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Hutten Palast | Caravan Hotel Berlin

Crazy project by a group of friends from Berlin, Germany, urban camping under a roof! To achieve this, they recovered an old factory in Neukolln, having  renovated the hangar, they set out to transform it into a hotel by installing old caravans and mobile homes. Called Hutten Palast, which can translate to  "Caravan Palace", you will sleep in the privacy of your caravan, while sharing common areas under a roof. The furniture and decor were also hunted by the owners. The hotel also has a terrace garden and a cafe restaurant.



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SHINOLA RUNWELL TURNTABLE

Detroit´s Shinola have presented their first audio product, the beautiful Runwell Turntable. They teamed up with legendary American turntable maker VPI, and carefully sourced every component and element from manufacturers across the globe, then built the whole thing at their new Shinola Audio factory within their flagship Detroit store. The end result is absolutely magnificent, a two-speed, belt-driven turntable, with a friction-free tonearm made enti...
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FRANKLIN STEAK

Meat lovers rejoice! From the creators of the acclaimed and bestselling Franklin Barbecue cookbook comes the be-all, end-all guide to cooking the perfect steak. Penned by award-winning chef Aaron Franklin, owner of the wildly popular Austin restaurant Franklin Barbecue in Texas, Franklin Steak delves into the food with trademark zeal, and shares Aaron Franklin´s insights, from regional cooking methods, to buying top-notch beef, seasoning to perfe...
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ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM | Image

ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM

Why has Amazon been so successful? Much of it has to do with Jeff Bezos, the CEO and founder. In the book "One Click" available from today, you´ll find out why Bezos decided to allow negative product reviews, how Amazon survived the dotcoms bust of the early 2000s, the company´s future ideas, and many of Bezos forward-looking insights and ruthless business sense. The book is written by veteran journalist Richard L. Brandt. Judging by Brandt´s previous work - "The G...
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