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A Bugs Home

This tiny apartment in Taipei, Taiwan, is a bachelors dream. With a limited floor area of just 46 square metres (498 square feet), the architects have really worked their magic on the open plan layout. To maximise space, every single room can be opened up to be part of one whole space, even the bathroom. The minimalist crib is also packed with clever and functional details such as the central rotating TV that makes viewing possible in the living room, bedroom and even from the bathtub, and several sliding doors and screening devices that can be used if privacy is required.



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MAGNETIC BOTTLE OPENER | Image

MAGNETIC BOTTLE OPENER

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the very cool Magnetic Bottle Opener is now available for purchase. The uniquely designed and hand-crafted bottle opener features an integrated magnet allowing for a one handed operation, and is capable of holding over 52 bottle caps. The unit is beautifully crafted from walnut wood and can be mounted on any magnetic surface, or can be wall mounted with two provided screws. watch the video...
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OCEAN EYE HOUSE

Our latest house crush was designed by San Jose-based architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe. The spectacular Ocean Eye House is located in beautiful Costa Rica, and is a surfers dream home as it sits right on the western edge of the Nicoya peninsula, facing towards the Pacific Ocean. The dreamy escape is nestled between the jungle and the beach and is completely open to the outside, opening up stunning ocean views for the bedrooms and living spaces. Folding screens used to...
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THE MOUNTAIN REFUGE

Designed by the Italian architects Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi, The Mountain Refuge is a contemporary interpretation of old traditional mountain cabins. The prefabricated wood construction system allows for freedom of configuration and expansion, with each module working as an independent structure. The refuge looks towards energy self-sufficiency, which is why a photovoltaic systems with batteries and a rainwater collection system have been installed. The cabi...
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