshop Architects from New Zealand. The environmentally friendly recycled container comfortably sleeps two adults and two children,  and has the versatility of creating rooms within the large open living space : includes bunk beds, double bed room, dressing room, kitchen and bathroom. The Port-a-Bach is not yet in production, they are looking for commercial partners in order to mass produce it. via...
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