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Tent House

Designed by Sparks Architects, the unique "Tent House" is a stunning home with a retractable roof, located in the beautiful rainforest canopies of Verrierdale in Queensland. The award-winning house features a sail-like structure roof that is the dominant form of the design, a unique translucent tent membrane with five hundred square metres that opens out into nature, meaning residents can quite literally lie in bed and look at the stars. Sliding doors allow the house to blend with its surroundings while the unique roof acts as both an insulator and protector from the strong heat.



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RhinoWolf Tent

The RhinoWolf Tent is an interesting item aimed at those who love the outdoors, what sets this option apart from its competitors are some cool features such as the fact that this is an individual tent that includes a mattress and sleeping bag, all in a packable bundle that weighs just 5lb. You may also attach other units to it so it may become a multiple person shelter. It is weatherproof and has a bug net, and you may choose from three different options of weather ...
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IMPRESSIVE HOUSE IN CAPE TOWN | BY SAOTA

We have done some features on SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects) in the past, the South African Architecture studio always impresses us with their mind blowing minimalist projects. Another example of their work is this home located in the affluent suburb of Bantry Bay, in Cape Town, South Africa. The house is on a cliff-top with with all rooms facing the spectacular sea view, but the stand out feature of the home has to be the amazing infinity pool and...
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NICETRAILS

Nicetrails aims to give you some perspective on your outdoors adventures, and it does so by using the new 3D printing features of the most modern machines. Nicetrails uses the GPS info gathered while you were hiking or riding on that special day, and then prints it out on a 3D landscape where you were and marking your path, giving you a special object that lets you see your trail, offering a different perspective that a photo or a journal also may provide. Now you c...
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