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Charlotte Perriand Beach House

Originally designed by modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 for an affordable getaway home competition, the small U-shaped beach house sketches didn’t leave the page. Until Louis Vuitton developed the beautiful project recently, by building the modern waterfront retreat (in the beach-side garden at The Raleigh Hotel on Miamis South Beach) using sketches and drawings almost eighty years after it was first conceived. The end result is this private hideaway amongst nature with magical views of the sea.



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TreePod Camper

TreePod Camper is a new offer on the suspended tents market, this one makes it possible to sleep two adults, with a combined weight of 500 pounds, with two separate access doors and a mesh wall to assure some privacy inside if that´s important, you can also keep them open to allow some airflow. One of TreePod Camper’s main features is that you only need one strong tree branch to hang it from, it´s a single point suspension structure, if you need some extra stability...
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SHEL HAMMOCK SHELTER

SHEL is an ultralight hammock shelter that can simply be pulled over your existing hammock and cinched for a warm nigh´s sleep. Made available for the outdoorsy folks who need a versatile piece of gear, the "Shel” can be used for multiple purposes, use it as a sleeping bag, a tarpaulin, a pad or an underquilt, and even a bug net. This versatile item is small and light when compacted, easily folded and portable (under 20 ounces) to go along with you even on long jour...
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TETRA SHED | GARDEN OFFICE

Who said that an office must always be formal and obvious? The project undertaken by David Ajasa-Adekunle, from London design studio "Innovation Imperative" called Tetra Shed brings a more relaxed work environment. One other advantage is that this unique design allows the office to be adapted any with ease, without requiring building work, often expensive and invasive. The new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular, check out these othe...
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