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Joshua Tree Residence

After going viral back in 2017, the Starburst House is now available for purchase. The unique residence in Joshua Tree was visualised by London-based Whitaker Studio, and is made with a cluster of shipping containers. Set in an area of ​​36 hectares, on top of the vast mountain landscape of California, this impressive 200sqm residence conglomerates several containers, forming an absolutely unbelievable star-shaped exoskeleton. The set of containers assumes the purpose of residence and each unit is positioned in order to face the landscape and, of course, in order to offer maximum privacy to its visitors. It has three bathrooms, a kitchen and a spacious living room. In addition, the project also has a garage with solar panels that provide energy for the entire house.

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Kodama Zomes are suspending pods that may swing providing a therapeutic pendulum effect enhancing relaxation and soothing your body and soul, with proven calming medical effects. Made from marine grade stainless steel and covered by outdoor grade polyester, these giant structures are a great combo of art and engineering, designed and developed by a structural engineer. You can make them a love seat, a sofa or even a bed, choose from different colors and pillow combi...
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The C4 Portable Grill is a serious little grilling machine that goes just about anywhere you go, and will endure anything. Designed and built around the iconic ammo box, the tough grill is built from 12 gauge steel with a solid 304 stainless steel handle and 304 stainless steel hinges, making it able to take some abuse. In addition to using it as a small grill, youíll also find itís just as great as a small storage case or even a fire pit. After use, simply close th...
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3D Historic Topographic Maps

Brooklyn-based graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines contemporary land elevations with vintage historic maps to create beautiful three-dimensional environments of a specific region, city, or state. Each design consists of a decades-old topographic layer and a computer generated elevation, complete with shadows. We are loving the attention to detail that has gone into each and every one, and the end result is an image that looks like it is popping off the page. Yo...
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