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Safari Tent | By Barebones

With 120 square feet of floor space, the Safari Tent by Barebones takes your base camp to an all new level. No more awkward squatting through your tiny tent in the middle of the night, this thing sleeps 8 comfortably thanks to its huge living space. The structure is made of heavy-duty aluminum and is covered with a weatherproof Cordura shell and floor, keeping out the wrath of Mother Nature during your luxurious camping trip. via

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TAPI | TAP SQUEEZE DRINK FOUNTAIN | Image

TAPI | TAP SQUEEZE DRINK FOUNTAIN

Tapi, manufactured by Australians Dreamfarm, transforms your ordinary tap water into a fun fountain without disturbing the normal flow of water! Simply press the base of the Tapi to cause water to rise. Those who have children should know how hard it is to make them brush their teeth without complaining. Perhaps this is the solution. Watch out for the waste of water!...
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CASA FOLHA | LEAF INSPIRED HOUSE BY MAREINES & PATALANO ARCHITECTS | Image

CASA FOLHA | LEAF INSPIRED HOUSE BY MAREINES & PATALANO ARCHITECTS

This stunning project sought inspiration in Brazilian indigenous architectures, the result of hot and humid climates such as the location of the house, Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro. Designed by Mareines & Patalano Architects, this beach home is covered by a giant leaf-shaped roof that protects every room in the house from the sun, as well as the spaces between them. These spaces represent the essence of the project, making it possible to interact closer with n...
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AMAZING CLIFF-TOP HOUSE | CHILE | Image

AMAZING CLIFF-TOP HOUSE | CHILE

A house doesn´t necesarily need to be opulent to be impressive, example of that is this mind-blowing little wooden house built high on a cliff off the south-central coast of Chile, specifically in Buchupureo. Designed by owners and architects Alvaro Ramirez and Clarisa Elton, the little cabin features a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a kitchen, living room and a terrace all looking at the breathtaking panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean. Needless to say no playing...
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