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Flatmate Secretary

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office.



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THE LIVING CUBE

One for the DIY lovers. The Living Cube is a homemade project by Till Konneker. After moving into a small apartment studio without storage room, Till decided to build a minimalist cube design with a shelf for his vinyl collection, his TV, clothes and shoes.  It also features a guest bed on the top, and, open up the cube to find plenty of storage space. How cool is that? via...
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SIMPLE SHOWER

Simple Shower is one very ingenious solution, a contraption that attaches to just about any one or two liter bottle to convert them into a portable camping shower! Simply fill a bottle with water and leave it in the sun to heat up, and attach the Simple Shower for a quick and easy shower. It features an air tube that lets the water flow freely and a removable cap for refilling mid-wash. And at only 2 ounces, it wont weigh down your pack. This gives you no excuses fo...
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CASA RAMBLA | BY LAND ARCHITECTS | Image

CASA RAMBLA | BY LAND ARCHITECTS

Casa Rambla is a spectacular weekend house designed by Chilean studio LAND Architects. Located on the seafront in Zapallar, a town close to Santiago, the idyllic seaside residence has an harmonious connection between indoor and outdoor spaces, making the most of the scenic location. The open space property features glazed walls on all sides so the living areas can be either completely enclosed or opened up to the elements. Also in Chile, check out the amazing Cas...
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