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Tentsile Stingray Tent

The Tensile Stingray Tent is now available for purchase! We did a popular feature last year when this was still in concept stage. It is kind of a portable tree house, combining the comfort and versatility of a hammock with the comfort and security of a tent. The versatile Tensile provides comfortable accommodation in any environment, giving you more freedom and no restrictions on ground conditions. It also gives you a peace of mind separating you from insects, snakes and other predators. The tents include heavy duty webbing straps and a rope ladder.



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SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL | Image

SURFER HUT | PORTUGAL

It is hard to imagine a better environment to build a shelter connected with nature. On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. Designer and creator of recycled furniture Pequenina Rodrigues, fell in love with the natural beauty of the surroundings and without hesitation, designed this divine shelter. The structure of the house is divided into four traditional fishing huts. In the main hut lies the living room...
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KITCHEN SAFE

Lock your temptations away in the Kitchen Safe, a time locking container! The ingenious device helps save you from yourself and helps form good habits, by placing in the container your worst vices such as food, smartphones, video games, tv remotes, cigarettes, toys and other items you want, but shouldn´t have! Simply rotate the dial to set the time and press the button to activate the lock! the safe will remain locked until the timer reaches zero. No overrides!...
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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSEBOAT

Anchored in a small canal on Mission Creek in San Francisco, California, lays this beautiful modern contemporary floating home designed by Robert Nebolon Architects. Envisioned by a pair of adventurous first-time homeowners, the 2,100-square-foot floating house was built in a Sausalito boatyard, and then towed across the San Francisco Bay safely to its slip on San Francisco’s Mission Creek where it now proudly resides. Everything has a contemporary touch, starting w...
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