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Trojan House Melbourne | By Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Located in Melbourne Australia this is a modern Trojan home by Jackson Clements Burrows architects. The owners added a 1,700-square-foot extension to what was once a 1,000-square-foot Edwardian-style home. hree kids bedrooms and a bathroom were placed cantilevering above the garden, above a large living space and an amazing looking kitchen. The crazy cantilevered design is quite a risk but looks stunning.



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CHALKBOARD PAD

We live in a time it seems that everyone wants the latest in technology. This Chalkboard Pad is nice for a change and reminds us of the times when we actually took written notes. It is made from reclaimed wood, reclaimed black leather and chalkboard paint. The old schoolhouse chalk board is great for grocery lists, sketches, messages and plans. There is a hole in the top for hanging. via...
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SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL | Image

SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL

It is hard to imagine a better environment to build a shelter connected with nature. On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. Designer and creator of recycled furniture Pequenina Rodrigues, fell in love with the natural beauty of the surroundings and without hesitation, designed this divine shelter. The structure of the house is divided into four traditional fishing huts. In the main hut lies the living room...
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POWERPOT | TURNS HEAT INTO POWER | Image

POWERPOT | TURNS HEAT INTO POWER

PowerPot is a product born from a very successful Kickstarter campaign. PowerPot is perfect for backpackers, hunters, and any "no electricity" zone. It is an innovative portable electric generator that doubles as a cooking pot, it converts heat directly into power enabling you to charge any USB handheld device. All you have to do is fill the PowerPot with water and place it over a heat source, then plug in your device for some extra juice. And no worry...
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