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Hupomone Ranch | By Tgh Architects

This beautiful eco-friendly ranch was developed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects. Located on 160-acres in California’s Chileno Valley, the Hupomone Ranch is owned by a young family with three children that had the dream of building a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming. The main house spreads over 2.498 square feet and the interior has a close connection with the outdoors, the stunning light-filled open living area and huge slide away windows open directly to the garden, inviting a healthy, happy and conscious family life.



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JAWS KNIFE SHARPENER

Jaws (the name could not be more appropriate) is a cool mix of simplicity, practicality, usefulness and good humor. The Knife Sharpener is another great product from creative studio Propaganda,  simply slide your knife through "Jaws" mouth to sharpen, the bottom is designed with anti-slip material to keep it stabilized while you use it. The friendly sharpener costs $25, you can get it from amazon....
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Modular Pop-Up Studio

The way people work is changing - the cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, and advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to traveling to an office everyday. Mimima Moralia is a modular pop-up studio that is perfect for designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives alike. The naked minimalistic structure features a modular steel frame that creates...
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CRAZY CART XL

When Razor released their compact go-kart-like creation called the Crazy Cart, the world went nuts with its ability to perform astonishing drifts and turns. But the company quickly started getting complains from adults that the original Crazy Cart was to small for them, and also the kids complaining their dads kept steeling their little drift machine. In response Razor have developed the Crazy Cart XL that can hold riders up to 240 pounds and with a higher top speed...
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