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Nut Hammer

The Nut Hammer is the new sleek and useful solution if you like to eat nuts but just hate the hassle of the little pieces of broken shell that get all over the place. This hammer has a small silicone cup that will attach to the metal top, keeping all the pieces inside, saving you a lot of time, and making the process much more efficient. Crafted in a dark wooden ash, with a cast iron top and a small silicone holder, the handy tool will work with many types of nuts. Hard shells will no longer be an excuse to go nuts. watch the video



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ZOKU LOFT MICRO APARTMENTS | Image

ZOKU LOFT MICRO APARTMENTS

Zoku Loft is a new living concept that aims to end with hotel rooms. The 24m2 (258 sq ft) micro apartment is designed as a living/working hybrid for "global nomads” who typically seek temporary residence for between five days and several months. Each space comes with all the necessary residential and business facilities, combining comfort and efficiency for both work and play. The loft has several clever space-saving features like a retractable staircase and hide-aw...
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NORWEGIAN WOOD

Norwegian Wood has been a best seller in Scandinavian countries for the past year, a book about the wisdom of chopping, stacking, and drying wood the Scandinavian way. The beautifully illustrated book provides useful advice, practical tips, interesting facts and anecdotes, but also dives into the history of our relationship with wood and fire. This US edition is a fully updated version of the Norwegian original, but with an appendix of US based resources and contact...
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InBox Capsule Hotel

If you´re one of those adventure travelers that likes to travel light and requires only the bare essentials, the InBox Capsule Hotel is the perfect pitstop. Located in the heart of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the unique hotel both minimises and maximises space with this typically Japanese concept. Designed by DA Architects, the minimal hotel invites 24 guests to stay in small wooden bunks, and unlike traditional hotels where rooms are larger but socially restricting, ...
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