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Fincube | By Studio Aisslinger

Fincube is a project by Berlin based Architecture company "Studio Aisslinger". The concept is a modular, sustainable & transportable low-energy house. The example created is a 47sq m residence, 1200m above sea level near Bozen in Northern Italy, with a beautiful view of the famous Dolomite mountains. It is made mostly with local materials and is energy efficient. The idea of the concept is a sustainable nomadic house, meaning it can be easily disassembled, transported and quickly rebuilt on a new site.



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TUNTO POWERKISS | LAMP & WIRELESS CHARGER | Image

TUNTO POWERKISS | LAMP & WIRELESS CHARGER

Designed by Finish lighting company Tunto, the minimalist Powerkiss lamp has won innumerous awards. The innovative lamp features nine LED lights which will provide plenty of light for your desk, and PowerKiss wireless charging technology built into the base. To wirelessly charge any piece of technology simply connect the little ring adapter and place it on the base! The lamp is touch-sensitive, it has sensors for power and adjusting light intensity....
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SOTO POCKET TORCH

Now here is something different, the Soto Pocket Torch, turns any rectangular 50-cent disposable lighter into a wind-resistant torch. The Pocket Torch uses the disposable lighter´s fuel and produces a blue flame that will reach temperatures up to 1300°C (approx. 2,300 °F). Oh, and the disposable lighter increases it lifespan by 60% when used with the Pocket Torch. watch the video...
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BACK COUNTRY HOUSE

Designed by David Maurice of LTD Architectural, the award-winning "Back Country House” is a stunning retreat located in the settlement of Puhoi, just north of Auckland, New Zealand. The two-storey residence plays on the uniquely New Zealand typology of the back-country hut, with a simple structure that comprises a timber frame, shed roof, terrace, and a metal-sided annex. The house comprises a single volume for living, cooking and eating, with shared open ...
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