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Weekend Retreat | Tokyo

This original weekend retreat is located in the woods just outside of Tokyo in Japan. The dreamy retreat was designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co, It features two main cabins that include a kitchen, bathroom and living area. Two yellow dome tents are used as year-round bedrooms. source



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SLATE | MOBILE AIRDESK | Image

SLATE | MOBILE AIRDESK

The Slate Mobile AirDesk is a great accessory for working on your laptop away from your desk. The sleek, ultralight accessory is cut from a block of pure, premium bamboo, it is perforated for air ventilation and helping your laptop cool down. It also features a super thick heavy duty mouse pad, and a dock(includes a cable slot) for your phone or mini tablet. watch the video...
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NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY | Image

NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY

This impressive apartment is home to famous Lebanese Architect Bernard Khoury. Located in Beirut, the 4000 square foot N.B.K. Residence is spread across three levels on the ninth and last level of the apartment block. It features 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, an amazing floor-to ceiling library with a steel grating bridge crossing the entire room, a swimming pool and an spectacular view over Beirut and the surrounding mountains. via...
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MONTECINTO RESIDENCE | BY BARTON MYERS ASSOCIATES | Image

MONTECINTO RESIDENCE | BY BARTON MYERS ASSOCIATES

The Montecito Residence by Barton Myers Associates Located in the hills above Montecito, California is an architectural masterpiece. The Architects designed the home to feature sliding glass walls and windows, allowing the local breezes to cool the home on warmer summer days. The house takes full advantage of the indoor-outdoor living made possible by California Coast’s mild climate. Designed specifically without air-conditioning, it is cooled exclusively by cross-v...
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