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Cocoon Tree Tent

Is it a cocoon? A suspended bed? A tree house? The Cocoon Tree is sold by a French company and supports more than two tons above the ground. The spherical structure is made of aluminum and covered with a resistant canvas, designed to be hung from trees, it comes with a bed big enough to accommodate two adults and two children. This "modern version of the treehouse," as described by the company, can be installed in just two days: it is tied with ropes and is secured by nets. Once ready, it is accessible via nets or wooden walkways.



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CORONA BLACK AND WHITE GLOBES | BY NENDO | Image

CORONA BLACK AND WHITE GLOBES | BY NENDO

Nendo wanted to create a new globe which was more graphically emotional, rather than just simply an object which presents information. By reducing the amount of information shown and rendering the oceans and bodies of water in white and landmasses in black, the corona globe highlights the reliefs of islands and coastlines....
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ARCHIPOD GARDEN OFFICE

Would you like to commute to your office every day by just walking to the end of your garden? The way people work is changing - the cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, as advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to travelling to an office everyday. The ‘Pod’ is primarily suited to use as a garden office, but could easily be adapted to anything you choose....
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CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR | BY VITRO | Image

CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR | BY VITRO

The Lounge Chair is one of the most famous designs by Charles and Ray Eames. Created in 1956 it is now a classic in the history of modern furniture. The main goal of the Eames Lounge Chair was – and still is – to offer users maximum sitting comfort. Developed in cooperation with the Eames Office, Vitra now introduces a new interpretation of the Lounge Chair. ...
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