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Weekend Retreat | Tokyo

This original weekend retreat is located in the woods just outside of Tokyo in Japan. The dreamy retreat was designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co, It features two main cabins that include a kitchen, bathroom and living area. Two yellow dome tents are used as year-round bedrooms. source



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BACKYARD OFFICES | BY INOUTSIDE | Image

BACKYARD OFFICES | BY INOUTSIDE

Inoutside is an Australian company that specializes in pre-fabricated backyard offices. The way we work nowadays is changing, with more people choosing to work from home thanks to advances in computer and networking technology. The new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular, and "Inoutside" offer some small contemporary solutions that are perfect for a backyard office. The modern outdoor rooms are prefabricated and built using only natural gre...
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MAGNETIC BOTTLE OPENER

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the very cool Magnetic Bottle Opener is now available for purchase. The uniquely designed and hand-crafted bottle opener features an integrated magnet allowing for a one handed operation, and is capable of holding over 52 bottle caps. The unit is beautifully crafted from walnut wood and can be mounted on any magnetic surface, or can be wall mounted with two provided screws. watch the video...
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GEORGE & WILLY FIRE STARTER

George & Willy Fire Starter is a device developed to make firestarting a simple and effortless task. Inspired by whalers method, it uses a porous ceramic stone, that is normally soaked in some kind of burning fat kept in its storage unit, like lamp oil, which you can easily purchase at your local hardware store, just light it with a match and place it under the wood or coal you want to burn and thatīs it. Itīll burn from 15 to 20 minutes, enough to light what yo...
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