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Tre Concrete Tiles

Tre is a modular concrete tile series with limitless application possibilities. The minimal tiles invite architects and designers to create their own surface design statements, giving them the ability to easily create intriguing and visually stunning designs. The series features 4 distinct faceted triangular tiles, which can be displayed independently or as modular elements in a larger geometric pattern concept, allowing for tiered creations that work with light, shadow and depth. For more information on Tre, as well as for examples of some of the many possible design concepts and surface applications you can visit their website.

If you´re interested in other designs, head over to Kaza Concrete.




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DomUp Treehouse

Dom´Up is a new suspension style cabin that draws inspiration from tree camping and traditional treehouse structures. The tree shelter is a suspension style dwelling above the forest floor, and leaves no impact on the trees or environment. The modern treehouse provides a peaceful getaway, and can easily be setup using just two trees, it features a galvanized steel frame, composite wood floors, retractable canvas walls, a waterproof double-roof, and a fall protection...
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DEATH WISH COFFEE | WORLDS STRONGEST COFFEE

Death Wish Coffee is some serious coffee, not for the week. Billed as the World´s strongest coffee, "Death Wish" is the most highly caffeinated premium dark roast organic coffee available. It is made with coffee beans that have 200% the amount of caffeine as your typical coffee shop coffee, giving you double the buzz. Available now at amazon....
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PEARL BEACH HOUSE

Resting ever so quietly and poetically on a bush block in the idyllic coastal suburb of Pearl Beach (North of Sydney in Australia), is a classic 1960s beach house that’s about as perfect as any you’ll find. The Mid-Century style retreat was designed in 1963 by architect Brian Mazlin and carefully restored by TFAD design in 2010, it is beautifully understated with clean lines and a unique blend of furniture and accessories. The material choices and colors are simple,...
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