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Shoal Floating Tent

The Shoal Tent is an inflatable floating raft that lets you literally camp out on the water! The floating home was conceived by SmithFly (a company known for making fly fishing gear and accessories), and helps dedicated fishermen stay on the river all day and night. The heavy duty, waterproof tent structure is totally inflatable (has no poles) and the high pressure floor doubles as your air mattress. The entire tent measures eight feet by eight feet, and has enough height to allow a 6´3” person to stand inside it comfortably. When not in use, the whole thing packs into a roll pack, and weighs in at 75 pounds. A patch kit and manual foot pump are also included.



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BIKE SHELF

This is a very smart creation. Designer Chris Brigham, after a spell doing graphic design created is own furniture line called Knife & Saw. After noticing there´s a void when it comes to elegant bike management solutions, he decided to do something to fix this problem. The shelf is made from solid walnut wood and suspended by a solid steel square mount. You can showcase your bike and utilize the shelf for books....
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CAR PARK HOUSE

The spectacular "Car Park House" is a private residence designed by Anonymous Architects, with impressive views of Los Angeles, California. The daring architecture concept was born from the crazy idea of literally driving your car on the roof of your house. The contemporary house sits on a very steep down-slope from the street, and is designed to float over the hillside. This reduces the amount of foundation required and also means that the only way to access the ho...
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WEEKEND CABIN | THE HEMLOFT

The Hemloft is a self-funded secret creation by Joel Allen, a Canadian software developer-turned-carpenter. The beautiful egg-shaped house is a tree-house retreat in Whistler, Canada. It hangs on a precipitous slope, in a towering stand of Hemlocks, about a five minute walk from the nearest road. Joe also created a website for "The Hemloft" you can read his interesting story, from becoming a carpenter, to finding the perfect spot and tree, and funding...
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