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Flikr Personal Concrete Fireplace

Flickr have introduced a new square format to their popular personal concrete fireplace. Fueled by rubbing alcohol, the stylish Flikr fireplace runs on easy-to-find rubbing alcohol, and brings the undeniable allure of an open flame inside, letting you enjoy the dancing flames of a well-contained fire anywhere in your home. Made from non-absorbent, specialised cement that can withstand up to 3000-degree heat, each fireplace provides a burn time of around 50 minutes for every 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol.



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HEIMPLANET FISTRAL TENT

Heimplanet have introduced their latest inflatable tent, the 2-person Fistral, a compact and easy to set-up tent, simply unpack it and inflate it! As with all Heimplanet tents, the Fistral features the brand´s patented Multi-Chamber-Safety-System, allowing the separation of the air frame in two independent air chambers - for emergency stability in case of a defect of one chamber. The tent also features two ventilation openings, two vestibules, storage pockets, and ...
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SLOPE HOUSE

This stunning timber-clad house peeps from the trees near a lake two hours from the city of Santiago de Chile. Designed by the Hsu Rudolphy Architecture studio, the Slope House consists of an elementary structure of steel and concrete, which intervenes little in the field, and then receives a skin of wood and glass. The the house has multiple terraces and access to the water, it is composed of three levels, the upper floor features the main entrance, and the common ...
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FEDERAL HOUSE

The 2021 INDE.Awards winners have been announced, and from a wide array of entries there could still only be one winner and it went to the incredibly deserving Federal House by Edition Office. With a monochrome exterior composed of black-pigmented concrete and black timber, this impressive house sits like a void in the Byron Bay hinterland of Australia. The stunning interior welcomes in the greenery through floor-to-ceiling windows, while a central fern garden bring...
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