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Amazing Minimalist House In Japan | By Shinichi Ogawa & Associates

A very Minimal yet functional house was projected by japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa. This stunning home is located in Okinawa, Japan, and features two main living areas. One main area features one big open space composed of a living room, a bedroom, and the dinning room, while the the other are is composed by the kitchen, bathroom and study room all in succession. via archdaily.



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WATERDOG | AUTOMATIC PET DRINKING FOUNTAIN | Image

WATERDOG | AUTOMATIC PET DRINKING FOUNTAIN

Recently we featured the very popular "Doggie Fountain", a cool solution for keeping your dogs water supply safe, fresh and readily available. WaterDog, is a similar option, however, it doesn´t require your dog to make any effort. The device works with a sonar proximity sensor, that automatically turns on the fountain when your dog is near, and off again when it walks away. It is very easy to install, its height is fully adjustable and fits any outdoor faucet. On ho...
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BIG ASS GARAGE LIGHT

Big Ass Garage Lights sure look tough and rugged and the 7 year warranty they come along with sure make a statement to confirm their build-quality. Designed and made in the USA, this industrial brand has been developing products for the more common use, these garage lights are the latest one of those products, with a single piece build, a 5000k color temperature, and a lighting equivalence of 16 60W bulbs! The LED lights are rated to last for more than a century, so...
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MINI MATERIALS

Mini Materials is like Lego, but with real materials! You can now channel your inner architect with these brilliant mini building materials, use stuff such as cinder blocks (made from real cement), bricks (made from real terra cotta), wooden palettes and wooden planks, even concrete mix to bring everything together and build some cracking looking constructions. The only thing holding you back is your own imagination. All the materials are 1/12 scale and available no...
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