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Van Life

The #VanLife phenomenon is all the rage lately, a fascination with conversion vans built to take adventurers into the wild. The man who coined the term in the first place, Foster Huntington, first created the hashtag as he chronicled his adventures living in a van while driving it across the country. In his new book "Van Life, Your Home on The Road”, Foster showcases hundreds of funky vehicles, awe-inspiring landscapes, and cleverly designed interiors in tiny spaces from around the world. The perfect coffee table book for anyone who daydreams about living on the open road.



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VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT | Image

VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT

The Villa Vals House is an impressive  project carried out by two architectural firms: SEARCH and CMA, built on the slope of the valleys in the Alps, Switzerland. The intention of building this house is not to look like a residential structure. The villa is fully integrated into the landscape and the access is done through an existing wood barn, located at a lower level of the mountain. An underground tunnel leads residents to the main level set in a circular c...
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CASA COOK RHODES

Looking for a unique place to escape on your summer vacation? Check out the spectacular Casa Cook Hotel in the picturesque island of Rhodes, Greece, new boutique hotel for the bohemian spirit. The recently opened retreat is for those whom seek a laid-back and stylish holiday experience, a five-star hotel with several two-storey villas that open out onto a swim-up pool. Set against a stretch of rocky hills, the stunning hotel has a mid-century California vibe, with e...
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9 HOURS HOTEL | TOKYO JAPAN

Designed by Design Studio S, Tokyo´s newest hotel takes minimalism to a new level. 9h Hotel is designed using only four colors, it stacks its guest into pods to sleep for no more than 9 hours. Each guest is allotted one hour to shower, seven hours to sleep and a final hour to rest. Each pod is equipped with Panasonic control panels for setting the ambiance. The building itself wis 9 stories tall, hosts 125 capsules, locker rooms, showers, and a lounge....
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