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DIY Tiny House

EDC lovers rejoice, you can now purchase this how-to manual ($99) in PDF format to build your own tiny house on wheels! Built on a 16 foot trailer, the Bunk Box is a unique energy-efficient tiny house with 125 square feet on the main floor, and an additional 72 square feet in the sleeping loft. The plans include clear instructions and detailed drawings of the interior and exterior, suggested materials, electrical plan, product details, and trailer connection details, to help you create your custom made portable home.      



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GOODWELL TOOTHBRUSH

Goodwell Toothbrush claims it´s the first sustainable toothbrush, and what does it mean? In fact it means that in designing and developing it some real efforts were made in order to make it environmentally friendly by paying attention to manufacturing processes and used materials. Normal toothbrushes are made to be expendable, after a few months of use everyone gets rid of them, one of its requirements is that they are cheap, so great manufacturers make them from pl...
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TENTSILE STINGRAY TENT

The Tensile Stingray Tent is now available for purchase! We did a popular feature last year when this was still in concept stage. It is kind of a portable tree house, combining the comfort and versatility of a hammock with the comfort and security of a tent. The versatile Tensile provides comfortable accommodation in any environment, giving you more freedom and no restrictions on ground conditions. It also gives you a peace of mind separating you from insects, snake...
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HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS

Called House V, this modern and eye-catching residential building was built by Jakob Bader Architects in Unterföhring, Germany. It´s simple and uncluttered but no less remarkable for its bright red color. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the house’s wide upper story cantilever which provides ample protection from the elements. This cantilever houses a large study and underneath it the main entry to the house and also a separate entry which is...
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