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Villa In Formentera | By Maria Castello

We recently featured a beautiful single level home and work studio in Spanish island Formentera Designed by Spanish architect Mariŕ Castelló Martínez. This time around we feature another of her architecture masterpieces also in Formentera. The contemporary property nemed Can Manuel d’en Corda, features beautiful interior woodwork, exposed original stone walls, exposed original wooden beams, and fully utilizes the outside space creating inviting courtyards to relax.



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VERTEX ULTRALIGHT BACKPACKING STOVE | Image

VERTEX ULTRALIGHT BACKPACKING STOVE

For all of the outdoor fans Vertex have made a new super portable stove! The VLS ultra-light stove, weighing just 50g (1,8 ounces), and is ultra thin too, when packed it´s just 2,5mm thick. Made from tempered steel, making it strong and durable, it assembles in just a few seconds, with no valves and no moving parts. It´s purpose is to be an alternative to the isopropane cannisters, that can be unreliable, and are heavier to carry around. It runs with Esbit fuel tabl...
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SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED PAPER AIRPLANE | Image

SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED PAPER AIRPLANE

PowerUp 3.0 turns your self-made paper airplane into a smartphone-controlled flying machine! The process is very simple, create your paper airplane, attach the PowerUp 3.0 smart module, and connect it via Bluetooth to the app on your smartphone (Android & iOS). You can then push throttle to full and launch the paper airplane high up into the sky, where you can control it up to a 180 feet/ 55 meter range, for 10 minutes! You can tilt your smartphone or tablet rig...
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GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO | Image

GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO

This breathtaking work of architecture was named the House and Garden building, it is in Tokyo and was designed by visionary Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The building is an unusual sight in Tokyo and believe it or not, it is a private residence! The house has no facade and no interior walls, instead, there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of plants that define boundaries between spaces. The four-story house is only 26ft x 13ft ...
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