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Xiao Yens House | By Craig Steely Architecture

Xiao-Yens House is a stunning property in San Francisco, California. This house transformation is the work of Craig Steely Architecture, the owners wanted a contemporary space that included a more open plan for work and living. The extensive remodel of the house began by tearing away the substandard remodeling that had taken place over the past 100 years and replacing it with spaces more appropriate to the clients program. These included a more open plan for work and living, a sod roof, and a glass penthouse with the roof supported by a steel exoskeleton.



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SKEYE PICO DRONE

Skeye Pico Drone is the world´s smallest drone! it fits in the palm of your hand, in fact, you can store it within the remote control, making it pocket size, so you´ll have fun anywhere you want, because of its portability. You get all the features of its older brothers, like the six axis flight control and RTF (ready-to-fly) technology. You also get LED lights to fly it by night, and get a cool firefly effect, and a 3 level adjustable sensitivity for the remote. Wi...
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OUTDOOR MINIMALIST FURNITURE | BY VIESSO | Image

OUTDOOR MINIMALIST FURNITURE | BY VIESSO

The clear, clean lines of this collection - minimalist, stark, uncompromising - are the eye-catching feature of Mamagreen’s Icon range. This luxurious, over-sized furniture comes in a variety of colors in cushions of all-weather fabrics. Using recycled teakwood, this collection is ideal for both the home as well as hospitality situations....
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CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS | Image

CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS

Olson Kunding Architects are the minds behind the idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Using a beautifully designed system of pulleys, the massive window can be easily operated by a small child....
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