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Nieby Crofters Cottage

Originally built in the late 1800s by tenant farmers, this cottage faced neglect for over a decade until the current owners, who envisioned a modern country retreat, acquired it. Preserving the historical facade, discreet modern alterations were made in the private rear yard. A unique black-framed addition under the thatched roof opens to a terrace, seamlessly blending historic charm with contemporary design. The maze of small rooms was replaced by a spacious kitchen, featuring a lofty ceiling and a unique concrete plinth. The interior showcases a blend of historic elements and modern interventions, meeting German sustainability standards.

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The Treo Chair by Therm-a-Rest is a portable chair that delivers big-chair comfort in a exceptionally small package. The innovative and compact camp chair packs entirely into its own tripod base, making it easy to store and carry, easily fitting in a backpack. It features a strong, composite tripod base with non-skid feet, a durable aluminum frame, and ultra-strong nylon sling. The set up weighs only 2lbs, and can support up to 250lbs. Available in several colors. v...
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Heimplanet x 66North Cave Tent

Heimplanet has teamed up with Icelandic outerwear specialist 66North for s special edition of their popular Cave Tent. The inflatable tent retains all the features that made it an icon, but has been dressed in a bright orange color as a nod to safety shelters across Iceland. The unique inflatable tent can be set up within less than a minute. The stability is perfect through the structure of a diamond, and is suitable for all Icelandic conditions. The Cave offers out...
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This ultra cool and off-grid log cabin sits on a hillside on Canada’s Valdes Island, a small piece of land with just 9 square miles located in the British Columbia Gulf Islands. The unique retreat was built by Burnkit founder Josh Dunford and was designed to be self sustainable using solar power and rainwater collection systems, it also has modern comfort features to withstand the harsh weather conditions you may endure during most of the year at this remote spot....
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