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Tree Tents | By Luminair

Fancy living in a tree? Tree Tents is a concept by British design group Luminair, they believe forests should be used for more than just harvesting timber. After three years of research the "Tree Tents" were born, they are suspended capsules that give you comfortable and low impact retreats up in the canopie. The tents are lightweight enable minimal impact on the trees, feature a fabric shell made from waterproofed cotton canvas and include two side benches which can fold to become single beds. via



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AUTONOMOUS TENT COCOON

Had enough of the hectic city life? Looking for a place to reconnect with nature? Check out the Autonomous Tent Cocoon, an exciting new form of Architecture, designed to be a permanent structure, it only takes a few days to raise, requires no foundation or utilities (the tent rests on a raised deck), and can be taken down and transported without any trace on the site it occupied. Developed by legendary architect Harry Gesnar, the spectacular shelter is designed to b...
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SITPACK ZEN

Say goodbye to sore-legs and achy-back, Sitpack ZEN is a compact posture chair that lets you sit anywhere. The ultra-portable, carbon-and-aluminum stool carries in a backpack or on your shoulder and ensures you always have a place to take the load right off. All this while correcting your posture, working your core muscles, and making sure the blood to your feet keeps flowing so your limbs donīt fall asleep. Sitpack is perfect for photographers waiting...
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TAIWAN MICRO APARTMENT

As property prices continue to skyrocket, the trend for micro apartments is growing. But living in a itty bitty teeny tiny space can be a challenge. Interior design firm A Little Design have transformed this small 189 square foot (17.6m2) apartment in Taipei, Taiwan, perfectly showing how to make the most of a tiny space, with the help of some smart space-saving strategies. The apartment utilizes all the tiny home tricks, built-in storage, double-duty furniture, lof...
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