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House In Torres Vedras Portugal | By Pedro Gadanho

This is a very original house in Torres Vedras, Portugal. It was designed by Portuguese Architect Pedro Gadanho, all the details and bright colors applied are very unique. It has original objects scattered around, they are functional as well as aesthetic. The giant pill, for example, is the childrens bathroom. The house is composed of twelve environments spread across two floors. Check out the photos, definitely worth a look.



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FALL HOUSE | BY FOUGERON ARCHITECTURE | Image

FALL HOUSE | BY FOUGERON ARCHITECTURE

Winner of numerous awards, Fall House is a spectacular holiday home located on a dramatic setting in Carmel Valley Village, California. Designed by the San Francisco based architect studio Fougeron Architecture, the three-bedroom house is anchored in the natural beauty and power of the California landscape, embedded within the cliff 250 feet above the Pacific Ocean and offers breathtaking views from its floor-to-ceiling windows. Check out more amazing photos after t...
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SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL | Image

SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL

It is hard to imagine a better environment to build a shelter connected with nature. On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. Designer and creator of recycled furniture Pequenina Rodrigues, fell in love with the natural beauty of the surroundings and without hesitation, designed this divine shelter. The structure of the house is divided into four traditional fishing huts. In the main hut lies the living room...
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NOMAD COLLAPSIBLE HOT TUB | Image

NOMAD COLLAPSIBLE HOT TUB

Ever felt like taking a hot bath out in the wild after a long day hiking? Well now you can thanks to the awesome Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub. The portable tub packs into a dry duffle bag and allows for up to five people to soak in hot water. The tub should be set close to a water source so you can fill it with water, once the tub is full, you have the option of heating the water with the water heater coil(heated by propane, natural gas or firewood). Happy camping! via...
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