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Hemeroscopium House | By Ensamble Studio

Hemeroscopium is of Greek origin and means "place the sun sets", it refers to a place that exists in the imagination... but is still real... Located is Las Rozas, Madrid Spain, this impressive residence has 4,300 square ft, it was designed by Ensable Studio and took them a year to engineer but only a week to build, donīt belive us? check out the video on this postīs detail page. via homedsgn



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NETTED COCOON HAMMOCK | Image

NETTED COCOON HAMMOCK

If you have ever camped close to a lake during summer, mosquitos are abundant, the importance of a netted cocoon hammock will be immediately clear. The hammock has a fine mesh canopy that provides complete coverage not only from mosquitos, but bugs and other outdoor pests. The net features dual-sided zipper for easy entry and exit, and has two pockets inside for conveniently storing your mobile phone or a book. The net supports up to 400 lbs and can easily fit 2 pe...
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BRANCH KNIFE RACK | Image

BRANCH KNIFE RACK

German design house BuchholzBerlin, have given a new meaning to the magnetic knife rack. Designed especially for metal kitchen utensils, they are using Germany locally grown wood branches as knife racks; the result is quite astounding. You may choose from three different sizes which include the small unit with 3 super strong magnets, the medium with 4 magnets or the large with 5, enabling you to hold the same number of knives on it. Each unit is unique with the natu...
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UPCYCLE FETISH | BIKE RACKS | Image

UPCYCLE FETISH | BIKE RACKS

Austrian designer Andreas Scheiger creates these very cool "Hunting Trophies" made from recycled bicycle parts that can then be used as hanging racks for your bicycle. "Upcycle Fetish" combines old parts like bike saddles and handlebars to create bull head shapes that are both functional and quirky racks. Very creative! via...
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