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Garden House | Tokyo

This breathtaking work of architecture was named the House and Garden building, it is in Tokyo and was designed by visionary Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The building is an unusual sight in Tokyo and believe it or not, it is a private residence! The house has no facade and no interior walls, instead, there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of plants that define boundaries between spaces. The four-story house is only 26ft x 13ft and is wedged between two taller buildings. The unique home also features a spiral steel staircase running up the whole building and connecting each level. The Architect says: "You really get the fell of living in a hanging garden". source



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NUBE HAMMOCK SHELTER | Image

NUBE HAMMOCK SHELTER

If you regularly use a hammock on your outdoor adventures, youŽll probably know that a perfect hammock day is pretty dependent on weather, since they don’t provide their own shelter from the elements and insects. Sierra Madre tackled this problem and have developed the Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter, a ripstop nylon tarp that keeps you and your gear protected. The shelter also features a zip-up bug net, a gear storage section (holds up to 100 pounds of kit) and is ...
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OCEAN EYE HOUSE | Image

OCEAN EYE HOUSE

Our latest house crush was designed by San Jose-based architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe. The spectacular Ocean Eye House is located in beautiful Costa Rica, and is a surfers dream home as it sits right on the western edge of the Nicoya peninsula, facing towards the Pacific Ocean. The dreamy escape is nestled between the jungle and the beach and is completely open to the outside, opening up stunning ocean views for the bedrooms and living spaces. Folding screens used to...
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LE CABANON HOLIDAY HOME

"Le Cabanon" is a spectacular holiday retreat located on a small island in the Turks and Caicos archipelago, in the Caribbean. Idealised by US studio Rick Joy Architects, the concrete family holiday home was designed to embrace the natural landscape, it has three bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen, living room and dining area, a media room, a garage and exterior areas throughout. Every room faces the sea and is connected by a terrace, and feature glass walls that can be...
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