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Philips Viva Pasta Maker

Ever wish you could prepare healthier homemade pasta and noodles from scratch at home with ease? The Philips Viva Pasta Maker is a compact, fully automatic solution capable of making up to 400 g of fresh pasta and noodles in just 18 minutes! All you need to do is measure your ingredients (flour, eggs, and water) and add them to the pasta maker. Within minutes, fresh spaghetti, penne, or fettuccine begins extruding from the machine through one of three different cutting discs. And if you want to get daring with your pasta recipes, you can experiment with flavors by adding herbs or veggies to your dough recipe. watch the video below



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VILLA IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO | Image

VILLA IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO

We recently featured a beautiful single level home and work studio in Spanish island Formentera Designed by Spanish architect Mariŕ Castelló Martínez. This time around we feature another of her architecture masterpieces also in Formentera. The contemporary property nemed Can Manuel d’en Corda, features beautiful interior woodwork, exposed original stone walls, exposed original wooden beams, and fully utilizes the outside space creating inviting courtyards to relax....
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PODHOUSE

Podhouse is a micro home and a great solution for your holiday hide away, a backyard office and the garden. The simple houses are sustainable prefabricated modules and are available in three sizes, once you´ve chosen and ordered the model, it will be delivered completely assembled and ready to use. The pods feature double glazed doors and windows, walls and floors are very well insulated making it a perfect winter getaway. Also check out our round...
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GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO

This breathtaking work of architecture was named the House and Garden building, it is in Tokyo and was designed by visionary Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The building is an unusual sight in Tokyo and believe it or not, it is a private residence! The house has no facade and no interior walls, instead, there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of plants that define boundaries between spaces. The four-story house is only 26ft x 13ft ...
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