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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 that´s it. It´ll burn from 15 to 20 minutes, enough to light what you need. It´s time saving, has a success rate of 100%, it doesn´t make any mess and it´s a real alternative to kindling. watch the video



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ISLAND DEFENDER PRINTS

Island Defender is a popular Instagram page where designer Markus Hammarberg displays his love for the Land Rover and where he showcases is unique artwork. The Island Defender concept came from his ambition to visualize what his restoration projects would look like. He started by doing simple mock-ups, which quickly evolved into full-blown, ultra-detailed concept art, then in turn, he later shared these on social media where he got huge appraisal. He has now designe...
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THE MOUNTAIN REFUGE

Designed by the Italian architects Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi, The Mountain Refuge is a contemporary interpretation of old traditional mountain cabins. The prefabricated wood construction system allows for freedom of configuration and expansion, with each module working as an independent structure. The refuge looks towards energy self-sufficiency, which is why a photovoltaic systems with batteries and a rainwater collection system have been installed. The cabi...
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FUJIAN FLOATING HOUSE

A Chinese entrepreneur yearned for the loneliness of the sea so he built himself a floating home. With the help of a good friend (architect Dong Xinmeng) the entrepreneur turned his dream home into a stunning reality. Inspired by the floating rafts local fishermen use for extended stays on the water, the impressive home that floats in the middle of the ocean was built for a measly $61,000, and is situated off the coast of Dongshan Island, Fujian province, about 500 ...
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