stuff we drool about

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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TORQUAY CONCRETE HOUSE

A beautiful concrete house on the Victorian surf coast in Torquay, Australia. Idealised by Auhaus Architecture, the 4 bedroom family house has been designed as a walled sanctuary, opening up onto itself and allowing stunning views onto wetlands and a golf course. The material palette is rich and textured, and the combination of concrete and warm wood works wonders. The use of brass details along with marble and wood, add warmth to the natural concrete mass...
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5TH STREET BROOKLYN | BY THE BROOKLYN HOME COMPANY

This 4 story townhouse in center Park Slope was renovated by "the Brooklyn Home Company". Extra large double hung windows were placed to flood the home with natural light. The house has some great features, a library ladder leads to an extra lofted guest room, ceiling wooden beams, large built-in shelves, and a guest room inspired by the sleeping quarters of a ship....
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CAVE HOUSE

Cave House is an adventurous and modern living space located in Cordoba, Spain. The ambitious and unique project was designed by UMMO Estudio, named "Cuevas del Pino”, the impressive estate sits in the foothills of the picturesque Sierra Morena mountain range and was cut right into the rock strata. The 1,120-square-foot cave house boasts several glass openings to let in natural light as well as concrete and marble flooring, it was built around the natural surroundin...
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