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Click & Grow

Click & Grow is like having your own personal gardener. The gardening pot has an electronic system and is able to automatically dose water, nutrients and air according to the plants needs. It very much works like a printer, you can remove the old plant cartridge and add a new one. Instead of printing, the flowerpot will start to grow a new plant! All you have to do is add batteries & water, the sensors, software and processor will take care of the rest. Various plant cartridges are available, mini tomato, chili pepper, basil, cockscomb, parsley...Available now at amazon Watch the video

You can get it in Europe here




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Worn & Wound
ELEMENT PORTABLE GAS GRILL | BY FUEGO | Image

ELEMENT PORTABLE GAS GRILL | BY FUEGO

We love the design on this compact gas-powered grill by Fuego. The Element Portable weighs only 15 pounds, making it perfect for hassle-free transport to the beach, a tailgating party, a campsite, or a friendīs home. The grill is powered by 16.4 or a 14.1 LP gas canister and comes with a stylish red travel band that holds the legs lid and grill in place for easy transporting. Also by Fuego: The Element Grill...
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CLIFF HOUSE | BY KHOSLA ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS | Image

CLIFF HOUSE | BY KHOSLA ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS

The Cliff House is located in Chowara, a fishing village 30 minutes from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala in southern India. Designed by Khosla Associates the house features a 180 degree panoramic view of the sea with an inviting pool and terrace, but its main feature has to be sail shape roof. The open air bathroom in the main bedroom is also worth checking out in the detail of this post....
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HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE IN THE PYRENEES | BY CADAVAL & SOLA-MORALES ARCHITECTS

This spetacular vacation house was designed by Cadaval & Sola-Morales, the project seeks to recuperate the construction values of an old existing vernacular house which was made out of dry stone. Nestled into the mountainside on a former farm the building has windows along one side overlooking the valley and a tall window in the gabled end affording breathtaking views up the mountain....
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