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Lighthouse 250 | Lantern + Usb Power Hub

The Lighthouse 250 Lantern by Goal Zero is an essential piece of equipment for any outdoorsman. Not only is it a powerful lantern but also a USB Power Hub, allowing you to charge small handheld devices thanks to a built-in USB port. The handy device is capable of beaming 250 lumens of bright, LED light, has up to 48 hour run time, and is quickly recharged from USB, solar or using the included hand crank.
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CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN | Image

CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN

We bring you another stunning piece of architecture by revolutionary Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan. We have shown you the amazing Paraty house, now we show you "Casa Corten" located in São Paulo, Brazil. The house gets itīs name from itīs facade made of Corten weathering steel, giving it a stable rust-like appearance when exposed to the weather for several years. The interior has an impressive combination and interplay of glass, wood and stone. Other cool feature...
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BIKE SHELF

This is a very smart creation. Designer Chris Brigham, after a spell doing graphic design created is own furniture line called Knife & Saw. After noticing thereīs a void when it comes to elegant bike management solutions, he decided to do something to fix this problem. The shelf is made from solid walnut wood and suspended by a solid steel square mount. You can showcase your bike and utilize the shelf for books....
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ONE-ROOM NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS | Image

ONE-ROOM NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this wooden cabin in Yulan, NY. It is owned by fashion stylist and interior designer Scott Newkirk, he wanted a place to escape in the weekends from the hectic city life. A place completely disconnected from technology, with no electricity or running water, no TV or computer. A place Scott can slow down and enjoy what nature has to offer before heading back to his demanding ...
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