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Tie Tea Cup | By George Lee

Another one of those "why didnīt i think of that" inventions. Tie Tea Cup is a genius idea by designer George Lee and solves that annoying of having to fish arround for your tea bag thatīs inevitably floating in your cup. All you have to do is tie the teabag to the tab, and you are set to go.



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CAPE SCHANCK HOUSE | Image

CAPE SCHANCK HOUSE

The Cape Schanck House is a unique and adventurous project by Melbourne-based architecture studio Jackson Clements Burrows. The 4,300 square-foot contemporary house is as dramatic as the surrounding landscape of Cape Schanck, in Victoria Australia. The visually stunning bi-level residence sits on a high dune amongst dense coastal ti-tree shrub with expansive western views, and has 10 acres complete with bore fed indigenous gardens, and a private golf buggy track lea...
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EVRGRN CAMPFIRE ROCKER | Image

EVRGRN CAMPFIRE ROCKER

The new Evrgrn Campfire Rocker gives you all the comfort of a rocking chair in a compact sized, portable design, thatīs easy to pack and take with you on the road. Setting up the chair is a breeze, simply place the poles into the hub, and stretch the seat onto the poles. It also features a side stash pocket to place a phone or other small items such as cash. When done, everything packs into a nice little carry case. No matter where you go, you always get the best se...
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HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE V | BY JAKOB BADER ARCHITECTS

Called House V, this modern and eye-catching residential building was built by Jakob Bader Architects in Unterföhring, Germany. Itīs simple and uncluttered but no less remarkable for its bright red color. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the house’s wide upper story cantilever which provides ample protection from the elements. This cantilever houses a large study and underneath it the main entry to the house and also a separate entry which is...
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