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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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NOOCITY GROWKIT

The talented team behind the Noocity Growbed are back with a new product for the growing trend of urban agriculture - the Noocity Growkit, an adapted version of its big brother, in a more portable size but still with the same advantages. Growkit is the ultimate urban agriculture kit for beginners, an innovative self-watering and self-fertilizing urban gardening system that only needs to be watered every 15 days!  ...
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SOMA WATER FILTER

Soma is a beautiful, sustainable water filter that delivers crisp, clean water, minimalist good looks, and a subscription service (the company delivers new filters to your door every two months for only $12.99). This next-generation biodegradable water filter is the only water filter with 100% plant-based filtration, made of coconut shell carbon and plant-based casing that removes chlorine and improves taste. Soma filters are available in packs of two units, or you ...
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WHEELBARROW BARBECUE

Barrow is the name of this genius idea, a Wheelbarrow Barbecue a fire-bowl that can be pushed to any place in the garden or on the terrace with ease. Designed by product design studio DING3000 for Konstantin Slawinski, this mobile fire-bowl has a low design to enable comfortably sitting around the open fire. If you and your guests get hungry, use the included cooking grate to melt marshmallows above the fire or to barbecue corn cobs and steak, everything is possible...
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