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Lifestraw | Emergency Water Filter

Lifestraw is an essential device for any hiker, camper, mountaineer or adventurer. The award-winning personal water filter enables users to drink water safely from contaminated water sources. So, if you´re lost in the woods or mountain an have no more water supply, Lifestraw provides you with safe, clean drinking water in any situation. Lifestraw doesn´t require batteries, filters up to 264 gallons, removes 99% of water bacteria and parasites and weighs only 2 ounces. Wow! source



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DOMINO LOFT

Domino Loft is a brilliant solution, a custom designed and pre-fabricated, multi-functional space, for a small condo in San Francisco, California. Designed by Peter Suen and Charles Irby, the multi-functional loft transforms a small condo into a dynamic space, it features details such as a dry-erase board wall, a small dining table that doubles as a desk, a hidden closet, and a fold out murphy bed. Access to the upper bed is via a ladder that also moves to provide a...
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JAG GRILL BBQ TABLE

How cool is this? The JAG Grill table features eight individual grilling surfaces allowing every guest to prepare their own meal, whilst eating together around the table and enjoying the crackling of the fire. This will definitely end the chef´s daunting task of getting everyone´s food right…via watch the video ...
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HOUSE G | AMAZING BARN MAKEOVER BY MAXWAN ARCHITECTS | Image

HOUSE G | AMAZING BARN MAKEOVER BY MAXWAN ARCHITECTS

This beautiful barn conversion by Maxwan Architects is located by the river Linge in Geldermalsen, the Netherlands. It´s main feature has to be the big open space kitchen/living room the owners can relax and entertain friends. The architests added big openings to the façades and a large slit was cut into the barn roof to bring in light....
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