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Stunning Iseami House | By Robles Arquitectos

This is just breathtaking, located in Playa Carate, Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica, the Iseami House by Robles Arquitectos is 1 meter over the ground so its away from humidity, it uses thermal panels, built around a steel structure. The house promises a responsible approach to the nature of its location, Peninsula de Osa, a place the 5% of the world biodiversity is embodied.



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TENTSILE VISTA TREE TENT | Image

TENTSILE VISTA TREE TENT

We are big fans of Tensile Tents, they make some unique floating shelters. Their latest offering is the awesome Vista Tree Tent, a "portable treehouse" for 3 people that offers users a unique communal and comfortable outdoor experience. It features a massive hammock accessed via a floor hatch, and a rain fly that hovers over the tent creating a large covered porch area. An insect mesh is also included creating a dry shelf for storage of personal belongings or wet it...
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ARMY MAN BOTTLE OPENER

We continue in our military mood with this fun Army Man Bottle Opener. The soldier-shaped bottle opener is styled after the popular plastic toy figurine, but is made from die-cast metal. Open beers with military precision! Great gift for the Army man in your family. via...
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PELICAN DAYVENTURE SLING COOLER

Pelican have introduced a rugged Sling Cooler that has been built with bespoke beverage carrying in mind. Called Dayventure, the compact cooler comes in a capsule-shaped cylinder form with a shoulder strap for carrying, and is crafted from durable, puncture-resistant materials and a compression-molded base to maintain its structure whilst out in the wild. The end result is a water-resistant and incredibly durable soft cooler that keeps your hands free and your cold ...
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