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Case Inlet Retreat | By Mwworks

This amazing retreat designed by MW/Works Architecture & Design is nestled into a forested slope along the eastern edge of  the Case Inlet, Washington. The 2,800 sq. ft weekend cabin is isolated in the middle of the woods and has sweeping water views. The Case Inlet Retreat is simple, elegant and relaxing, it sure looks like the perfect getaway from hectic city life... via



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CANOPYSTAIR

Canopystair is a spiral staircase that straps around any tree trunk! The ingenious contraption requires no tools to set up and won´t harm the tree, all is held up without drilling even a single hole. The modular staircase features beautifully designed wooden platforms made from curved birch plywood that are progressively attached around the tree trunk with ratchet straps, creating a beautiful and solid spiral staircase up the trunk of a tree. Genius!...
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CASA MARRON

Our latest dream retreat is this luxury camp style refuge built for entertaining on the Uruguayan coast. Casa Marron was designed by Martin Gomez Arquitectos, it is located in an old fishing town close to Jose Ignacio, one of the most exclusive places on the Uruguayan coast. The fabulous property is set on a six-acres site, it is built around the trees, and includes two cabins and three permanent tents on raised wooden platforms to receive family and friends. Wood a...
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NICETRAILS

Nicetrails aims to give you some perspective on your outdoors adventures, and it does so by using the new 3D printing features of the most modern machines. Nicetrails uses the GPS info gathered while you were hiking or riding on that special day, and then prints it out on a 3D landscape where you were and marking your path, giving you a special object that lets you see your trail, offering a different perspective that a photo or a journal also may provide. Now you c...
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