stuff we drool about

Dutch Mountain | By Denieuwegeneratie

Buried beneath a mound of earth at a Dutch nature reserve is a woodland villa called Dutch Mountain designed by Amsterdam design studio Denieuwegeneratie. Only half the house is visible, the other half cuts trough a hill, this both camouflages and uses the earth as thermal insulation. The house as many original features, and is full of surprises, notable features are the vintage Jaguar transformed into a bookshelf, a teapot chandelier and skateboards used as staircase steps.



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55 BLAIR ROAD PROJECT | ONG & ONG ARCHITECTS | Image

55 BLAIR ROAD PROJECT | ONG & ONG ARCHITECTS

This house was designed by Ong & Ong and it is located 55 Blair Road in Singapore. 55 Blair Road Project is a beautiful example on how an old house can turn into something incredibly modern and jaw-ping. This is a renovation and restoration to a traditional art deco style shop house....
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FATHERS DAY | GIFT IDEAS 2

Following up on our last suggestions, we rounded up some more great gift ideas for the "old man". We have picked a a variety of stuff, from gifts for the drink connoisseur, for the Stylish Dad, to the gadget lover. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Product details after the jump. - Fathers Day Gift Ideas part 1...
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FIRST AID KITS | BY BEST MADE COMPANY

Best Made Company is dedicated to outdoor products that are timeless and can pass down for generations. Their classic First Aid Kits are securely packed in sturdy metal boxes that are dust and moisture resistant and come equipped with indispensable life-saving contents. The sleek box is available in either small or large, and features hanging brackets for hanging on your cabin wall. Metal First Aid Kit [small] - $48  Met...
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