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The Pole House | By F2 Architecture

The Pole House by F2 Architecture is one of Australias most iconic homes, and is available for rent! The spectacular beach front house is suspended 40 meters above Fairhaven Beach and offers unparalleled panoramic views of the beautiful coastline. The house was recently renovated and now features floor-to-ceiling retracting glass walls giving guests a sense of walking on air. The amazing property is currently available for rent, more details here.



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BAUMRAUM TREEHOUSES | Image

BAUMRAUM TREEHOUSES

We´re pretty sure that at any given moment each one of us, has dreamt of owning a treehouse, an object that makes us dream of freedom, nature contact and a reminiscence of childhood carefree life. With that in mind, masters of treehouse architecture - Baumraum, have designed and developed their spectacular version of it, beautifully finished and with durability and nature integration in mind, they´ve come up with several models to best fit their customers wishes and...
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REX ROCKING CHAIR | Image

REX ROCKING CHAIR

Designed by renown industrial designer Niko Kralj, the elegant and stylish REX Rocking Chair clearly makes us forget our preconceived notion that the rocking chair is for grandmothers. Made using the finest natural materials, the beautiful chair has a simple, solid wood construction and a fluid folding mechanism for easy storage. Available in standard finishes and a variety of colors, the Rex Rocking Chair is a must-have for promising creative minds, and retrospecti...
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WEEKEND CABIN | THE HEMLOFT | Image

WEEKEND CABIN | THE HEMLOFT

The Hemloft is a self-funded secret creation by Joel Allen, a Canadian software developer-turned-carpenter. The beautiful egg-shaped house is a tree-house retreat in Whistler, Canada. It hangs on a precipitous slope, in a towering stand of Hemlocks, about a five minute walk from the nearest road. Joe also created a website for "The Hemloft" you can read his interesting story, from becoming a carpenter, to finding the perfect spot and tree, and funding...
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