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Drake Tiny House

The tiny house trend is officially here to stay. Tiny houses are relatively easy to build and move from place to place, and many people are rejecting more spacious dwellings in favor of pared-down, efficient homes. The Drake tiny house, by Land Ark, sleeps up to 7 people and is sized like an RV to give you ultimate freedom of use. The flexible interior includes two loft bedrooms and another multipurpose room that can be used as an office space or a third bedroom. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, and a bathroom that includes a bathtub and shower, vanity unit and standard flushing toilet.



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CLOUDVIEW HAMMOCK

Nemo Equipment have introduced one of the most revolutionary hammocks on the market - the Cloudview Hammock. Standard hammocks wrap you up in fabric, limiting your view of friends and scenery, the Cloudview´s spreader bars keep your head elevated so you can look around. It also features an integrated no-spill cup holder and tablet/phone pocket, and the weatherproof fabric makes it perfect for year-round use....
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STONEBROOK ESTATE

Nestled within an exclusive five-acre sanctuary, (Stonebrook) stands as the epitome of luxury living. Designed by renowned New Zealand architects, Sumich Chaplin, this estate masterfully blends opulence with comfort, creating a residence of unparalleled distinction. With a hidden entrance shielded by a grand stone wall, the property offers both seclusion and serenity. Inside, discover a gourmet kitchen featuring Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances. The...
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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...
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