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In The Dunes House

US firm Caleb Johnson Studio have transformed a traditional coastal home in Maine into a modern sanctuary. Occuping a beachfront site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the airy cedar-clad coastal dwelling sits atop timber stilts, allowing the landscape to flow under the house. The home has two simple gabled structures that connect via a central stairway, and the open area at ground level serves as a carport. A neutral color palette was used throughout the dwelling, these  include white oak cabinetry and flooring, marble countertops, blue and cream bathroom tiles, black granite stairway landings, and lots of wood. It still stays true to its beachy vibe, with natural colors, light walls, and plenty of windows to look out onto the glassy ocean.



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NOOCITY GROWKIT | Image

NOOCITY GROWKIT

The talented team behind the Noocity Growbed are back with a new product for the growing trend of urban agriculture - the Noocity Growkit, an adapted version of its big brother, in a more portable size but still with the same advantages. Growkit is the ultimate urban agriculture kit for beginners, an innovative self-watering and self-fertilizing urban gardening system that only needs to be watered every 15 days!  ...
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ESCHER TINY HOUSE

We have come across some very cool tiny houses over the years, but until now nothing beats the Alpha Tiny House by New Frontier Tiny Homes. Where could they possibly go from there? Well, the answer is the Escher Tiny House, a model that´s bigger, pricier, and maximizes luxury and living space. Based on a 33ft (10m) long triple-axle trailer, the multi functional home features a well thought maximization of space, and boasts several trend-forward details that set it a...
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CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS | Image

CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS

Olson Kunding Architects are the minds behind the idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Using a beautifully designed system of pulleys, the massive window can be easily operated by a small child....
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