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Treetop Hotel

Lifted up from the forest floor using slim steel structures, the amazing Treetop Hotel gives guests a birds-eye-view of one of Denmark’s beautiful forests on the Mariager Fjord, at the Als Odde peninsula. Designed by architect Sigurd Larsen, the dreamy destination features nine cabins high up in the trees that can host up to four sleeping guests and enclose a tree which grows up through the middle of each cabin. Each cabin includes one large room with sleeping area, living room and kitchen as well as a separate toilet and outdoor shower under the canopy. Access is done by a wooden bridge, and large windows to the south and west allow plenty of natural light to get in. A rooftop terrace allows guests to relax and take in the stunning view of the forest.



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CONRAD HOTEL MALDIVES

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SATELLITE ISLAND

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MORSEL SPORK

The Spork has received its long-awaited redesign, and this has to be the most versatile outdoor eating utensils available. The Morsel Spork was created by a design duo out of Portland, Oregon known as Hadron Gear, they wanted to design a better utensil that solved all the shortcomings they saw in conventional sporks and camping utensils. After spending a whole 18 months re-designing the camping spork, the team finally came up with the worlds most badass single outdo...
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