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Grid Framed Tech

The Framed Tech series by GRID pays homage to the biggest tech icons to have graced our pockets, by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of several generations of iPhone, the original iPod Touch, to several iconic phones such as the BlackBerry and Nokia. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons by proudly displaying them on the wall of your man cave, for a fair bit of nostalgic cool.



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NUBE HAMMOCK SHELTER

If you regularly use a hammock on your outdoor adventures, you´ll probably know that a perfect hammock day is pretty dependent on weather, since they don’t provide their own shelter from the elements and insects. Sierra Madre tackled this problem and have developed the Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter, a ripstop nylon tarp that keeps you and your gear protected. The shelter also features a zip-up bug net, a gear storage section (holds up to 100 pounds of kit) and ...
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HOUSE TERRA

Brazil has a natural beauty unlike anywhere else in the world. This stunning property was designed by Bernardes Architecture, and is set on a breathtaking mountainous district near Rio de Janeiro. Named House Terra, the 1,000-square-metre residence is situated on top of a hill to ensure its living areas enjoy the best views of the surrounding countryside. The house features pigmented concrete walls that match the reddish color of the local earth, and has two levels,...
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BACH FAMILY HOUSE

The Bach Family House is a new and interesting creation by a team of New Zealand architects. The Cymon Allfrey Architecture studio has organized 3 timber cabins around a central terrace thus re-creating the old idea of a central social area. Geometrically one of the shapes is quite different, a unique tower that serves as a fire wood storage on the bottom and a bunkhouse above it. The larger structure includes a kitchen, an utility area, the main living room and a b...
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