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Biolite Cookstove

Biolite first introduced the popular CampStove four years ago, now the brand have presented a simplified version with a more portable design - the CookStove. The sleek device features a uniquely designed USB-rechargeable airflow system, and provides 30 hours of clean wood cooking on a single charge. Leave the gas canisters behind and cook meals using sticks, pellets or pinecones, and with the four fan speed levels you can boil rapidly or enjoy a campfire feel with smokeless flames. watch the video below

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ARK Shelter

ARK Shelter is a completely mobile cabin built without foundations, providing a place to live in your backyard, out in the wild, or on the coast, facing the sea. The luxurious cocoon can operate totally off the grid, it includes a rainwater collection system and a wind-power electricity production system, and comes complete with cooking equipment, furniture, and even bed linings. Wood is used throughout to create a cozy ambience, and an included fireplace in the mid...
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TEQBALL

Winner of multiple awards, Teqball is a new sport equipment and a new sport based on football. The fun game consists of a football, and a curved table similar to a ping pong table, challenging players to put their football skills to work. The idea is to volley the ball back and forth using only the parts of the body allowed in football, and besides being a fun, challenging game, it also works as a training tool, enhancing your skills and air-to-air ball handling. wa...
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CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS

Olson Kunding Architects are the minds behind the idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Using a beautifully designed system of pulleys, the massive window can be easily operated by a small child....
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