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Ibuku Architecture

Ibuku Architecture is committed to the development of bamboo as a sustainable building material. Using only bamboo, they have constructed these incredible buildings for the renowned green school and adjacent green village in the Ayung River Valley in Bali, Indonesia. The master-planned community is inspired by the surrounding jungle and traditional Indonesian architecture, harboring an authentic connection between the residents and their surroundings.

By: Tito Heiderer




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HANDTRUX SHOVEL

Great kid´s gift idea...or, for yourself, if you want to impress your kids. This has to be the most useful accessory, almost essential if you want to get started in building a sand castle worthy of the name. Like Iron Man gloves, you place these small shovels on your hands and dig away. Also great for when you can´t get your car out of the snow....
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POCKET SHOWER

We love compact stuff that can save us precious space, specially when out on the trail and backpacking. Packing light is essential and this Pocket Shower by Sea to Summit is a life savior solution for when you venture out into the wild. The nifty contraption allows you to take a 7 minute warm shower outdoors! simply fill the 10 Liter (2.6 gallon) insulative pouch with water and allow it to soak up the heat from the sun, then enjoy an open air shower before hitting t...
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MIGHTY MOUSE APARTMENT | BY NICHOLAS GURNEY | Image

MIGHTY MOUSE APARTMENT | BY NICHOLAS GURNEY

The Mighty Mouse Apartment, designed by Australian architect Nicholas Gurney, is an interesting solution to the problem of limited space. The tiny apartment is located in  Sydney’s suburb Woolloomooloo and has a studio area of only 27 square meters, composed of white sliding panels that allow access to different living areas while concealing others. The color palette of black, yellow and red is inspired by the tiny fictional Mighty Mouse, a character with a pun...
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