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Stunning Infinity Pool | Farrar Residence

The Farrar Residence in Park City, Utah, was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects. The stand-out feature of the house is the stunning 25 meter infinity pool that seems to flow in to the woods. The pool cantilevers over a seasonal stream, with an acrylic panel that extends from the pool bottom to the stainless steel ceiling and aquarium glass at the end.



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CLICK & GROW

Click & Grow is like having your own personal gardener. The gardening pot has an electronic system and is able to automatically dose water, nutrients and air according to the plants needs. It very much works like a printer, you can remove the old plant cartridge and add new a one. Instead of printing, the flowerpot will start to grow a new plant! All you have to do is add batteries & water, the sensors, software and processor will take care of the rest. Vari...
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IDEAPAINT | WRITE ON ANY WALL

Whether for the bedroom, office, living room or any other room, the IdeaPaint is undoubtedly a great invention, both decorative and functional. Turn your entire wall into a whiteboard, you can write and erase whenever you want. Simply apply the IdeaPaint CLEAR over your wall paint, and you will have a big dry-erase surface that can be any color. Write in meetings, record ideas, transform any space into a creative place! Watch the video You can get it ...
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NOOCITY GROWKIT

The talented team behind the Noocity Growbed are back with a new product for the growing trend of urban agriculture - the Noocity Growkit, an adapted version of its big brother, in a more portable size but still with the same advantages. Growkit is the ultimate urban agriculture kit for beginners, an innovative self-watering and self-fertilizing urban gardening system that only needs to be watered every 15 days!  ...
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