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Solo Stove Grill

We first heard of Solo Stove, a couple of years ago, when they introduced a clean-burning fire pit with a unique and proprietary 360-degree Airflow design that boosts the combustion process by sucking up air through the venting system located at the bottom. The guys have now adapted this design for mealtime, producing a charcoal grill that gets hotter, faster. Made of sturdy stainless steel, the sleek Solo Stove Grill creates hotter temperatures and requires less fuel than a regular charcoal grill. The company is currently offering a bundle ($574.99 $774.99) that contains a short stand, grill pack, 304 stainless steel grilling tools, a carrying case, and a grill shelter.



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Alloy+Grit Magazine

Alloy+Grit is a new independent Land Rover magazine, published specifically for North American Land Rover enthusiasts. Being published quarterly, the Alloy+Grit promises 100 pages of perfect-bound visual delight and well-crafted stories produced on heavy, high-quality stock. The debut issue will be released this month and focuses on everything from vintage Defenders, bespoke Defenders, to the brand new Evoque. You´ll get plenty of drool-worthy pictures, awe-inspiri...
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DESERT ROCK HOTEL

Miami based architecture studio Oppenheim Architecture has unveiled the stunning design for a new mountain resort embedded into the mountains of Saudi Arabia. The unique Desert Rock Hotel is inspired by the surrounding environment, and is fully integrated into the rocky surroundings, preserving the striking silhouette of the natural landscape. The philosophy behind the design is to build with the land, not on the land. A range of accommodation options will be availa...
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SMALL ARCHITECTURE NOW

We are big fans of small cabins and weekend retreats, this new book by Taschen is right up our street. The wonderful book takes a look at incredible constructions built with strict limitations on space. Small Architecture Now! is a beautifully illustrated book with 64 structures that show how building small can make a big architectural impact. From world-famous names to the freshest new talent, the stunning book showcases architectural invention on a whole new, smal...
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