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The Glass House

The Glass House in Koonya, Tasmania, is a surreal masterpiece that captivates modern architecture enthusiasts. Located just an hour and a half from Hobart, Australia, this rural gem offers breathtaking views of Norfolk Bay and lush green surroundings. Designed by Room 11, led by architect Thomas Bailey and associate director Kate Philips, this concrete home harmonizes seamlessly with its natural surroundings. Thomas Bailey, with a family history in the area, discovered the site while cycling and quickly received a call from a client interested in building a home there. Named the Glass House, it is the third structure on the property, floating gracefully above the undulating terrain.

This 35-meter-long marvel boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an enchanting mirrored bathroom attached to the master bedroom. The open-plan kitchen, living, and dining area allows the stunning vistas to take center stage. The design draws inspiration from the work of American sculptor Donald Judd, creating a captivating blend of modernity and nature. The Glass House serves as an exquisite retreat for those who appreciate waking up and falling asleep to natures beauty. Its minimalist design complements the breathtaking Tasmanian landscape, enhancing the experience of living in this coastal paradise.

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Gifts for the Home Office

In the ever-evolving landscape of remote work, the home office has become a sanctuary of productivity and creativity. As we navigate the blend of professional and personal spaces, finding the right elements to enhance the home office experience becomes crucial. In this guide, we present a curated collection of thoughtful and practical "Gifts for the Home Office" - items designed to elevate workspaces, inspire focus, and bring comfort to those embracing the modern wo...
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We love a clean, practical invention. These oil & vinegar pipette glasses designed by Lovorika Banovic for Menu, make a great decorative feature and protect the table top from drips. Besides the obvious use of oil & vinegar, you can also use them with any sauce, syrup, honey or even for some milk in your cup of tea! Also included is an attractive, stainless steel, boat shape bowl. ...
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Brought to you by the same team behind the Cube Fire Pit, comes this fascinating whirl of flames in a decorative glass cylinder, bringing campfire atmosphere onto your balcony or terrace. The Spin Fire Tornado uses bioethanol fuel for a nearly smokeless and odorless spinning flame which burns for 1.5 hours. The magical effect is achieved by using three guide plates that cause air to rotate even before it reaches the flame. Due to thermal and the chimney effect in th...
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