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Trojan House Melbourne | By Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Located in Melbourne Australia this is a modern Trojan home by Jackson Clements Burrows architects. The owners added a 1,700-square-foot extension to what was once a 1,000-square-foot Edwardian-style home. hree kids bedrooms and a bathroom were placed cantilevering above the garden, above a large living space and an amazing looking kitchen. The crazy cantilevered design is quite a risk but looks stunning.



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LIVING VEHICLE

Living Vehicle is a mobile home option that’s been carefully thought of and beautifully designed to make the most of its interior space. Inside of it you’ll find a small kitchen with all of the modern appliances, a living area, a bedroom and a bath. The structure is supported by sturdy aluminum tubes that ensure strength and lightweight, the outside is from the same noble material which contributes for a great look and has a vintage style that reminds of the 50�...
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LUMINOODLE TASK LIGHT

Luminoodle Task is a flexible utility light strip that opens up a whole new world of lighting possibilities. The 3,600-lumen work light is ultra-thin and bendable, plus it wraps, magnets, and snakes where you need it most. The practical light has a weatherproof IP7 rating and glows with a light temperature of 5000K (for a natural light feeling). It can mount almost anywhere, and with the help of a simple built-in link loop, you can have multiple noodles attached tog...
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COSTA RICA TREEHOUSE

Built entirely of teak wood harvested on-site, this stunning retreat is inspired by the jungle of this densely forested site on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Designed by American firm Olson Kundig Architects, the three-storey treehouse is built with local teak wood, slatted walls and columns made of tree trunks. Envisioned as a surfer hut, the Costa Rica Treehouse is nestled within a dense jungle near Playa Hermosa beach where the owners can enjoy their passion o...
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