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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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THE SHACK WEEKEND RETREAT | Image

THE SHACK WEEKEND RETREAT

If you live in a hectic city, at weekends you might feel like escaping to a place completely disconnected from technology, this might inspire you. The Shack is a weekend retreat designed by Broadhurst Architects for a family from the suburbs of Washington D.C., it is located on the southern slope of South Fork Mountain, near Upper Tract, West Virginia. The little rural structure is a cross between tent camping, and weekend cottage, it has no electricity ...
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HEIMPLANET CAVE TENT | Image

HEIMPLANET CAVE TENT

Heimplanet have introduced a ubercool black camo version of their widely popular Cave Tent. Covered with a unique Cairo camouflage pattern to blend into its surroundings thoroughly, the inflatable tent can be set up within less than a minute. The stability is perfect through the structure of a diamond. The Cave offers outstanding durability, with a waterproof polyester outer surface and inner surface made of lightweight waterproof nylon, it has an anti...
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HEMEROSCOPIUM HOUSE | BY ENSAMBLE STUDIO | Image

HEMEROSCOPIUM HOUSE | BY ENSAMBLE STUDIO

Hemeroscopium is of Greek origin and means "place the sun sets", it refers to a place that exists in the imagination... but is still real... Located is Las Rozas, Madrid Spain, this impressive residence has 4,300 square ft, it was designed by Ensable Studio and took them a year to engineer but only a week to build, don´t belive us? check out the video on this post´s detail page. via homedsgn ...
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