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Casa Finisterra | Cabo San Lucas

Designed by renowned architects "Steven Harris Architects", Casa Finisterra is located in Cabo San Lucas - Mexico, in a spectacular and unique situation, tucked into a cliff, overlooking the endless Pacific ocean. The house has over 800sqm and features seven bedrooms all with huge windows and sea view. Other notable features include, outdoor living space, a beautiful infinity pool on the edge, a patio and a cactus garden. source

Also by Steven Harris Architects, the Surfside Residence




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DESKTOP JELLYFISH TANK

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures, hypnotizing to watch, but home aquariums could not have them as they would be sucked into the water filtration system. With this in mind, student Alex Andon, began to develop an adapter for tanks to make them jellyfish friendly. The creatures themselves are not harmful to humans and can be purchased for $39 a unit at Jellyfish Art website. Light is provided by a LED lamp, and the color can be changed using a remote cont...
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GREENMOXIE TINY HOUSE

The Greenmoxie Tiny House is a sustainable, off-grid, eco-friendly retreat that uses a slew of reclaimed materials for everything from the barn wood ceiling and bathroom barn door to reclaimed windows and light fixtures. The functional, innovative 340 square feet green home features solar panels, a roof water recovery system, and low-voltage LED lighting. Other stand out details include the Baltic birch shelving and matching bench, the frameless glass railing in the...
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BRUNY ISLAND HIDEAWAY

Set amongst the eucalyptus on an island off the southern coast of Tasmania, this spectacular tiny cabin is an escape from the high stress of the owner´s busy work life. Designed by Maguire + Devine Architects, the minimalist cabin is completely off-grid, it collects its own rainwater (storage tanks are underground for an uncluttered look) and the roof sports solar panels. Inside, all furniture has been built into the design. The cabin opens onto both an east and wes...
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