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Flapot

Winner of the RedDot design award, Flapot is a durable and foldable, stainless steel cooking pot developed for cooking on camping and trekking tours. The ultra slim, lightweight, portable Flapot is designed to be folded into a pot like folding a metal plate as origami. Made from 100% special stainless steel it can be easily put into a backpack improving the portability extremely. watch the video



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SUMMER RETREAT | BY AVANTO ARCHITECTS | Image

SUMMER RETREAT | BY AVANTO ARCHITECTS

Looking for a place to escape hectic city life and reconnect with nature? So was Finnish designer Linda Bergroth, so she commissioned Avanto Architects this magical getaway, a unique combination of garden shed and greenhouse, with lighting, wood floors and solar panels to create her own private retreat located on a remote island in eastern Finland. Automatic glass openers were installed to control the temperature inside, and salvaged bricks were used to create the s...
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BREW CAVE | WALK-IN BEER COOLER | Image

BREW CAVE | WALK-IN BEER COOLER

Is this not every manīs dream?? Brew Cave is a walk in cooler, it’s more like a piece of heaven(if heaven were climate controlled and located in your basement). This thing has all your essential needs, shelves for 30 cases of beer, four kegs and a built-in draft tap. All you need now is to get yourself an open space bachelor pad. source...
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SEASCAPE RETREAT

Designed by Patterson Associates Architects, the Seascape Retreat is a nomadīs dream come true. Located on a rock escarpment in a tiny boulder strewn in New Zealandīs South Pacific cove, the romantic beachside cottage was built using only locally sourced materials, and includes only a lobby, living/sleeping room, small kitchen and a bathroom, all with breathtaking views of the beautiful surroundings. Located in a remote landscape, the house is accessible only by far...
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