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Gear Aid LED Lights

Gear Aid manufacture quality products that help provide a better experience outdoors, they have been tested and proven in the most extreme environments so that you know they’ll work anywhere. Their new LED lanterns are mountable, USB rechargeable and incredibly versatile. They come in three sizes, the FLUX ($149.95) - a beast loaded with 82 LEDs, 20,800mAh of battery power, 640 lumens, 3 color temperatures and 10 brightness settings, plus USB charging (recharges most iPhones 10 times); the ARC ($99.95) - built with 60 LEDs, USB charging, and a 10,400 mAh battery; and the SPARK - a go anywhere light that’s dimmable, water-resistant, and quickly changes into a hanging lantern. All are shock and water-resistant and snap into any GoPro mount. 



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DATUM HOUSE

Developed by Melbourne-based architecture and design firm Figr, the Datum House is a unique family home with a clever design that integrates smoothly into its neighbourhood. The modern dwelling has ample sunlight, ventilation, and views to the grassy outdoors. A central courtyard breaks up the long structure into two volumes, providing sunlight and breezes to the dining room and living quarters strategically located around it. The minimalist house also features plen...
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FLUX CHAIR

This is the award winning Flux Chair, it was designed by Douwe Jacobs and Tom Schouten of Holland. It is a unique chair that transforms from a flat package with a handle into a design chair and back again. The chair can be easily transported and stored, it can be mounted in 10 seconds....
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BLACK & WHITE MEWS

Located in London´s exclusive Primrose Hill area, lays this stunning mews property renovated by Threefold Architects. The key aspect of the brief was to maximise the existing floor area and natural light throughout. This was achieved by placing the key open plan living space on the second floor with a private terrace to provide outdoor space and serve as a light well to the kitchen and living area. The stunning design employs a restrained palette of materials charac...
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