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Meera House | By Guz Architects

Guz architects, and their incredible homes, are no strangers to Bless This Stuff. We have already shown you the incredible lush Fish house and Tangga house. Now we bring to you the Meera house. Facing the coast of Singapore’s Sentosa Island, the Meera house is built around an open air stairwell that floods the house with tropical ocean breezes, allowing its resident to take full advantage of the Singapore’s spectacular climate.

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SPRUCE STOVE

The Spruce Stove was created by Dutch designers Roel de Boer and Michiel Martens. The unique stove is a new approach to burning wood, it burns one long log, a bit at a time. Simply rest the tree trunk on the wheeled stand and gently push it into the cylindrical stove, the experience lasts as long as the trunk. A camera-aperture-like opening is closed around it. This would definitely look cool in a big open space industrial apartment. via...
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HELIO PORTABLE PRESSURE SHOWER | BY NEMO | Image

HELIO PORTABLE PRESSURE SHOWER | BY NEMO

There is nothing like a hot shower after a perfect day of surfing or hiking. The Helio Pressure Shower by Nemo features an 11 liter welded fabric water tank pressurized by a foot pump. To use it simply fill the tank, let it warm up in the sun, place it on the ground and use the foot pump to deliver the pressure you need to shower, clean dishes, rinse off gear or wash the dog. via...
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IWOOD LAPTOP

Children will have enough time to be introduced to all the new technologies, in the meantime you might want to introduce them to the charming i-Wood! a chalkboard laptop designed to look like a real laptop. The educational "state-of-the-art" iWood has a space for the chalk replacing the trackpad and is purely eco-friendly. Plus, it will keep the little ones away from your brand new iPad... [scouted by Joao]...
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