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Protohaus

Protohaus is a 125 sq ft timber trailer home! ProtoHaus is a timber frame or `stick built´ house that was constructed with emphasis on sustainability, functionality, and aesthetics. It is fabricated primarily from recycled and reclaimed materials. A solar and wind system power the house allowing it to be off grid. The Protohaus is 22´ long and it’s 8´ 6´wide, making it 125 square feet inside without including the 9´ by 7´6" sleeping loft.



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SOMMI WINE CELLARS

Sommi specialize in handcrafted, free-standing wine cellars. Each cellar is handcrafted in the Pacific Northwest from wood and built with highly-engineered parts and beautiful materials. The cellars are fitted with a universal racking system designed to fit various bottle sizes and a top of the line cooling system that is virtually silent and provides consistent temperature and humidity control, so you can rest assured your precious wine collection is protected. The...
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DISINTEGRATING SERIES

Disintagrating Series is a set of HD photos that lead us to believe that high performance cars are disintegrating, and doing it in super slow mo and high def detail, this really triggers our morbid curiosity… who doesn’t love a good nice blow up of a super fast car? This artform also allows us to grasp at the complexity of these machines and make us aware of the time and effort that’s put into building them. This will set a pair of conflicting emotions, the thrill o...
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KODAK WORLDS LARGEST PUZZLE

It can be a challenge to fill all the additional time you are spending at home, without becoming a Netflix-streaming zombie. If you are finding it hard to keep entertained, maybe you need a new challenge. How about putting together a good, old-fashioned puzzle? Kodak has unveiled a real challenge, they have just launched the world´s largest puzzle with a total of 51,300 pieces! Yes, that should be enough to handle the lockdown - and probably the rest of 2020 too. Sp...
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