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Urban Beehive | By Philips

Philips have created a stylish beehive that allows you to become a beekeeper inside your own house! The unconventional Urban Beehive consists of two parts, a tinted glass shell that houses the honeycomb frames and a flower pot with an entry passage to the glass vessel. You can then harvest the honey produced, simply pull on the smoke actuator chain to calm the bees before it is opened. Besides allowing us a glimpse into the fascinating world of these industrious creatures in action, the beautiful concept contributes to the preservation of the species and encourages the return of the urban bee. 



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POCKET SHOWER

We love compact stuff that can save us precious space, specially when out on the trail and backpacking. Packing light is essential and this Pocket Shower by Sea to Summit is a life savior solution for when you venture out into the wild. The nifty contraption allows you to take a 7 minute warm shower outdoors! simply fill the 10 Liter (2.6 gallon) insulative pouch with water and allow it to soak up the heat from the sun, then enjoy an open air shower before hitting t...
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NOMAD COLLAPSIBLE HOT TUB

Ever felt like taking a hot bath out in the wild after a long day hiking? Well now you can thanks to the awesome Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub. The portable tub packs into a dry duffle bag and allows for up to five people to soak in hot water. The tub should be set close to a water source so you can fill it with water, once the tub is full, you have the option of heating the water with the water heater coil(heated by propane, natural gas or firewood). Happy camping! via...
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WARDELL SAGAN APARTMENT

This original open-space living/work loft is the creation of two San Francisco art and travel addicts, Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan. They bought a 3,200 sq ft former Chinese laundry and restored it as a living space. They also wanted to include a home office and a guest bedroom without cluttering the space, so they came up with the idea of stacking two shipping containers on top of each other to create private space within the open-plan living area. source Like...
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